naturcolor? anyone use it?

my new stylist really likes this naturcolor
http://www.naturcolor.com/naturcolor/ have any of you used this or know anything about it??
Susan suburban NY
3b going gray, not thick, waist length when wet, a bit below shoulders when dry
CG since 11/11/04
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PW: banjo
HG: suave and honey for co-wash, deva, i use garnier fructis regular CO's or boots pink or white as leave ins and LA looks sport gel. plop w microfiber turban, then curl towel scrunch, then another turban.i sleep with the turban on. little one minute hair styling videos http://www.youtube.com/user/lazycurls
Are you thinking of switching? Traitor!

Seriously, I wonder what the ingredients are?

SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring"
3b/c/a mix. medium texture, low porosity
* pw: just4curlies
* My Motto: Strand Test!
some hair pics
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i don't know, the website has very little info--
Susan suburban NY
3b going gray, not thick, waist length when wet, a bit below shoulders when dry
CG since 11/11/04
http://public.fotki.com/banjolady/
PW: banjo
HG: suave and honey for co-wash, deva, i use garnier fructis regular CO's or boots pink or white as leave ins and LA looks sport gel. plop w microfiber turban, then curl towel scrunch, then another turban.i sleep with the turban on. little one minute hair styling videos http://www.youtube.com/user/lazycurls
tried to find ingredients but could not. i did find some glowing reviews on makeup alley.
http://www.makeupalley.com/product/s...and/Hair_Color

might check it out-- could it be better than RC???
Susan suburban NY
3b going gray, not thick, waist length when wet, a bit below shoulders when dry
CG since 11/11/04
http://public.fotki.com/banjolady/
PW: banjo
HG: suave and honey for co-wash, deva, i use garnier fructis regular CO's or boots pink or white as leave ins and LA looks sport gel. plop w microfiber turban, then curl towel scrunch, then another turban.i sleep with the turban on. little one minute hair styling videos http://www.youtube.com/user/lazycurls
Naturcolor is one of the dyes I looked into. In the end, I found out it has PPD which means I couldn't use it (allergy reasons) so can't comment on that aspect. But I did get hold of a list of ingredients. The colour contains these: Spagyric Herbal Infusion, Burdock, Centella Asiatica, Nettle, Sage, Hops, Lavender, Rosemary, Lecithin, Lavender Oil, Coconut Oil, Soy, Oleic Acid, Ethanolamine, Shea Butter, Mango Glycerides, Camomile Extract, Vegetable Resin Extract, Bilberry Extract, Red Sorrel Extract, Walnut Extract, Sodium Metabisulfite, Jasmine Absolute Acorbic Acid, Hydrolized Wheat Protein, P-Phenylenediamine, P Aminophenol and M-Aminophenol. There's a separate bottle of gel developer with something like 3% peroxide (no ammonia). It sounds a bit like Naturtint, which I used to use (and really liked). That covered my grey (left it a bit lighter than the rest of my hair), and lifted my colour a few shades with repeated use.

I'd guess each colour has a different formulation, and I don't know which colour the above list refers to. Seems hard to get hold of a lot of detail for it!
.... There's a separate bottle of gel developer with something like 3% peroxide (no ammonia). It sounds a bit like Naturtint, which I used to use (and really liked). That covered my grey (left it a bit lighter than the rest of my hair), and lifted my colour a few shades with repeated use.
Originally Posted by Chrysovyi
That scares me. If it lifts the color, then it could get brassy on me. Too much peroxide for me.

SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring"
3b/c/a mix. medium texture, low porosity
* pw: just4curlies
* My Motto: Strand Test!
some hair pics
-- gone, but never forgotten.
That scares me. If it lifts the color, then it could get brassy on me. Too much peroxide for me.
Originally Posted by CurliLocks
I remember reading something in the Naturtint FAQ recommending choosing only shades similar to natural hair colour because attempting to use a low-peroxide dye to lighten more would probably lead to brassiness. I ignored that in the beginning and used a colour a few shades lighter because I was trying to lift it. I think if I'd continued to use it, my hair would have turned brassy. I guess there must be more peroxide in the lighter shades, so more damaging in the long run too. I'm not sure whether the colour would lift much using something very close to natural colour, but it's still got that peroxide developer...

Sorry to go off-topic here, but I wish there was a permanent hair colour without ammonia, peroxide and PPD. I've tried numerous semi-permanents, and none of them cover the grey for more than a couple of washes. I'm counting on henna and indigo now but I'm nervous of taking the plunge. But I'm not ready to go grey yet either!
Hmm is that all the colors they have?
2A/2B, fine, normal porosity

Growing out a pixie as of November 2013

Shampoo: Elucence MBS & Renpure Originals Argan Oil
Conditioner: Elucence MBC & Renpure Originals Argan Oil
Leave-in: CJ BeautiCurls
Stylers: BA gel & AG Re:coil

Product Junkie that keeps falling off the wagon!
Here's a link to a recent thread about the color getting brassy:
naturcolor made me brassy!

So, be careful!

SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring"
3b/c/a mix. medium texture, low porosity
* pw: just4curlies
* My Motto: Strand Test!
some hair pics
-- gone, but never forgotten.
I just used Naturcolor to cover my grey for the first time. So far I really think it did a nice job and it did cover the grey in a lighter shade, but the other colors I have bought at the store also do that. The only time this hasn't been the case is in the salon. The color had NO odor and was easy enough to use. I don't comb or brush my hair so applying hair color can be tricky, but the grey is gone! I definitely recommend!

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