A dark brown base with eye-grabbing auburn hues. Penny-colored tones warm up the whiskers and reflect a fiery auburn-orange in direct light.
• adding strong russet hues to blonde and light brown beard
• adding dark auburn hues to medium brown beard
• adding subtle coppery undertones to dark beard
+ suitable for all hair & beard types, textures, etc.
1 Packet (3.5 oz/100g) will dye average beard up to 5 times.
1 Packet can dye: hair, eyebrows, sideburns, mustache, and beard at the same time (average hair & beard length).
Our classic brown Henna/Indigo Fusion is designed to bring in the brilliant ginger tints just enough to hug the smooth brown permanent base. A spectacular look. Subtle on brown beards, more vivid on blonde beards.
*You can dye hair & beard with same packet!—Do it.
Our Henna-Based Hair Dyes Are Your Best Choice:
• Organically grown & seasonally hand-harvested in indigenous hearty soils.
• Milled to a fine powder to allow maximum, predictable pigment release.
• Hand-sifted three times to a uniform texture for best application.
• Vacuum-sealed & light-sealed to preserve potency, purity, and freshness.
Always Cruelty-Free. Never Tested on Animals.
NO added chemicals, preservatives or perfumes—just pure natural goodness!
Award-Winning Purity & Quality.
Ingredients: natural henna, natural indigo, false daisy, centella leaves, myrobalan seeds, beleric seeds, red clay…(that’s it).
Tom Skow –
This is definitely a five star product!
I have dyed my beard with Just For Men for years, so it would look more uniform. The problem was that it looked too uniform. It lacked the subtle variation of colors that naturally thick beards have.
The copper brown henna provides uniformity for a thicker look, but it doesn’t look artificial. Plus, everyone says henna has health qualities for hair and skin. I tend to be a bit of skeptic, but my beard certainly looks and feels better without using synthetic dyes!
PS If you have the time, you can leave the dye on for more than one hour. I like to leave it on for 2-3 hours for a more vibrant effect.
I give this product 5 stars with a couple of warnings to the silver bearded folk.
A little about my hair, my beard started graying in my early 20’s. It was originally a deep chestnut brown with some copper red highlights. It is now completely white (except in the mustache).
I’d been using a common drug store beard dying product (light to medium brown) to color my beard to reflect my actual age. It burned, of course, and caused skin irritation for a few days. The color was flat and lacked the reds I was used to.
I decided to use the copper brown henna beard dye, since my beard was already dyed brown by the drug store brand. SILVER BEARDED FOLK DO NOT DO THIS. I learned the hard way, if your beard is white/gray/silver–even if you used a drug store brand dye treatment and it is now medium brown–the henna treatment will strip that brown out and your beard will turn flaming orange (just like the little color swatch says it will if your beard is blonde/platinum).
Second exception, and something I think Henna Color Lab should address in the beard dying instructions. My beard is a touch longer than Chuck Norris’ beard. I used the prescribed amount of dry mix and slathered my beard up with this excellent pudding which dripped all over the towel wrapped around my shoulders (USE THE TOWEL). With every whisker covered from root to tip, I still had 3/4s of a bowl left over. Trial and error, I suppose.
Great stuff. After seeing my flaming beard. I promptly order Mahogany and some other browns to play with.