AccueilFAQRechercherS'enregistrerMembresGroupesConnexion

Partagez | 
 

 Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux

Voir le sujet précédent Voir le sujet suivant Aller en bas 
AuteurMessage
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Jeu 30 Déc - 12:39

January 10, 2011

Tints of Nature : vegan and organic

Naturtint :

http://www.herbsgardenshealth.com/naturtint_hair_colours.htm

http://www.notes-de-provence.com/beauty.html?manufacturers_id=99

http://www.naturesdream.co.uk/naturtint/

Herbatint :

Les Trois Chênes :

http://www.3chenes.fr/FR/front/noscript_index.php?subnavid=8&prdid=124


Dernière édition par végétalienne-13 le Mar 12 Avr - 11:43, édité 3 fois
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Sam 1 Jan - 16:43

22 de marzo de 2009

Deliplus

Erbe

Manic Panic

Tintes de pelo veganos que se encuentran en España :

Kolestin de Wella

Radhe Shyam : http://www.alliumherbal.biz/epages/6.../8423645310501

la henna de Lush

Logona

Santé

http://www.logona.com/Diverse/Div_ES/animaltesting.html)

http://foros.vogue.es/viewtopic.php?...na+tinte+henna


Dernière édition par végétalienne-13 le Jeu 3 Fév - 13:09, édité 1 fois
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Sam 1 Jan - 17:02

10 de agosto de 2010

Tintes Manic Panic: probados en famosos, no en animales!

“Tested on celebrities, not animals“. Así reza la tapa de los envases de tinte para el pelo de Manic Panic. Y es que los productos de Manic Panic son completamente veganos: no contienen productos de origen animal y no están probados en animales.

Tienen una gran variedad de colores semipermanentes, rojos, verdes, azules, amarillos… y algunos brillan bajo luz negra. Para mejores resultados es mejor decolorar antes el pelo (también venden kits de decoloración).

Además de tintes tienen otros productos cosméticos, y siempre todos ellos de colores y brillos que no encontrarás en ninguna otra marca.

En España se pueden comprar en bastantes sitios. Uno de sus vendedores es Rara Avis (Madrid), donde puedes pedir cualquier producto del catálogo.

Web: Manic Panic

http://www.manicpanic.com/
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Mar 4 Jan - 6:31

September 3, 2010

TEINTURES 0 CHEVEUX VEGANS :

http://www.notes-de-provence.com/beauty.html?manufacturers_id=99
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Jeu 3 Fév - 13:09

Fabruary 03, 2010

Tints Of Nature Conditioning Permanent Hair Colour

Tints of Nature is a new and highly effective range of 24 conditioning permanent hair colours. It employs an advanced formula to produce outstanding results whilst protecting and caring for your hair and scalp as naturally and gently as possible. Tints of Nature is the only range of hair colours to use high quality, certified organic ingredients. It contains no harsh chemicals, such as resorcinol or nonoxynol, thus guaranteeing damage free results without compromise.

Why Tints of Nature?

Contains no Ammonia or Ammonia Substitutes:

Allows damage free results (ammonia swells the hair shaft and lifts the cuticle)
Maintains the hair's natural moisture and protein balance;
Leaves no staining on the skin;
Smells pleasant to use with no ammonia gas to be inhaled.
Contains No Parabens
Contains Certified Organic Ingredients, resulting in a purer overall product:
Certified Organic Aloe Vera;
Certified Organic Comfrey Extract;
Certified Organic Orange and Grapefruit Extract;
Certified Organic Chamomile;
Contains no animal ingredients and product is not tested on animals.
Does not take the hair as far from its isometric point as other leading colours:

Makes it possible, by use of the supplied shampoo and conditioner, to close down the cuticle and return the hair to its ideal pH level.
Uses extra mild Pharmaceutical Grade Peroxide:

Gives the hair a natural feel and shine;
Minimizes the possibility of irritation to the skin.
Has the lowest possible percentage of PPD's (pigments):

Reduces the risk of allergic reaction and possible chemical build up whilst gently covering grey hair.
Uses a Naturally Derived Base:

Is a cleaner, less harmful alternative when compared to the more highly chemical bases used by many other hair colour products;
No animal testing;
No animal ingredients.
Click here for a PDF of "The Story of Hair", which explains the structure of hair, hair colour, how Tints of Nature colours your hair, an explanation of pH balance of hair and the Features of Benefits of Tints of Nature.



Demand for a cleaner, less toxic and totally non-harmful to the hair colouring product, is growing strongly. Look to Tints of Nature for:
Certified organic ingredients
Lowest possible levels of PPDs
No ammonia and resorcinol
No parabens
No damage to hair structure
24 glorious colours
Covers all grey hair - gently
Avoids toxic odours and itchy or burnt scalps
Added value includes twin sachets of shampoo and conditioner
Supported by a full range of care and repair products, incorporating sulfate free shampoo, conditioners, and scalp repair.

Contains Aloe Vera to moisturise
Contains Vitamin E and Comfrey to protect
Advanced, professionally tested formula for accurate results
Carton made from 100% recycled board.
See-through sleeve made from corn husks; contains no petrochemicals and decomposes within 60 days.
Sleeve displays colour example
Likely colour result indicator incorporated on sleeve.
Colour Selection and ICC

Because of the more natural method used by Tints of nature, the colour of the hair can only be lifted by one shade (meaning you can only lighten your hair by one level).

Each of our 24 permanent colours is described by a number followed by a letter. This is called an ICC number.
Ranging from 1 (darkest) to 10 (lightest), the number on the box signifies the depth of colour
First ascertain the natural base colour of your hair by comparing it with the colour on the shades ring (at health food stores and pharmacies stocking the product). Then go to the colour examples on the back of the box to see which shades are recommended.
Click here for a PDF for more information on Choosing Your Hair Colour

Click here for a PDF of our Colour Chart

Each ingredient is added for a reason, such as:

Certified organic Comfrey Extract - well known for its soothing and healing properties.
Certified organic Roman Chamomile Extract - the finest of all and rich in natural Azulin, renowned for its calming and healing properties.
Certified organic Aloe Vera - to moisturise and cool the scalp during the process.
All these materials are added in order to produce a product that will ensure the right results whilst protecting and caring for your hair and scalp as naturally as possible.

