Naturtint Colorant: Combining Colors Review

Naturtint Colorant: Combining Two Colors Review + Giveaway

naturtint-colors-swatchWhen you reach a certain age, change becomes not only harder but can be nearly impossible. The one change that can be made easily, and still make an impact is to ones hair. I used to color my hair for a change, and now I am coloring it to hide the grey that is slowly taking over in portions to large to ignore.

When I was young I was blessed with a very light-colored blond that could only be described as a bleach blond. As I aged my hair darkened into a more sandy blond, which remained through out my early teens, when I discovered the wonder of hair coloring.

I began taking my blond into the brown family, and then I went drastic – I went magenta! I made a deal with my father that I would not veer far off blond until after my senior photo. Shortly there-after the red shades were introduced to my hair, and I stayed red until my late 20’s. When I was in my 30’s I decided to go back to basics and go back to blond. I stripped my hair, and went back to blond.

Since then, to combat the emerging grey, I stick to colors close to the original coloring’s. I have been noticing the emergence of this grey, and it’s attempted take over of my head. Last year I reviewed Naturtint, which is a plant-based hair coloring company that is family owned!

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Naturtint. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

Since I wanted grey coverage and color added, I opted two combine two Naturtint colors.

two-color-combinationI chose 7N Hazelnut Blonde and 7G Golden Blonde. The “N” denotes that it is a neutral color with no red and the “G” denotes that it is a golden color with a little red.

color-contentsThe box is compact but it contains everything that is needed to color your hair and includes the following items –

  • 2.1 oz Naturtint Colorant Bottle
  • 2.1 oz Naturtint Color Developer Applicator Bottle
  • Naturtint Shampoo Sachette
  • Nutrideep Multiplier Sachette (aka Conditioner/Moisturizer)
  • Instruction Leaflet and Protective Gloves

The instructions are simple and say to combine the colorants and developer together. Since I was combining colors the key was to keep equal proportions of colorant to developer. Once combined I just had to mix them together (I used a bowl to mix the two). I made sure the combination was well mixed before I moved ahead.

I placed the gloves on my hands and began the application process. The instructions stated Naturtint will totally cover grey hair on the first application, and also that the applied color would be longer lasting.

I kept the coloring on for a little over 30 minutes. I loved that there was no ammonia smell and was able to work and do chores while I waited for the color to set. At the end of the allotted time, I jumped in the shower and began to rinse my hair, and used the included multiplier and shampoo that was included in the box.

jennifer-before-and-afterOnce I let my hair dry I was very happy, as seen in the photo on the right, taken after my hair dried. The fact that the process was easy and simple had something to do with how I felt and the instructions are clear, concise and informative.

If you are looking for a natural hair coloring that will make your hair feel better than before you colored – go get some Naturtint!

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23 thoughts on “Naturtint Colorant: Combining Colors Review

  1. Julie Wood

    The most extreme thing I have ever done is to Sky Dive once when I was younger. It was really scary and I will never do it again.

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  3. Mary Beth Elderton

    The most extreme thing I have ever done??? *On the advice of my attorney I invoke my 5th amendment right against self-incrimination and decline to answer that question.*
    LOL–it was probably the time as a teenager in the 70’s that I took off to a concert without telling anyone and was reported “missing.” Well..I was the 70’s!

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  4. mickeyfan

    Hairwise? Let my art teacher cut it when I was in 8th grade. Was shoulder length…she cut it to less than 2″. Quite a shock, but I loved it.

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  5. Maryann D.

    For me the most extreme thing that I have ever done was go to New York City with just my daughter with me.

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  6. Angel Garrett

    the most extreme thing that I have ever done was cut may hair pixie style and dyed it black. i looked super pale

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  7. Tahirah

    The most extreme thing I’ve done is take my dad clippers and cut off the back of my hair. So for some weeks I had a bald head in the back during my Senior yr of HS

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  8. betty

    Some people would say that riding a motorcycle is an extreme activity but it is just something that I enjoy doing. The most extreme roads I have ridden was in the Blue Ridge Mountains! thanks

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  9. holly lawson

    I am so not adventurous but I am a mom and my daughter was born in the snow in Montana!

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