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Natural Jet Black Hair and Beard Dye

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$25.96 $23.98

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Description

EarthDye is the exact same as Harvest Moon, made by the same people, the only thing that has changed is the brand name.

EarthDye® black beard dye – 2 step process, the only 2 step process hair color sold by EarthDye. Two packs, one red and one indigo. Apply red to white hair and rinse, then apply indigo to hair and rinse. Shampoo no later than 24 hours later.

EarthDye black hair and beard dye work on all hair types. All-natural plant product; No Chemicals, No PPD, No Ammonia, No metallic salts. 100% Chemical free!

It comes with directions showing how to get black in 3 different ways.

EarthDye Black Beard Dye

(100 grams Pure Henna & 100 grams Indigo (200 grams total))

No chemicals mean this color will not lighten your current hair color. This color will turn gray/white/silver/blonde/brown/red hair to a sparkling black shade. Any darker strands of hair will darken up to a very nice jet black.

100 grams powder is enough to do facial hair up to 15 times, depending on the length and thickness of the hair. If you trim your facial hair weekly, then you will have to reapply once the dyed hair is trimmed. If you keep the hair long your will only need to do root touch-ups as the new hair growth becomes noticeable.

Ingredients:

1 pack 100% pure natural  henna red

1 pack pure indigo

 

*** Another way to get black is by mixing dark brown hair dye with pure indigo 50/50. This is an easy way to do a one-step henna hair dye application. 

Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

1 review for Natural Jet Black Hair and Beard Dye

  1. Renny (verified owner)

    I’ve been using harvest moon for over eight years. I tried other brands throughout the years but I never got the same results. I mainly use harvest moon as a beard dye what I love about this product it’s consistency. What I’ve learned over the years is you need to know how to properly mix and apply. Each application usually lasts longer than chemical dye and add a small amount of jojoba oil a day or so after it completely dries for texture. If you’re allergic to chemical dyes or just prefer natural I would definitely recommend…five stars

    • harvestmoon

      Thank you, Renny!

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