Directions for Use

Check that your pack contains all the items listed on the side of the box. Read the full instructions from inside the box. If you have any queries, please contact us on 1800 225500.

WARNING: This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation to certain individuals. It contains phenylene diamines. A preliminary test according to the accompanying directions should be made before use. This product must not be used for dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so may be injurious to the eye. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.



What a hair colour is and how they work:

Semi-Permanent Hair Colouring

A true semi-permanent colour only stains the hair cuticle with colour. It cannot penetrate inside the hair to physically change your hair colour permanently. Think of it in the same way as wrapping coloured cellophane around a light bulb; the light bulb itself doesn't change colour, it simply picks up the colour from the cellophane.

Permanent Hair Colouring

Alters the colour of your hair permanently and on the inside. For this to work we have to lift the cuticle and allow the permanent colour to work into the cortex of the hair. The only way to do this is to alter the pH of the hair, and this is why the type of colour used is very important.

There are two methods to open the cuticle

One is to suspend the hair in a substance with a very high pH such as volatile ammonia. This takes the hair well beyond its normal pH and causes it to swell considerably. This is effective to allow the hair colour to work but has numerous side-effect, including damage to the hair. Only ammonia or peroxide can open the cuticle of the hair to enable the pigment to change colour.

The other, and more natural method is to suspend the hair in a substance that is non volatile and acts as a moisturiser, yet allows the hair colour to work. This will soften and lift the cuticle slightly to allow the colour to penetrate inside the hair. This is how Tints of Nature works.

CLICK HERE FOR PDF OF TINTS OF NATURE BROCHURE INCLUDING COLOUR CHART
Please note that the hair colours can vary from computer monitor to monitor.

CLICK HERE FOR PDF OF FREQUENTLY ANSWERED QUESTIONS

BUY ONLINE

Disclaimer

People can be allergic to anything. We recommend that you carefully read the instructions included in the Tints of Nature and Changes boxes and carry out a patch test before using our products. If any adverse reaction occurs, discontinue use immediately.

http://www.tintsofnature.com.au/tints_of_nature.html
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Jeu 3 Fév - 13:15

July 15, 210

Tints of Nature

Q] Are Tints of Nature products suitable for vegans and vegetarians?
A] All the colours are suitable for use by vegans and vegetarians, along with Tints of Nature Shampoo, Conditioner and Seal & Shine. Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Scalp Treatment both contain a milk derivative, which may be something that vegans choose not to use.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:09

May 12, 2010


This website provides links to the basic information you will need to use Special Effects Hair Dyes. There are links to pages on bleaching hair, removing hair dye from skin, fading colour, instructions, manic panic hair dye ingredients, photos of dyes results and more.

Special Effects are Fully Vegan Friendly Hair Dyes



Many people were asking us for advice on how to remove dye from their hands to hints on prolonging their hair colour so we decided to create this website giving instructions, tips and hints for Special Effects Hair Dye. We have also included full ingredient list to confirm that these products are fully vegan friendly - none of these Special Effects Hair Dyes are tested on animals, nor do they contain any animal by-products. We are not the manufacturers of Special Effects Hair Dye and this website was created to give information on Special Effects Hair Dyes only. The information given on this site has been from our own personal use, our customers feedback and various websites and forums. What works for one person may not necessarily work for another and if you are in any doubt about a procedure it is recommend you contact a hairdresser or other trained professional first.

We are not trained hairdressers or professionals and as such we cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of all the information on this website



Special Effects (SFX) Colours are as follows:
Larger Images can be seen under SFX Colours
Items marked as UV Reactive will glow / react under uv or blacklight
Atomic Pink Hair Dye - UV Reactive Blood Red Hair Dye
Blue Haired Freak Hair Dye Blue Mayhem Hair Dye
Blue Velvet Hair Dye BAF Yellow Hair Dye - UV Reactive
Burgundy Wine Hair Dye Candy Apple Red Hair Dye
Cherry Bomb Hair Dye - UV Reactive Cupcake Pink Hair Dye - UV Reactive
Deep Purple Hair Dye Devilish Hair Dye
Electric Blue Hair Dye Fish Bowl Hair Dye
Hi-Octane Orange Hair Dye - UV Reactive Hot Lava Hair Dye
Iguana Green Hair Dye Joyride Hair Dye - UV REACTIVE
Limelight Hair Dye Napalm Orange Hair Dye - UV Reactive
Nuclear Red Hair Dye - UV Reactive Pimpin Purple Hair Dye
Purple Smoke Hair Dye Sonic Green Hair Dye
Virgin Rose Hair Dye Wild Flower Hair Dye
Toner / Mixer

http://www.specialeffectshairdye.co.uk/sfx-colours.html
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:14

May 4, 2010

Are Your Hair Dyes Vegan Friendly?

Special Effects and Manic Panic hair Dyes are fully vegan friendly with no animal testing or animal by-products used. LaRiche say that Directions Hair Dye is not tested on animals and to the best of their knowledge is vegan friendly and contains no animal by-products. Renbow say they have never tested their products on animals in terms of assessing their risk to humans. Manic Panic have confirmed their Flash Lightning Bleach Kits are fully vegan friendly. Due to a policy change Stargazer can no longer confirm any of their products are vegan friendly (updated Nov 2010)

http://www.beeunique.co.uk/faq-hairdye.html#section1

http://www.beeunique.co.uk/index.php?main_page=down_for_maintenance
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:15

February 10, 2010

Vegan Hair Color: What Are Your Options?

