Sarenrae Blonde Herbal Hair Color for Natural Gray Coverage
One of my customers generously shared pictures of how she uses Sarenrae Blonde Herbal Hair Color for natural gray coverage. Her hair is so lovely and healthy, and Sarenrae gives her a lovely sun-kissed color without bleaching, chemicals, or damage.
In these pictures you can see her white and gray roots that still need Sarenrae (bottom) and how she’s applied Sarenrae to just the roots (top). Doing just the roots not only lets her save on product, it also makes it much easier to rinse out than a full-head application each time.
My customer shared how often she uses Sarenrae:
The grey I sent you is 2 weeks of growth. There may be a little fade but my hair grows really fast (1 inch a month), which is why I do it every 2 weeks. I don’t notice fade from my ears down so it’s probably just my growth.
And her method of mixing:
I use filtered water, boil it and let it sit on my warm stove for 2 -3 hours. Then I put it roots only for 2.5-3 hours. That’s all!
She gets such a lovely, natural blonde with no hints of her whites or grays.
In closing she also said the sweetest thing that utterly made my day 🙂
Your book and products have saved my hair 😘
What is Sarenrae Blonde Herbal Hair Color?
Sarenrae Blond Herbal Hair Color imparts warm golden tones to lighter colored hair, and giving amazing natural conditioning properties to darker colored hair (it cannot lighten hair). Sarenrae Blonde Herbal Hair Color and Conditioner is made entirely from powdered herbs.
The golden color comes from the Chrysophanic acid found in Senna italica and Senna alexandrea. The tannins and chrysophanic acid in senna tighten the cuticle, making smoother and shiny. It also has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties which are used topically to treat eczema and psoriasis, making it beneficial to the scalp, too.
Why Sarenrae Blode Herbal Hair Color is better than Cassia Obovata alone
Sarenrae is much brighter gold and the color lasts longer than just Senna italica (cassia obovata) because it also uses Senna alexandrea, which has much higher levels of chrysophanic acid.
|That’s Senna italica (commonly called cassia obovata) on the left and Senna alexandrea on the right, mixed with warm distilled water and applied to white mohair for 2 hours.|
Cassia (Senna italica), Senna (Senna alexandrea), Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita), Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale), Horsetail (Shavegrass, Equisetum arvense), Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus), Burdock Root (Arctium lappa), Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis), Aloe Leaf (Aloe Vera), Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis), and Stinging Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica)
Pure Plants, no Chemicals
All of my herbal hair colors are made from pure plant matter. These organic hair dyes are hand-blended in small batches and contain no chemicals, metallic salts, or deceptive henna compound components. They are cruelty-free, tested only one animal: me. 🙂 You can read more about how to spot contaminated henna and herbal hair dyes here.
Want to try Sarenrae?
A great way to give Sarenrae a whirl is to test some shed hair from your brush or a small lock of hair still attached to your head. The 10g sample size is perfect for this.
Have pictures to share?
I love seeing how NightBlooming herbal hair colors look on my customers! You can either send them to me directly, or tag me on Instagram. If I use your products in a post (I’d of course ask permission first), I’d be happy to send you some of your favorite NightBlooming herbal hair color for free!