Saturday, May 28

Blackest Black

So...I purchased an ION Blackest black semi permanent hair color a while back and because I will now only do Henna and Indigo treatments, I decided to use it on Thursday night. Rinses usually wash out quick which is why I will use Henna and Indigo in the future, but just because I had it, I decided to use it.
Because these have no chemicals in them, I think they are the best option for getting black hair.

How I did it:

Shampooed hair
Conditioned
then applied the rinse in sections completely saturating my hair
Covered with Plastic Cap
Let sit for 2 hours (only needs to be left on for 20 minutes max, but I was doing a lot around the house and didn't have time to wash out)
Rinsed out for like 10-15 minutes with Cool water
Applied conditioner and let sit for 3 minutes
rinsed out


6 comments:

  1. Nice. I don't know why but black hair always looks so much healthier, I use a jet black rinse by Via Naturals it onlys takes about 15mins and its lasts about 6 or 7 weeks.

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  2. Thanks. Yes...I agree!

    Yeah, 15 minutes is all that's really needed..I was just on the phone....cooking and cleaning so had no time.

    My sisters rinses lasts about that long too..for me..I think all my co-washes and so-forth make them last a shorter period of time.

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  3. love it...pretty....
    I need to rinse butr all my shedding has me scared.....lol

    dee in san diego

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  4. @ Dee- Thanks!

    Your hair is still shedding a lot? I'm assuming it could be seasonal. Hopefully nothing too serious. Maybe try Garlic Supplements to help with that issue?

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  5. Girl your hair is so pretty. I've been thinking about putting some color in my hair but I have no idea what color I want right now. Any who, I love that style on you and the color looks great as well.

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  6. @ Judy- Thank you!!!
    I think a burgundy/red color would look nice on you(I only suggest that because besides black that is like the only color that shows from a rinse and permanent dyes can cause damage).

    Thanks again :-)

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