If you’ve made the commitment to an animal-free lifestyle, you may be wondering how to color your hair without compromising on your all-natural philosophy. There are many all natural hair dyes on the market, but only some can help you achieve a rich, glossy color that you would get in the standard hair salon. Vegan hair color products are designed to coat the hair with rich color, instead of stripping the cuticle in order to deposit the chemical-laden color. This means your hair will look and feel healthier, and you can achieve a shiny, glossy look without causing damage to the hair and scalp.

Here’s a close look at how vegan hair color products work, and why it might be time for you to make the switch to vegan hair dye:

Chemical Coloring vs. Vegan Hair Color

During the standard hair coloring process using hair dye made with paraphenylene-diamine (PPD), the hair must be treated with ammonia, ammonia salts, peroxides or amines to raise the pH above 8. This process opens up the hair cuticle so that the artificial color can be deposited right into the hair shaft. While this can produce an attractive glossy finish, it also damages the hair. Another drawback of this process is that PPD can cause allergies in some people. PPD is a carcinogen, which is why doctors encourage women not to dye their hair while they are pregnant.

With vegan hair color products, you are able to color your hair without breaking it down before it absorbs the color. Vegan hair color products color over the hair easily without lifting or removing your natural hair color. These dyes also appear more natural, and can be a near-perfect match to your hair’s natural pigment. Since vegan hair color is typically made with botanicals and plant extracts, this type of hair color is also better for the environment.

Key Benefits of Vegan Hair Color

Many people choose vegan hair color because these products have not undergone any animal testing, and are free of any animal products. Vegan products are an ideal match for ‘green’ consumers because they are an Earth-friendly alternative to chemical-laden products.

Some of the key benefits of vegan hair color include:

· Suitable for people with PPD allergies

· Color can be more intense than chemical hair dyes

· Conditions hair while depositing color

· Color bonds to the hair shaft without damaging the cuticle

· No need for ammonia or peroxide

· Can highlight or deepen original color

· Produces natural-looking results

Reasons to Switch to Vegan Hair Dye

Vegan hair color products such as the Act Naturals hair color line offer a wide range of benefits for men and women of all ages.

Many people wonder if there is a link between pregnancy and hair dye, and recent research confirms that pregnant women should not color their hair with chemical products because the carcinogens and toxins can put the baby and mother at risk for health problems. Vegan hair color products such as the Act Naturals product line are made with a plant-based formula containing renewable, sustainable ingredients. This patented formula is free of PPD, ammonia and resorcinol, which means your hair and scalp will be nourished only with natural, earth-friendly ingredients.

If you want to achieve rich, beautiful color without damaging your hair – and also protect the environment – consider making the switch to a vegan hair dye such as Act Naturals.

Click here http://www.actnaturals.com/about-us.html to learn more about the Act Naturals philosophy on social responsibility and see our full line of natural hair coloring products.

http://www.actnaturals.com/articles/natural-articles/vegan.html
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:17

February 10, 2010

Act Naturals

Vegan

Plant Based

Cruetly - free

PPD- free

Green is good. We use all natural, renewable resources in our colorant
100% plant based dyes are gentle, naturally conditioning and give vibrant, rich color.
Our products are cruelty free with absolutely no animal testing
Our product is completely free of paraphenylene diamine (PPD) and other phenylene diamines, resorcinol and ammonia. We don't use any. None.

Our philosophy:
be good to yourself, be good to the planet


This is our guiding philosophy. Ours is the only PPD-free, 100% plant-based permanent hair color available. We use no PPD, ammonia or resorcinol. We use only healthful, natural and gentle ingredients in all our products.



Our plant-based dyes are all-natural, not synthetic like other hair color brands. Made from renewable and sustainable ingredients, they have an ultra-low environmental impact. We capture the vivid pigments naturally produced by plants and combine them with a patent-pending process using Renewable Botanical Enviro-Colors (RBE-Colors™) for rich, beautiful color.

So your hair can feel as good as your conscience.


Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:22

ACT NATURALS

January 02, 2010

Breakthrough in hair color!

Our permanent hair color products contain no bleach or peroxide so they don't 'lift' color – meaning you won't wind up a lighter shade than you already are. They are formulated with super-pure, natural plant dyes that gently deposit lush color to enhance your existing shade, cover grey, add highlights or deepen your color, depending on what your original color is and which hair color you use. See our color reference chart to help choose the right shade for you.
Our products combine 100% plant-based dyes with
RBE-Colors™, (Renewable Botanical Enviro-Colors) our patented technology that allows the color to bond with the hair shaft without using harmful, synthetic chemicals commonly found in other hair colors.

Instructional salon video : http://www.actnaturals.com/permanent-hair-color-kit.html

Buy here : http://www.actnaturals.com/index.php/virtuemart-template.html?page=shop.browse&category_id=1
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:29

January 20, 2010

Act Naturals

True Vegan Hair Color

Vegan hair color is so much more than you might imagine. Before you just ignore the benefits, you can receive by using vegan hair color you must first understand the true meaning of vegan.

Veganism is not just a diet that excludes the use of animals for mealtime; it is a way of life. Individuals that have chosen to live life as a vegan has chosen to not only exclude animals from their meals, but also from clothing, and other purposes. True vegans will not drink milk, eat cheese, wear leather, or even use products that were tested on animals. This is where their life can be very difficult. Yes, they can find all kinds of foods to replace the nutrients they would receive from animals and they can shy away from wool and leather, but it may be difficult to find all the products we use every day without them being tested on animals. You may not believe this but even cosmetic products such as mascara, shampoo, and perfumes are often tested on animals before putting them on the shelf for humans to purchase.

Now, that you understand what vegan is, you will realize that vegan hair color is hair coloring that does not use animals in any aspect of the hair coloring creation. Vegans desire animal free products in all that they use very day. The good news is that you can true vegan hair color.


