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betsylawrence wrote:Hi there, I have been recommended hair print as a good alternative to hair dye. I think it could be the one FloraMaria mentioned in her post above...
Yes, you are correct. That is the other company i’d read about.
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It is trendy here to have silver hair, but I use henna (only got a few greys) in a bar from Lush, it is really nice and makes my hair
very soft! I can't tolerate normal hair dyes they bring me out in a rash and are painful.
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I use hair dye from Holland & Barrett health stores that are supposed to be free of most of the toxic chemicals present in regular brands of hair dye. I also use henna that I have to order online because none of the shops sell it where I live.
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