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Hennalucent Hair Toner and Conditioner

100% organic. A professional henna product that penetrates the hair shaft through natural, organic absorption to deliver long-term shine, body and beauty color highlights.
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100% organic. A professional henna product that penetrates the hair shaft through natural, organic absorption to deliver long-term shine, body and beauty color highlights.

Hennalucent is a unique formulation of micro-refined henna, hydrolyzedprotein, pH neutralizers and rich, organic conditioners that revitalizes all types of hair. It repairs split ends and adds new strength and vitality to dry,damaged, chemically treated hair.

  • SKU: P8242   /  
  • Guaranteed Authentic
  • Delivers long-term shine and colored highlights
  • Penetrates hair shaft naturally and organically
  • Professional henna product
  • Repairs split ends
  • Adds new strength and vitality
  • Great for dry, damaged, or chemically treated hair
  • Includes formulation of micro-refined henna, hydrolyzedprotein, and pH neutralizers

Directions

How to mix Hennalucent:

Pour Hennalucent into a plastic or glass bowl. Add very hot water, stirring constantly until blended to a smooth, honey-like consistency. Let mixture sit a minute to stabilize. If it thickens, add more hot water. Mixture should remain creamy and moist during processing.

How to apply Hennalucent:

Apply HP3 Intensive Conditioner along the hairline and wear gloves with all shades except Neutral to avoid staining. Apply Hennalucent to clean hair. If hair is very soiled or lacquered, shampoo and towel dry. Use tint brush to apply Hennalucent generously to the parts, starting at the crown. Touch up the hair line last. Then gently work mixture through the hair, making sure all ends are saturated.
Wrap a cotton strip around hairline to prevent dripping. No cap or foil is needed. Do not use a hair dryer. To determine the proper process time, see Hennalucent timing guide. When desired results are reached, rinse hair thoroughly with warm water. Then shampoo with a mild shampoo.

Note: To insure color continuity and superb conditioning apply every4-6 weeks. Complete instruction booklet and timing guide enclosed.

Henna, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sucrose, Quaternium-19, Hydrolyzed AnimalProtein, Guar Hydroxypropyl Trimonium Chloride, Citric Acid, Glyceryl StearateSE, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearalkonium Chloride, Fragrance, Plant Extracts and other ingredients.

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  • Very Disappointed In The New And Improved Organic Formula 1 Star Rating
    I have used Hennalucent for the past 25 years. I stopped for a few years and started using Nexus products. I decided to go back to the best conditioner I had used in the past and purchased Hennalucnet Neutral for the overall conditioning I remember receiving after its use. First of all I was shocked at how the consistency has changed. It is no longer the honey consistency I was used to AND it was very messy and excessively moist when I put it on my hair. It constantly dripped, unlike the honey consistency of the old Hennalucent AND I dont believe it gave my hair the silky look and feel I remember obtaining after each use. I am very disappointed and the new and improved version and will not purchase it again. I wish I could contact the makers and find out why they felt the need to "fix" something that was not broken!! The "improvement" is awful!!!

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    Jun 12, 2007
  • Amazing! 5 Star Rating
    I have dark brown with greys. Sunset Glo made me a very natural looking shiny dark auburn and turned the greys a rich red that look like natural high lights. People comment on my hair, espeically in the Summertime. For 5 years Ive used this product and Im very happy with it.When you apply henna, its very earth smelling and green colored. I suspect people that gave reviews and say henna turned their hair green are really hair styleists that lost business due to the growing popularity of henna. Although the application paste is green, Henna does not turn your hair green. Thats funny!Typically youll pay about $4 per application and I leave it on for an hour. The price is cheap, there is no big production going to a hair salon, and the color is really beautiful and natural looking!Good luck and have fun!

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    May 6, 2007
    / Cleveland, Ohio
  • Henna A No No! 1 Star Rating
    Bad, bad, very bad! It is a nightmare for hairstylists ok! Please do us hairstylists a favor and skip the henna and metalic dyes PLEASE!!!!!