Advanced Cosmetic Technologies offers a plant-based permanent hair color that is created with 100% plant based ingredients without any synthetic chemicals, peroxide, or other harmful ingredients. The products offered by Advanced Cosmetic Technologies are one hundred plant-based dyes that are gentle, and condition the hair naturally while providing vibrant rich color. None of their products contains paraphenylene, diamine, resorcinol, or ammonia. The products are cruelty free as well and are never tested on animals. This company goes the mile proving their products are green as even the packaging and other materials are created from Forest Stewardship Council certified paper with 80% being post consumer water. All packaging is printed with soy-based inks while using wind-generated energy.


If you are Vegan or you just want the benefits offered by a company creating all natural hair coloring as well as earth friendly packaging and does not test on animals, then you need to check out the hair coloring products by Advanced Cosmetic Technologies, as Vegan as you can get.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:30

May 10, 2010

Act Naturals

How to Pick the Perfect Dye for Hair Color

Choosing the right dye for your hair color involves more than just selecting the right shade. Hair color can be made with a variety of organic ingredients that help to strengthen and nourish the hair while depositing color, but many hair dyes you find at the drugstore or hair salon are made with chemicals that can damage your hair extensively. When you want to dye your hair permanently or temporarily, here’s how to make the most informed decision for selecting hair color:

1. Learn about dangerous ingredients. According to the Skin Deep database of the Environmental Working Group, hundreds of hair dyes have ingredients that are linked to disease and may trigger allergies or cause cancer. Some of the most common harmful ingredients in salon and drugstore hair dyes include: DMDM Hydantoin, a preservative; formaldehyde; coal tar; phenyl methyl pyrazolone, an oxidizing agent; parabens; and paraphenylenediamine (PPD).

2. Consider all-natural hair dyes. Natural hair color such as the line of hair color products from Advanced Cosmetic Technologies http://www.actnaturals.com/permanent-hair-color-kit.html are free of bleach and peroxide because there is no need to ‘lift’ the color from your hair. These natural hair dyes work instead by depositing rich, plant dye-based extracts and color into your hair follicle, deepening your existing color. This protects the hair shaft and keeps your hair looking lustrous and shiny.

3. Choose a shade that suits your skin color. If you have a light complexion, avoid going too dark with your hair color selection or it will draw out the color from your skin. If you have a darker complexion, stick with warmer hues and tones that will bring out your natural glow.

4. Consider a shampoo tint. If you aren’t comfortable with a permanent hair color change, consider trying a semi-permanent tinting process instead. These shampoos and conditioners http://www.actnaturals.com/shampoo-tinting-kit.html are designed to give your existing color a boost and leave your hair super soft and shiny. The shampoo tinting kits by Advanced Cosmetic Technologies are free of harmful ingredients such as sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, parabens and phthalates, so you will always be protecting your hair during the coloring process.

5. Take a close look at the application process. Many hair salons use elaborate hair processing systems that end up damaging your hair significantly after each color. Find out what the application process is, and what types of chemicals your hair will be exposed to. Salons that use all-natural or vegan hair dyes are more likely to offer a gentle, chemical-free color process that will protect your hair for the long-term.

If you want your hair to retain a beautiful, lustrous sheen and avoid damaging your hair, consider making the switch to an all natural hair dye. All natural hair color lines such as the Act Naturals brand offer a wide range of benefits for men, women and children, and can help to strengthen your hair while highlighting or depending your color. Click here http://www.actnaturals.com/product-info.html to learn more about the Advanced Cosmetic Technologies plant-based dyes that can deliver exceptional results without damaging your hair.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:32

March 20, 2010

Act Naturals

How Do I Choose the Right Natural Hair Color?

Natural hair coloring products include vegan hair color, henna and hair dye made with botanical ingredients and extracts. What all of these products provide is a chemical-free coloring process, giving you the chance to enjoy the benefits of a new shade without damaging the hair shaft. But how do you choose the right type of natural hair coloring product for your hair type and skin tone? Here’s a basic guide to choosing the right type of natural hair color:

1. Consider your skin tone. Natural hair coloring products such as henna may not necessarily be a good match for your skin color. The deep red tones of henna create different looks for blonde to darker hair, and you may need to experiment with it before dying your hair using only henna. Natural hair dyes made with botanical ingredients and plant-based dyes may be a better fit for you, especially if you have lighter hair. Advanced Cosmetic Technologies produces over a dozen beautiful shades http://www.actnaturals.com/component/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,34/page,shop.browse/category_id,1/vmcchk,1/ from intense copper blonde to medium brown, giving you a chance to find the perfect match for your skin tone.

2. Review the key ingredients. Hair coloring products that are marketed as ‘all natural’ or ‘organic’ may still contain harmful compounds and ingredients, and many professional salons that promote natural hair color products still use a very damaging color lifting process to get the results you want. If the hair coloring process involves using hydrogen peroxide or ammonia to lift your natural hair color before depositing new color, you could be putting your health at risk. However, natural hair coloring products that use plant-based dyes do not require the use of these ingredients, so you will be doing your hair –and your health – a favor by making the switch.

3. Perform a strand test. If you are not sure what to expect from a natural hair coloring product, consider doing a strand test. A strand test will give you a chance to look at a sample of your hair in different types of light to see if you like it. All natural hair coloring products only take about 30 minutes to work, so you can experiment with different shades until you find the right match.

4. Learn about the effects of common hair coloring ingredients. Almost all hair coloring products on the market today are laden with chemicals and carcinogenic ingredients that not only break down your hair, but may also cause allergies or other health problems. Compounds such as resorcinol and PPD are among the most harmful to your health, which is why natural hair color formulated with a pure, plant dye that deposits color – not lifts the color – from your hair may be the safest and most effective solution for you. Advanced Cosmetic Technologies combines 100% plant-based dyes with Renewable Botanical Enviro-Colors so that the color bonds to the hair shaft without requiring the use of synthetic chemicals.

