Yes. You can apply Tints of Nature home hair dye on coloured hair, as long as the previous hair dye product did not contain metals or henna powder. If your current hair dye contains lead, acetate, zinc, iron or copper please wait at least one month before applying Tints of Nature.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I apply Tints of Nature natural hair dye on coloured hair?
Can I use Tints of Nature natural hair dye whilst I am pregnant?
Yes, we recommend waiting until after the first 12 weeks of pregnancy before applying any dye or to consult your doctor beforehand.
Our Henna Cream Semi-Permanent shades are better alternatives to use whilst pregnant, or alternatively highlighting your hair or not directly applying dye to your scalp can reduce any possible riks or reactions.
Please note any chemicals used are only absorbed by your hair and not by your scalp or bloodstream. ALWAYS remember your sensitivity test to ensure you are not allergic to any of the ingredients used, including the lovely natural ones! Find out here how to carry out a skin test.
Can Tints of Nature natural hair dye be used whilst undergoing chemotherapy?
At Tints of Nature we do not recommend using our home hair dyes if you are undergoing chemotherapy, radiothearpy or other forms of health treatment. If you do wish to dye your hair with our home hair dye please consult with your doctor before applying and ALWAYS carry out a skin sensitivity test. Finished treatment? Again consult with your doctor beforehand. If your scalp is irritated or damaged or your hair is very weak or brittle we advise not to dye your hair. If you wish to dye your hair we would recommend using our Henna Cream Semi-Permanent haircolour for a few months, so your hair has time to rebuild it's natural strength and health. Please ALWAYS remember your skin sensitivity and strand test!
Can I use any remaining colour for my next application?
If you have already mixed all of the Colourfix and Colour Gel together, please use this immediatley and any remaining colour should be disposed of. If you have re-touched your roots or mixed small quantities and you have remaining unmixed Colourfix and Colour Gel left in the bottle, store away in a cool place away from direct sunlight to use again.
Will Tints of Nature natural hair dye colour my hair?
Strand test, strand test, strand test!
We would love to say yes they will, but all hair conditions are very different and unique to us all meaning results will vary from head to head. Therefore follow our simple steps in finding your perfect Tints of Nature shade and carry out a strand test. For the best possible results hair dye loves healthy hair, read our blog on how to achieve happy healthy hair using our treatment range. If you are still unusure please contact our Customer Service team
Are TON products suitable for vegans and vegetarians?
Yes! All of our products are vegan and vegetarian friendly. Please note, previous batches of Sulfate-Free Shampoo & Scalp Treatment are still in circulation with the older formula which contain a milk derivative.
Do your products contain Henna?
Yes. Tints of Nature Henna Cream Semi-Permanent hair dye is specially formulated with natural henna and plant extracts.
Do TON colours contain PPD's?
Tints of Nature permanent home hair colours use the lowest possible levels of PPDs to colour the hair. Our average pigment level is 0.42% compared to the legal maximum in the EU of 4%.
Do TON colours contain peroxide?
Tints of Nature permanent home hair dyes contain a mild and gentle pharmaceutical grade peroxide.
We use a 6% (20V) liquid peroxide activator in all of the permanent hair dyes with the exception of 10XL and our Highlight Kit which uses a 9% (30V) cream activator.
Our Lightener Kit uses a 12% (40V) cream peroxide activator. Included in the pack is a bottle of Naturlite Oil to protect the scalp during the lightening process, this will also neutralise the peroxide to approx 9%.
Tints of Nature Henna Cream semi-permanent hair colour DOES NOT contain peroxide.
Where can I find the full list of ingredients for all TON products?