To mix Herbatint Gel and Developer, use the Herbatint measuring cup found in the Herbatint Application Kit to mix equal parts of color and developer. The quantity you use depends on the length and volume of your hair. Note: If you don??ç?ût own an Application Kit, you can use a plastic or glass measuring cup, but NEVER use a metal measuring device. Mix with a brush until you obtain a gel-like consistency. Starting at the root, apply the gel to dry, unwashed hair. Leave the gel on for 40 minutes. It is important to stick to the processing time. Rinse thoroughly until the water is completely clear. Tilt your head back while you rinse so that the gel does not get into your eyes. Immediately shampoo your hair after rinsing. For best results, use Herbatint Normalizing Shampoo. For long-lasting color, complete the coloring process and seal in your new color with Herbatint Royal Cream Conditioner . For best results, leave the Royal Cream Conditioner on for 5 minutes, then rinse again.
Color (Green Bottle) Laureth - 5: Surfact & Amulsifying Agent Propylene Glycol: Moisturizer Attracted Water - GRAS (generally recognized as safe) For Addtion To Foods Water: Demineralized Deionized Water Peg 2 Oleamine: Emulsifying Agent Ethanolamine: Emollient & Adjusts PH Walnut Extract: Extract - Astringent Dark Coloring Rhubarb Extract: Extract - Relieves Scalp Irritation Yellow Coloring Cinchona Extract: Extract - Tonic Astringent/Antiseptic Aloe Barbadensis: Plant Extract Meadowfoam Extract: Plant Extract Bitch Extract: Plant Extract Cetrimonium Chloride: Conditioner Echinacea Angustifolia: Plant Extract Hamamelis virginiana: Plant Extract Sodium Sulfite: Preservative Agent Ascorbic Acid: Preservative Agent Tetrasodim EDTA: Salt Used For Thickening - Approved For Use In Foods Resorcinol: Coloring/Developer M-O-P Aminophenol: Coloring 2 Amino 3 Hydroxypiridine: Coloring M-P-Phenylenediamine: Coloring Developer (White Bottle) Water: Demineralized Deionized Water Glycol: Humidity Re