5. Consider semi-permanent tinting. Semi-permanent tinting shampoos and conditioners http://www.actnaturals.com/shampoo-tinting-kit.html may be a better option for you if you don’t want to jump into coloring your hair permanently just yet. These coloring kits are free of harmful chemicals and will leave your hair looking shiny and vibrant for several weeks.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:33

March 12, 2010

Act Naturals

Health Risks Linked to Coloring Your Hair

Whether you’re coloring your hair at home or going to a professional hair salon, it’s important to know that there are several health risks involved with the hair coloring process. Organizations including the National Cancer Institute, the Harvard School of Public Health and studies published in the American Journal of Epidemiology point to several toxicology issues related to certain types of hair dyes, and there is growing controversy on whether hair coloring processes that use ammonia and hydrogen peroxide can be harmful to your health.

Here’s a close look at some of the toxic effects of coloring your hair, and the best ways to avoid them:

Proven Health Risks Associated with Hair Dyes

Some of the most recently proven health risks associated with commonly used hair dyes include:

· Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: The National Cancer Institute reports that 20 percent of all cases of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in women are the result of using permanent, chemical-laden hair coloring products on a regular basis

· Ovarian Cancer: The Harvard School of Public Health’s epidemiology department has found that women who undergo chemical hair processing more than five times per year are twice as likely to develop ovarian cancer as women who never use hair dye.

· Cancer of the Immune System: The American Cancer Society reports that people who use hair dye for two decades or more were at an increased risk of dying from cancers of the immune system, as well as multiple myeloma.

· Bladder Cancer: A study published in the International Cancer Journal found that women who use permanent hair color may be more likely to develop bladder cancer than those that do not. COLIPHA, a European cosmetic regulatory body, has also confirmed that PPD found in hair dyes causes bladder cancer.

· Skin Allergies: Healthline indicates that parabens such as propyl, methyl, butyl and ethyl – preservatives that are commonly used in hair color – are toxic and can cause an allergic reaction or other skin conditions.

· Swollen Eyelids or Rashes: Kathleen Davis, an integrative dermatologist in New York City reported to NatMedTalk.com that PPD is a known allergen that can cause temporary swelling of the eyelids and rashes.

Healthier Options for Coloring Your Hair

If you want to change the color of your hair or enhance your existing hair color, there are alternatives available. All natural, vegan hair dyes such as the line of color from Advanced Cosmetic Technologies are free of parabens, PPD, resorcinol and other toxic ingredients that can damage your hair and compromise your health. These plant-based dyes are designed with Renewable Botanical Enviro-Colors (RBE Colors™), that allow the color to bond to the hair shaft without requiring any synthetic chemicals that are commonly used in hair dyes.

Advanced Cosmetic Technologies hair dyes are also healthier for the environment and are a vegan hair color product because they are not tested on animals, nor do they contain any animal products or byproducts. You will be adding only all-natural pigment to your hair, and allowing your hair to become stronger and more resilient.

Click here http://www.actnaturals.com/product-info.html to learn more about Advanced Cosmetic Technolgies permanent hair color, shampoo tinting kits and color fixative kits.
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:43

May 10, 2010

All I can say is that I am IN LOVE!! I stumbled upon ACT Naturals, who makes PERMANENT, plant-based hair dye. Could I BE more excited?! The last time I went to the hairdresser…well…let’s just say my hair is NOT cute, and hasn’t been since I’ve been preggo! BUT, there are no harsh chemicals or additives in this dye (consequently it won’t strip out other color, so be careful), and I am SOOOO tempted to try it! The only problem is that it can only be purchased online…which in my experience is either really good, or really bad (depending upon if you choose a good color….). So, the question is…do I dare? I love the idea of being able to even out my color, but I am apprehensive to make a “permanent” choice without seeing the actual color in person. I suppose it helps that my household is putting a spending freeze into effect on May 1st. ONLY gas and groceries. FUN! LOL I have plenty of fabric, and lots of projects, so I should be able to last the month (crossing my fingers, anyway!!). I think I’ll wait until the baby’s born…I would love to hear from anyone who has used ACT, though!
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 9:50

May 25, 2009

Crave: ACT Permanent Vegan Hair Color

Advanced Cosmetic Technologies
Vegans want to look good, but the beauty industry has a habit of ignoring their desire for completely animal-free products. At least until now. Advanced Cosmetic Technologies (ACT) has developed the beauty industry’s first entirely plant-based permanent hair color. The hair color is formulated with very pure, natural plant dyes that enhances existing color, covers gray, and adds highlights without any harmful, synthetic chemicals or peroxide. And, you won’t feel the least bit guilty for using this product because the packaging and insert materials are made from Forest Stewardship Council certified paper and 80 percent post-consumer waste and the packages are printed with soy-based inks using wind-generated energy. If only beauty was always this natural. [$29.99, Advanced Cosmetic Technologies]
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 12:59

December 15, 2010

Cruelty-Free Hair Dye
Let’s talk hair color! Whether you’re looking to cover up some grays or funk it up a bit, cruelty-free hair dyes are definitely on the market. Although I wish this list were longer, I’m grateful that we at least have a handful of options (if you can think of more, please share in the comments).



