Color and beautify your hair in an eco-responsible way while enjoying a moment of well-being, this is what MARCAPAR 100% PLANT coloring offers (plants and water)!
Steps : from the plant bath to the result
Plant coloring is obtained by mixing crushed plants into a very fine powder with hot water or a decoction (water in which have boiled for 2 to 25 minutes thehard parts of plants, such as roots, wood, seeds or bark).
This mixture, called the plant bath, is applied to the hair, left on, shampoo, rinse and repeat according to the desired shade, and here is colored hair, reinforced and shiny!
The plants that are used are plants that have the particularity of giving color to hair. These plants are called "tinctorial plants". Indigo, rhubarb, beetroot,
hibiscus, black tea, chamomile, turmeric, rosemary… There are 22 tinctorial plants ground into one
very fine powder that make up the Marcapar plant colors!
Advantages and Benefits
Ideal for people allergic to chemical coloring
Cover white hair
Ideal for sensitive scalp
Lasts as long as chemical coloring
Do not damage the hair
Strengthens the hair fiber
Promotes hair shine
The color chart in plant coloring
The 100% plant coloring can give highlights to the hair or darken it. If we want to fade hair or get bright and artificial shades like pink, blue, green, it takes use hair color that contains chemicals. White hair can be 100% covered or be used for sweeping effect, illuminating highlights and create shades.
Can we switch from chemical coloring to plant coloring and vice versa?
Yes, very often. However, some plants do not allow this. A consultation with a
plant colorist hairdresser will allow you to make an informed decision adapted to
the history of your hair and your desires.
Make an appointment for a free consultation
By choosing plant coloring, you are opting for your health, your hairdresser's and our planet!
Make an appointment for a free consultation prior to the first appointment with Ariane, hairdresser and plant colorist, from Thursday to Saturday.