Hair salon on the first floor of the Le Bon Marché shop.
The history of vegetable hair dyes goes back more than 9000 years in all western and especially eastern civilizations. It is through the natural pigment of the leaves of dye plants, better known as henna, that the colour is revealed on the hair fibre. The mastery of these pigments (cassia, indigo, sidr...) allows the creation of long-lasting colours, from iridescent blond to brown-auburn, passing through coppery browns and golds. The hair is coated and the shine is incomparable.
The temperature of the filtered water used to mix the plant powders influences the result, as the pigment reveals itself on contact.