Herbatint (~$14): If you’re interested in switching to a hair color that’s less harsh (fewer chemicals, no ammonia, paraben-free), balanced with plant extracts and herbs, you should give Herbatint a whirl. They have all the basic shades in permanent and semi and a couple earthy, edgier shades too. I’ve been ogling this particular one… so pretty!
Manic Panic ($12): Whether you’re looking to explore your funky wild side with some hot pink luscious locks (I so rocked this in high school and college) or looking for a simpler (and more conventional) brown or black, Manic Panic’s got you covered. Their line of semi-permanent hair color doesn’t contain ammonia or peroxide, and it actually leaves your hair feeling healthier.
Special Effects Hair Dyes ($14.65): I ♥ Special Effects hair dye! This stuff has wicked staying power, and they carry all the same types of cray-cray colors that Manic Panic does. One day, hopefully sooner than later, I plan on Cupcake Pink-ing it up—it’s deliciously gorge!
LUSH ($22.95): Looking for totally natural, plant-based henna color? LUSH carries henna bars in red, brown, and black tones.
Revlon ($3-Cool: If you’re in an absolute pinch and need a super quick, cheap drugstore brand that’s not tested on animals, there’s Revlon. Not my first pick, but it is a cruelty-free option.
If you prefer going to a salon, try these:

Paul Mitchell
Aveda
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Ven 4 Fév - 13:12

Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=624639

Useful Resources: Fake Tan Methods, Guide to Hair Straighteners, Fashion and Beauty AdviceAnnouncements

#1 10-07-2008: 10th July 2008 23:46
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Register to remove banners from posts Today I happened to be browsing around in Wilkinson’s and I came across hair dyes, without even thinking I saw a colour I quite liked and wanted to test it out but I didn’t think about what brands test on animals. Its only a non-permanent one which washes out within 6-8 shampoos. The only problem is its by Nice ‘n Easy and I did some research and found that they test on animals and I’m totally against using products which have been tested on animals and don’t wish to support them. I just wondered whether anyone can suggest some hair dyes which are available in the United Kingdom which don’t test on animals? I found one range called Daniel Field and his products are Vegan but by the looks of it his products are only available online? Unless anyone knows shops which stock his products?
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#2 10-07-2008: 10th July 2008 23:51
superfruit
Junior Member Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: LDN

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
A shop called Lush don't test on animals..they have these hair dye bars which work really well but are a tad messy...but the other thing about this place is the shop looks good enough to eat
0 0

superfruit
View Public Profile
Find all posts by superfruit

#3 10-07-2008: 10th July 2008 23:56
Bubblebee
TSR Demigod Join Date: Jun 2006


Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by superfruit
A shop called Lush don't test on animals..they have these hair dye bars which work really well but are a tad messy...but the other thing about this place is the shop looks good enough to eat
And they are henna.

If you have bleached or dyed your hair any light shade then you must not use them. It will turn your hair green (speaking from experience). They can also irritate and are a gradual dye. They won't come out until your hair grows out.

I don't think Garnier test on animals.
0 0

Bubblebee
View Public Profile
Find all posts by Bubblebee

#4 10-07-2008: 10th July 2008 23:56
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by superfruit
A shop called Lush don't test on animals..they have these hair dye bars which work really well but are a tad messy...but the other thing about this place is the shop looks good enough to eat
I know of Lush, don't they use henna to dye hair?
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#5 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:03
superfruit
Junior Member Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: LDN

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by ElectricOceans
I know of Lush, don't they use henna to dye hair?
Aaah yeah they do...I'm dark haired so its gone down quite well. Plus my mum had a really bad allergic reaction to chemical dyes so we switched to natural. I know Garnier does test on animals cos its part of l'oreal..the only other one i can think of is body shop and i think maybe this brand called bumble and bumble, my friend uses it. What colour's your hair? And what colour dyu wanna dye it?
0 0

superfruit
View Public Profile
Find all posts by superfruit

#6 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:11
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by superfruit
Aaah yeah they do...I'm dark haired so its gone down quite well. Plus my mum had a really bad allergic reaction to chemical dyes so we switched to natural. I know Garnier does test on animals cos its part of l'oreal..the only other one i can think of is body shop and i think maybe this brand called bumble and bumble, my friend uses it. What colour's your hair? And what colour dyu wanna dye it?
At the moment my hairs a dark blonde and I’m wanting to dye my hair a light brown or medium brown shade. I'm a little unsure of using henna to dye my hair because I can be quite senstive to certain products so I don't want to risk having a reaction to it.
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#7 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:13
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by Bubblebee
And they are henna.

If you have bleached or dyed your hair any light shade then you must not use them. It will turn your hair green (speaking from experience). They can also irritate and are a gradual dye. They won't come out until your hair grows out.

I don't think Garnier test on animals.
My hair isn’t dyed or bleached its my natural colour but its quite a light shade. I wouldn’t want to use henna dye anyway because I think I might be sensitive to it.

I think Garnier does, I'll look it up.
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#8 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:16
superfruit
Junior Member Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: LDN

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by ElectricOceans
At the moment my hairs a dark blonde and I’m wanting to dye my hair a light brown or medium brown shade. I'm a little unsure of using henna to dye my hair because I can be quite senstive to certain products so I don't want to risk having a reaction to it.
Hmm well like what was just said you may not wanna risk it with blonde hair? But if your hair is quite dark blonde then maybe you could try? Do a patch test before putting it on your hair and see if it causes a reaction. My mum's face swelled up to like a balloon when she used the dye that Davina poses for!..but with Henna she's fine, just cold on your head when she puts it on..
0 0

superfruit
View Public Profile
Find all posts by superfruit

#9 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:21
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by superfruit
Hmm well like what was just said you may not wanna risk it with blonde hair? But if your hair is quite dark blonde then maybe you could try? Do a patch test before putting it on your hair and see if it causes a reaction. My mum's face swelled up to like a balloon when she used the dye that Davina poses for!..but with Henna she's fine, just cold on your head when she puts it on..
I may consider it but I'm already sure that I don't have reactions to home dyes so really I was looking for a product similar to nice n'easy but one that hasn't been tested on animals.
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#10 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:24
WarmSound
Benevolent Member Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Leicester
Posts: 892

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
I recommend Naturtint, and 'naturtint reflex' which is their non-permanant range. They definitely don't test on animals, it's vegan, is made for sensitive skin apparently, no peroxide or ammonia, blah blah. Here's a stockist from a random google search: http://www.naturesdream.co.uk/naturtint/index.php
0 0

