4 Ingredients You Never Knew Your Hair Color Should Have

May 13, 2015  |  

Coloring your hair is no joke. One false move can mean a world of difference when it comes to having your hair on fleek — or on the floor. So how do you make sense of the labels on the endless bottles of dye on the shelves at the hair store?

Hoyu, the premiere hair coloring company behind Bigen Permanent Powder and Semi-Permanent hair coloring, is here to help. With the slogan, “The origin of beauty,” it’s no wonder Bigen is taking the ingredients in their hair coloring systems back to nature’s origins with natural extracts you never even knew your hair color should have. Like these four:

Honey

Honey makes the hair soft, plain and simple. While Hoyu ensures their Bigen products don’t damage the hair by having a coloring formula that doesn’t contain ammonia or hydrogen peroxide, a little honey definitely sweetens the pot — and softens the tresses.

Beeswax

Beeswax adds moisture to hair and is included in the formulation of Bigen Semi-Permanent Hair Color, which is important as coloring can dry out hair.

Sunflower

Sunflower is included in the formulation of Bigen Semi-Permanent Hair Color as well and is rich in vitamins like A, B, C and E and minerals like iron, potassium and calcium which minimizes the damage in the coloring process.

Shea Butter

You likely already use this hair and body staple on a regular, but including this extract in their semi-permanent products further adds to the built-in conditioner element of the color, providing silky smoothness.

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