I didn’t really start coloring my hair until I was in my late 20’s. I truly liked my natural Auburn locks, but as I got older, the red highlights started to fade and so I started to do some hair coloring now and than.
Than a few years ago, kind of out of no where, I started to have a severe reaction to the regular hair dyes the salons use.
I would have horrible blistering and my head would feel like it was on fire. Even when my hair stylist would use products that were supposed to help, it didn’t.
It was also about this same time (isn’t if funny how that happens that way.. God has a funny sense of timing), that I had started rethinking this whole – let me soak my hair in chemicals that smell horribly and make it hard to breath. Was this stuff good for me? What was it doing to my head? Or better yet, what was it doing to my whole body?
With those thoughts running through my head and the severe reactions I knew I didn’t want to experience anymore, I decided to start looking for a more natural solution.
I didn’t have to look very far before I found Light Mountain Natural Hair Color.
Ha ha.. what an experience… the first time was almost hysterical. I had made such a mess with the product that I had to promise my husband I would do it outside if I did it again.
The second time, I had help from a friend and it went so much better.
This last time, I decided that I wanted to let my hairstylists do it for me. She is a sweet friend of mine and I had shared with her about this product. She was excited about trying out something new and actually had a few other customers that would benefit from this if it worked.
I will say, it’s not an easy put Bottle 1 into Bottle 2 and shake kind of thing like your normal home hair coloring systems, but it is doable if you take your time and read the directions all the way through.
We had a lot of fun doing this together. All the other ladies in the salon were interested in seeing how it turned out. They also had a great time trying to describe what it smelled like…
this stuff is ALL NATURAL .. so it smells very ‘naturally’.. lol.. fresh cut grass.. mud after a rain.. just to name a few.
As you can see in the pictures, it’s a little messy.. but it truly works. It even does a good job covering the… cough cough .. gray hairs.
So, if you are having severe reactions to those chemical hair dyes or are looking for a good all natural, and even organic, hair color system, I would highly suggest checking out Light Mountain Hair color.
On a side note:
This is not a sponsored review post. There are affiliate links to the hair dye, but this was not sponsored by Light Mountain in any way. All thoughts and opinions are still 100% all mine.