WarmSound
View Public Profile
Find all posts by WarmSound

#11 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:43
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by WarmSound
I recommend Naturtint, and 'naturtint reflex' which is their non-permanant range. They definitely don't test on animals, it's vegan, is made for sensitive skin apparently, no peroxide or ammonia, blah blah. Here's a stockist from a random google search: http://www.naturesdream.co.uk/naturtint/index.php
They seem to be a good brand, I just had a look and they do some good shades but I can't really see a colour I want. Its either to dark or to light. Thanks for the link though.
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#12 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:47
love2learn
Vengeful, Imperial Overlord of The Student Room Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: United Kingdom
Posts: 3,618

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
If it helps, herbal essences doesn't, but it's part of Clairol which does. Peta have a list which could help you...

http://search.caringconsumer.com/sea...at_9&Dotest=-1

Permanent hair dye: http://search.caringconsumer.com/sea...b_61&Dotest=-1

That's all haircare companies which are 'cruelty free', some will be American companies and not available in the UK, but you should find a fair amount on there. The only problem is that by principle they will not put a company on the list if it is part of a larger company in which the parent company participates in animal testing. Also not sure what their line is on companies which used to.

As far as I know, most stores own brands are non animal testing, Boots do own brand hair dye
http://www.boots.com/shop/product_de...2816&slmRefer=

and from http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/CAMP...ments/ALL/303/

Boots

They state 'no animal testing of any kind is undertaken or commissioned by the Boots Company or its subsidiary businesses.' However, they do not have a FCOD, and are prepared to use ingredients that have been tested on animals by others.

Last edited by love2learn; 11-07-2008 at 00:57.
0 0

love2learn
View Public Profile
Find all posts by love2learn

#13 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 00:53
WarmSound
Benevolent Member Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Leicester
Posts: 892

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
The dye would only be too dark for a few washes, they always fade quite a bit. Or leave it on for a shorter time. But they definitely fade easily, especially if you use clarifying shampoo.
0 0

WarmSound
View Public Profile
Find all posts by WarmSound

#14 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 01:01
shinyhappy
Peer Of The TSR Realm Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Oxford/Isle of Wight

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
http://www.urbanitystore.com/fashion...and/directions

Directions seem good, I've never used it, but a vegan friend has and recommends it (and her hair looks ok, and hasn't fallen out or anything!)

0 0

shinyhappy
View Public Profile
Find all posts by shinyhappy

#15 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 12:52
ElectricOceans
Peer Of The TSR Realm
Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: London and South East
Posts: 1,898

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by shinyhappy
http://www.urbanitystore.com/fashion...and/directions

Directions seem good, I've never used it, but a vegan friend has and recommends it (and her hair looks ok, and hasn't fallen out or anything!)
They seem good the only problem with them is that their dyes are colours such as blues and purples. I was looking for shades of brown if possible.
0 0

ElectricOceans
View Public Profile
Find all posts by ElectricOceans

#16 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 13:25
shinyhappy
Peer Of The TSR Realm Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Oxford/Isle of Wight

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by ElectricOceans
They seem good the only problem with them is that their dyes are colours such as blues and purples. I was looking for shades of brown if possible.
Hmm, yeah good point. They do do blacks, and varying shades of red (my friend did her hair quite a pleasant shade of reddy-brown with their stuff) but they do seem sadly lacking in normal colours. I'll ask her if she can recommend any others!
0 0

shinyhappy
View Public Profile
Find all posts by shinyhappy

#17 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 16:02
FireDeuce
TSR Demigod Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 7,030

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Superdrug don't, they do some quite good hair dye actually.
Anything from Procter and Gamble will have been tested on animals. (including pringles..)
0 0

FireDeuce
View Public Profile
Find all posts by FireDeuce

#18 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 16:27
kookoo_koochoo
Overlord in Training Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 3,075

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by ElectricOceans
Today I happened to be browsing around in Wilkinson’s and I came across hair dyes, without even thinking I saw a colour I quite liked and wanted to test it out but I didn’t think about what brands test on animals. Its only a non-permanent one which washes out within 6-8 shampoos. The only problem is its by Nice ‘n Easy and I did some research and found that they test on animals and I’m totally against using products which have been tested on animals and don’t wish to support them. I just wondered whether anyone can suggest some hair dyes which are available in the United Kingdom which don’t test on animals? I found one range called Daniel Field and his products are Vegan but by the looks of it his products are only available online? Unless anyone knows shops which stock his products?
Superdrug. They don't advertise it enough, but none of their stuff is tested on animals and it's vegetarian so no animal products either. Nice hair dyes too

0 0

kookoo_koochoo
View Public Profile
Find all posts by kookoo_koochoo

#19 11-07-2008: 11th July 2008 21:01
SoundDevastation
TSR Demigod Join Date: May 2007
Posts: 5,797

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Directions, Stargazer, and Naturtint are the only ones i know of which are available in shops that are completely animal-friendly. I only use natural henna.. which is available in shades of brown aswell as the usual red.

kookoo... vegetarian means no products that an animal has died for, but may contain things like milk, honey, egg protein etc etc.. i wouldnt use them, but thats the OPs choice.

0 0

SoundDevastation
View Public Profile
Find all posts by SoundDevastation

#20 12-07-2008: 12th July 2008 10:05
kookoo_koochoo
Overlord in Training Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 3,075

Re: Hair Dyes Which Don't Test On Animals
Originally Posted by SoundDevastation
Directions, Stargazer, and Naturtint are the only ones i know of which are available in shops that are completely animal-friendly. I only use natural henna.. which is available in shades of brown aswell as the usual red.

vegetarian means no products that an animal has died for, but may contain things like milk, honey, egg protein etc etc.. i wouldnt use them, but thats the OPs choice.
Oh yes true, I didn't think about those. How stupid to even need to put something like milk in hair dye. But I didnt' know about those other companies so thank you for that! I will tell my mom to start buying them

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Jeu 17 Fév - 5:30

Subject: Vegan Hair Dye??
Category: Health > Beauty
Asked by: scorpionx2-ga
List Price: $10.00 Posted: 10 Aug 2004 14:50 PDT
Expires: 09 Sep 2004 14:50 PDT
Question ID: 386076

I'm looking for vegan, cruelty free (no animal-derived ingredients, no
animal testing) permanent hair dye. I've been going to a posh salon
for years, but have recently become a staunch vegan and will no longer
use the dye there.

