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Please note that this listing is for the 100g Full Size package.
In wooded glens and shaded groves, in herb patches and mushroom rings there are traces of the Fey. These keepers of nature, and sometimes temptresses of humans, have beauty unrivaled with each of their secrets drawn from nature. One of their most breathtaking features is their hair- be it the bright locks of a Seelie Sidhe or the dark tresses of an Unseelie Slaugh, everything else pales before its glory.

Devas are small faeries who appear as bright spheres of light, and when the light is toned down they are said to be golden-colored beings who wear richly colored robes. Deva is a word which comes from the Persian and means "shining one," which is descriptive of their appearance.

This herbal hair conditioner hearkens to these small mystical creatures, imparting warm golden tones to lighter colored hair, and giving amazing natural conditioning properties to darker colored hair. Devas Herbal Hair Color is made entirely from powdered herbs, ground so fine that it’s an earthy dust one might find it in a færie market with other beautifying sundries.


You'll find it leaves your hair with amazing shine and volume. Please note this mix CANNOT lighten your hair, only impart transparent tones to your natural color.

Though how much you need will vary with the thickness of your hair generally you'll need:

* Shoulder Length- 50g
* BSL- 100g
* Waist- 300g
* Classic- 400g


Keep in mind you can always dilute it into conditioner to make it go farther! If you need a quantity larger than 100g listed, please convo me!

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Herbal Hair Powder Preparation & Instructions:

1. In a bowl add the herbal powder. In a separate container heat distilled water until steaming but not boiling and add, mixing until you have a mud the consistency of pancake batter. Add a few drops of Essential Oil if you wish. Please research your EOs carefully.

2. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and set someplace warm. Atop a warm electronic, such as a computer tower works well, or under a warm lamp. Mix occasionally, letting sit for at least 2-4 hours, and no more than 6.

3. When ready to use, wash hair but do not condition (or condition very lightly). Section towel-dried hair and work the herbal mud into the hair, making sure not to miss spots. Carefully pile hair atop the head and cover with a shower cap or plastic wrap. Leave on for 2-6 hours, the longer you leave it on the deeper the conditioning benefits and the more colored tones that will be imparted.

4. Rinse well with water. If you find rinsing difficult, try soaking your hair in the bathtub or a bucket first, or use a lots of a cheap silicone-free conditioner (like VO5) to aid rinsing

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Ingredients: Cassia (Senna italica), Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita), Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale), Horsetail (Shavegrass, Equisetum arvense), Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus), Burdock Root (Arctium lappa), Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis), Aloe Leaf (Aloe Vera), Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis), and Stinging Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica)

Cassia (Cassia Obovata, Cassia Obvata)– Conditions hair in a manner similar to that of henna, providing body, aiding in detangling, scalp conditioning, and provides shine/sheen to hair. Also known as "neutral henna" since it provides the conditioning of henna without the red color, only imparting slight warm golden hues on some hair.

Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita)– Chamomile has always had a long-standing reverence as a beneficial herb for both hair and skin. The flowers sooth itching on the scalp and the slight acidity they have smooths the hair cuticle, giving shine, conditioning, and, to some hair types, golden tones.

Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale)- Ginger is the most widely used and available herbal remedy on the planet, with billions of people using it every day as both food and medicine. A sweet-smelling herb, it helps to promote circulation and detoxification and thus may aid in hair growth. This herb also adds a pleasant scent to the herbal blend.

Herbal Blend:
Horsetail (Shavegrass, Equisetum arvense)– Horsetail, not to be confused with cat-tail, is possibly the most abundant source of silica in the plant kingdom, helping to keep hair strong. Many people believe that horsetail can help speed up hair growth. Some of the ways to take horsetail is to drink it in your tea, take it in capsule form or apply it directly to the scalp and hair.

Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus)– This herb has been used for centuries to heal inflammed, weeping, irritated skin conditions.

Burdock Root Powder (Arctium lappa)- Contains mucilage and starches that soothes irritated skin and membranes and is one of the most effective herbs for promoting hair growth and reducing the amount of hair shed.

Marshmallow Root Powder (Althaea officinalis) aka Gulkhairo– Soothes both the skin and scalp. Used alone or in conjunction with aloe vera liquid/gel, it provides excellent relief from skin and scalp irritation while leaving hair soft and shining.

Aloe Vera Root– Contains many of the products necessary and effective in fighting hair loss: Biotin, b-vitamins, zinc and inositil. It also contains anti-bacterial properties that keep the scalp healthy by controlling scalp infections that can prohibit hair growth.

Hibiscus Flower aka Jaswand (Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis)– An emollient (meaning it helps the cuticle of the hair lay down) and a demulcent (meaning it leaves a light soothing film behind) this herb has a cooling effect. It stimulates hair growth, increases hair thickness, reduces and prevents graying, balding, hair-loss, dandruff, split-ends, and many other hair conditions and many scalp disorders. It is also an excellent natural conditioner that may impart a warm reddish color to hair.

Stinging Nettle Leaf (Urtica dioica)– Often called nature’s conditioner, Stinging Nettle is natural deep cleanser useful for oily skin and hair that promotes hair growth.

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Storage: The powder can be stored in the freezer for well over a year, so long as it is kept in an airtight bag or container. The mud can be kept frozen for 6 months, and may yield a better golden stain if frozen.

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Blonde/Colorless Devas Fairy Herbal Hair Color and Conditioner 100g

$14.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: horsetail, yellow dock, burdock, cassia obovata, cassia, marshmallow root, aloe, chamomile, hibiscus, nettle, herbs
  • Feedback: 6633 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States
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