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    Nov 1, 2006
    / Palm Springs CA
  • Third Use, All Good. 4 Star Rating
    I first used Hennalucent in Earth Brown a few years ago, before the new formulation and was pleased with the results. It didnt turn my hair green. It also didnt completely cover my gray hairs (only a few at the time). It had a smell like cooking spinach. But on the whole, a nice product with a good price.About a year ago I used the Earth Brown again and noticed a definite vinegar-y smell that developed after my hair was dry. It didnt go away for about a week, but other than that, no bad effects.Just yesterday I used a combination of Sunset Glo and Bark Brown. My hair now has a definite reddish glow and the gray hairs are a coppery color that really stand out against the rest of my hair. Still, it looks much less noticeable than the gray. No vinegar smell this time, only one that could be described as vegetation and very faint at that. My hair doesnt feel as dry as it did before the Hennalucent. BTW, afterward I used a neutral henna shampoo and conditioner.I plan on continuing use of Hennalucent unless I find something better. . . .From what I have read on other websites about henna products, if you have used ANY other type of coloring product then you MUST do a swatch test (one way would be to harvest the hairs in your hairbrush instead of clipping a piece from your head) because some dyes can linger in your hair and will react badly with henna. Bottom line: Proceed with Caution!

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    Sep 17, 2006
    / OH
  • Hennalucent Used To Be Excellent 5 Star Rating
    I USED TO LOVE THE OLD FORMULA... THE NEUTRAL USED TO BE GREAT WITH THE PROTEIN AND ALL...TO BAD THEY DISCONTINUED, JUST ONCE I REALLY FOUND SOMETHING GOOD AND CONDITIONING....PLEASE BRING BACK THE OLD FORMULA...

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    Sep 17, 2006
    / MI
  • Bad, Bad News!! 1 Star Rating
    I have used neutral Hennalucent for 20 years after each time I have had my hair highlighted. Now with this new "organic" formula, I had DISASTROUS results!!!! My highlights were a beautiful blond and red. They are now GREEN AND BROWN!!!! IT HAS TOTALLY RUINED MY HAIRCOLOR. The old formula gave me a beautiful,luminos shine and smooth hair. STAY AWAY FROM THIS NEW FORMULA!!!!

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    Jul 31, 2006
    / Minneapolis, MN
  • Good Product 5 Star Rating
    The burgundy shade, which I used for awhile, is definately the brightest you can get without going chemical. I liked that it had fewer orange undertones. It left my hair soft and shiny, and as far as I can tell, no PPD.

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    Jul 3, 2006
  • Neutral Hennalucent 1 Star Rating
    I hate this stuff. I thought it was going to lighten up my hair and bring out the highlights but instead it made my hair darker. If I could go back I wouldnt use this at all. Im so mad because I was looking for a change before next year something that my mom would let me use but this stupid stuff didnt work. Dont use this stuff at all.

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    Jun 9, 2006
    / Georgia
  • Don"t Do It!!! 1 Star Rating
    I wish I had read this site BEFORE doing my hair. My hair is green....GREEN!!!!!..I HAVE GREEN HAIR!!!....enough said.

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    May 27, 2006
    / St Petersburg, FL
  • Best Henna 5 Star Rating
    I have used Hennalucent for over 20 years. I had originally tried other henna products but, once I found the Hennalucent brand, I stayed with it. I have found it gives the best color and shine.Some Tips from my own use: 1. For most color intensity, keep on for at least 45 minutes. Use plastic wrap or a plastic supermarket bag tied around your hair like a cap to keep the henna moist. For best mixing results, start with nearly boiling water, then mix in the Hennalucent until well blended, and let stand until it is cool enough to use comfortably on your hair.2 - Color blending: I have medium brown hair with between 5 and 10 percent gray. Sunset Glo used alone gives me red highlights, and makes my gray strands look blonde. Using a blend of 1/2 Sunset Glo and 1/2 Bark Brown or Earth Brown gives me a subtle auburn shade with bright auburn/red in any gray hair.3 - Do a color test with ANY henna product if you have used metallic based hair colors. Interactions with certain metallic dyes can give a green color when mixed with henna. I learned that the hard way, years ago after I used a Nice-n-Easy type dye, followed by henna. The results were green streaks.

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    May 26, 2006
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