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Dec 21, 2018

Ash Blond


Can you please tell me when the ash brown is going to be back in stock?

Dec 31, 2018

The Ash brown is in stock as well as all of the others that sold out. Even our browns are better than ever!

Hello, I need to know what color to choose, first time using powdered color. I am medium to light brown with 50% grey. I wish somebody could put up a video on how to use this product. I am a bit familiar with hair color as I have done it for over 20 years. So I am guessing you just get your desired consistency and let it set to absorb water and produce your color. How long do I let it set before applying to hair? How long do I leave on hair? Do I wash afterwards? Do I condition afterwards? I know all of this may be in the pamphlet but I just do a lot of research before committing to a big change like this. Info please (: Thanks!

Jan 5Edited: Jan 5

Hi Nicole! Sounds like you need brown or a light brown mixed with brown 50/50. If you can post a picture I can be more precise. If your roots are coming in white then focus on the roots, if it is strands of white/gray then do your entire head with light brown. EarthDye does not go lighter, so as your hair fades do the entire hair. You can use it as often as you like because it is chemical free and good for your hair :) As for applying, it is super easy! The unknown is scary, however I personally use it as well as my family and have done so for years, not to mention thousands of other customers. We do not even think twice about it. Your hair will start to grow faster and you will feel the difference as soon as you rinse it out.






Wash hair twice with clarifying shampoo, no conditioner, towel dry before applying. Damp is good, dry is OK. Do not forget to wear gloves.

1. Mix powder with enough warm water (ABOUT 1 ¼ CUP TO 1 ½ CUP PER 100 GRAMS) until you get a pudding like consistency. Thicker is better, coverall hair, Do not leave tips of hair or hair strands not covered unless doing highlights.

2. Apply immediately to hair starting from left ear to right ear in front in layers I and then work your way down towards the back, pressing paste down as you go along. If you use a shower cap after, make sure to poke holes for air.

3. Leave in hair 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. If you have thick or curly hair you can use a cream conditioner to help rinse. Shampoo hair 8-24 hours later. Not shampooing can cause multi colored effects.



1. Clean facial hair/side burns, or eyebrows with toothbrush or beard brush twice. Do not scrub hard as this can irritate skin! NOT USING A BRUSH WILL NOT REMOVE HAIR OIL. USE A BRUSH!

2. Mix enough tap water (DO NOT USE DISTILLED WATER) to get a thick pudding consistency (mix only what you need and store the rest in a zip lock baggy in a dark cool place, powder is good for 1 year after opening).

3. Using a spoon or hair dye application brush, Apply evenly to facial hair until COMPLETELY COVERED. Be sure to cover all hairs. If tips of hair sticks out, It will not be covered, leaving a peppered effect. Leave on 1 hour and rinse. Shampoo 8-24 hours later. Not shampooing can cause multi colored effects.

TIPS: Gray or white hair may turn green or red for first 4 hours, Darkening overnight. Dye hair early evening.

Dye will not permanently stain face,ears or hair lines. If you should get dye on face, it will disappear over night, so do not panic.

OIL TREATMENTS can prevent darker colors from working properly and can strip color,if doing oil treatments wash hair 3 times prior to application.

Our dye works on all races, men women and children. Safe for all and our planet. You can use as often as needed. Condition while you color.

INGREDIENTS: Indigo (Indigofera Tinctorius), Shikakai (acacia Concinna), Henna (Lawsonia Inermis), Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri), Baheda (Terminalia Bellirica), Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba), Amla (Emblica Officinalis)


Thank you for your reply. I have been doing a lot of research on henna for hair. I am concerned with how most people are saying it dries their hair out. I have thin dry hair but when I condition and color it ... it looks fabulous. I am ok with it as long as I can maintain the softness and shine and I work hard at it. So you can see why I am concerned about the dryness people are talking about. Can you address that issue and how to make that NOT happen (: ?? I do love the color light oak and that is the one I was looking at. Thanks again (:

Jan 6

Henna does not dry out the hair, quite the opposite. There is so much false information on the internet is ridiculous. Henna is one of the greatest natural conditioners on the planet! When you apply it and rinse it out it might feel dirty, however when you shampoo it is incredible. If you have used chemical hair dyes prior to that you will get instant gratification. In fact your hair will grow faster. We add extra conditioners to really give your hair a mega boost. It conditions while you are coloring, all from plants. When you use browns you are using more indigo than henna. Indigo is not as good a conditioner as henna, however the extra ingredients more than make up for it. We are also coming out with a dry shampoo that is 100% conditioning. Look for that by the end of the month. Our goal is to get people off of the damaging oil treatments they are doing and promote thicker, healthier hair, slow down graying, untangle hair, neutralize oil, dandruff, sooth and repair damaged dry scalp and slow balding/hair loss all in one - all while holding color! We are just trying to think of a name for something so absolutely incredible. Any ideas for a name?

Thank you for your reply. I will try the medium brown light oak ... Earthy DryClean . ..sounds amazing .. (: Earthpoo ... Earthdition (:

Jan 7

I personally love the Earthpoo. I cant get others to go along with it, lol. We do have Harvest Moon shampoo coming, it is nothing short of amazing. Also our neem shampoo.

Hello....I've been using these plant dyes here at Earthdye since November 2018 and LOVE it!!!! I had used a different all natural hair dye before I found this. It was WAY more expensive, a real pain to apply and it didn't cover very good at all. I did it 3 times in a row and it still didn't cover the white very good. It was a waste of time and money. I had let my hair go completely natural...white...mainly to stop using chemicals. I had looked at henna but read that it was a real pain in the rear to apply it. Then I found Earthdye. It's really easy to do and it comes out so nice. I always had really dry, frizzy hair and now it's not frizzy at all and it lays really nice. It covers the white good, too. As long as I apply it right. Haha. I always seem to miss spots! I did buy a plastic applicator bottle to put the dye in and apply it that way and it seems to help and make it easier to get to all the places on my head. My hair is long, to the middle of my shoulder blades. My natural color before white was a medium ash brown. I use the Dark Oak color here. It turns the white hair a greenish color at first but after the first 24 hours it darkens. Then more after washing. As I color it more, it gets more brown. I also use way less conditioner. Just a dab to get tangles out easier. I also use 100% shampoo and conditioner. No chemicals at all are used on my hair and skin. I also love, love, love that when I get it on my face and ears (like I always do), it washes right off without coloring my skin like chemical hair colors would always do. Love this stuff!!!!!!