I'm specifically interested in permanent brown tint for naturally
brown hair that's turning grey, as well as blonde highlights for
naturally dark blonde hair. Also, I don't care whether you find an
actual salon that will apply it, or just the product, which I can just
bring to our salon for them to apply.



Answer

There is no answer at this time.


Comments

Subject: Re: Vegan Hair Dye??
From: pinkfreud-ga on 10 Aug 2004 15:07 PDT
You might find some useful information in this answer to an earlier question:

http://www.answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=276280

Subject: Re: Vegan Hair Dye??
From: scorpionx2-ga on 10 Aug 2004 16:19 PDT
Thanks, pinkfreaud. I took a peek, placed a couple of orders, and
we'll give 'em a shot.

...We may very well be back here asking the same question soon ; )

Subject: Re: Vegan Hair Dye??
From: pinkfreud-ga on 10 Aug 2004 16:50 PDT
If you found info in the link I posted to be useful, you might want to
ask my good friend and colleague Bobbie7 to post an official answer to
this question. Bobbie was the Researcher who gathered the material and
posted the answer to which I linked.

Subject: Re: Vegan Hair Dye??
From: scorpionx2-ga on 10 Aug 2004 18:05 PDT
I'm still hoping for an "official answer," in which specific
companies/color lines tailored to a cruelty-free lifestyle are listed.
The link you provided, while a good start, focused on products
without a certain irritant. I'm searching for products with no animal
ingredients and which have never been tested on animals.

Thank you, though.

Subject: Re: Vegan Hair Dye??
From: pinkfreud-ga on 10 Aug 2004 18:29 PDT
If you find a product whose ingredients you find acceptable, you might
want to check out PETA's lists of companies that do and do not test on
animals:

Companies that do test on animals:

http://www.caringconsumer.com/page/CompaniesDo.pdf

Companies that don't test on animals:

http://www.caringconsumer.com/page/CompaniesDont.pdf


Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Sam 19 Fév - 9:23

05 octobre 2007

TEINTURE CHEVEUX VEGAN

ayant découvert la marque AUBE INDIENNE à Paris, je me suis renseigné auprès de monsieur G. (directeur de recherches de cette marque). La mention non testée sur animaux figurant sur les emballages, je lui ai demandé si les composants étaient testés, et voici sa réponse :

Monsieur G. a écrit:
bonjour,

je vais répondre à votre interrogation principale dans un premier temps qui est qui un "NON" catégorique. Aucun de nos produits n'a fait l'objet d'essais sur des animaux, toutes espèces confondues, et je dirais même que le principe de "l'intelligence de formulation" signe un nouveau label "EXIGENCE" proposant au consommateur une innocuité totale sur l'utilisation des produits. Les extractions sont exécutées dans un seul solvant qui est "l'eau" dite " isolante" H²0(5) offrant une organisation des configurations spatiales dans le respect de l'équilibre de toutes espèces vivantes.

Je pense que notre façon de travailler est très proche des préparations Amérindiennes (Navaro, Lakotas, Yaquis) et qui mieux que ces peuples peuvent aujourd'hui se vanter d'une "noblesse de lespri" d'une sagesse Terrienne dans le concret des choses. La parole est une chose, les actes en sont une autre, c'est pourquoi votre demande peut se régler en deux temps. Le deuxième sera donc une rencontre physique ou téléphonique pour évaluer dans nos domaines respectifs, notre savoir faire à chacun.

Merci donc de saisir mon numéro de télephone au cas ou une conversation s'imposerait à nous.
R.G.


j'avoue que sa réponse est un peu "surprenante"... j'ai donc rencontré ce monsieur au salon NATEXPO il y a 15 jours, afin d'échanger quelques mots en face à face. Il m'a confirmé le côté 100% végétal et "vegan" de leurs produits. Je lui ai parlé du terme vegan, qu'il serait bon d'apposer sur leurs emballages... à suivre...

pour celles (et ceux) que cela intéresse :

AUBE INDIENNE soins capillaires et colorations sans conservateur, sans parfum, sans oxydant, sans ammoniaque, sans molécule chimique, non testé(e)s sur animaux, à base de plantes non irradiées, pigments 100% végétaux.

En vente notamment chez HERBEUS (3 boutiques dans Paris, où l'on trouve entre autres Logona, Lavera, Dr Hauschka, huiles essentielles... 12 rue du Poteau - 18ème * 58 rue du Temple - 4ème * 27 rue Vignon - 8ème)

www.terredecouleur.fr (site en construction, commandes en ligne à venir...)

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
saveallGOD'sAnimals
Admin


Masculin Nombre de messages : 19974
Date d'inscription : 17/05/2007

MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Lun 21 Fév - 14:28

http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&q=vegan+hair+dyeing+&meta=
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur
Contenu sponsorisé




MessageSujet: Re: Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux   Aujourd'hui à 15:01

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
 
Dyeing / tinte de pelo / teinture pour cheveux
Voir le sujet précédent Voir le sujet suivant Revenir en haut 
Page 1 sur 1
 Sujets similaires
-
» shampooing pour cheveux pellicules
» shampooing pour cheveux secs
» shampooing pour cheveux gras au TA
» shampooing avec base lavante pour cheveux gras
» shampooing pour cheveux gras et pointes sèches

Permission de ce forum:Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
 :: Divers :: Les infos de Végétalienne-
Sauter vers: