Non-Toxic Hair Color!

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Non-Toxic Hair Color Restoration!

This new non-toxic hair color is a new scientific breakthrough that restores gray hair to its natural color.

Hair Color Restoration that reads the hair print in our own hair shaft then restores it’s natural color and vitality!
New 100% non-toxic, made of eight food grade ingredients
Hairprint restores gray hair to its natural color. It is formulated specifically for dark brown and black hair.

They are working on a blonde one, but don’t have one yet.

Men or women!

It’s incredibly natural looking because it’s your real hair color! I tried it on a friend of mine. Here are his pictures down at the bottom of this blog!

He had very grey hair. We did the three treatments. We left just a little bit of the grey hair untreated around the face. 

We thought this would look more natural. it worked well with this natural transition to a darker hair color.

No one even noticed he had done it, it seemed so natural. It restores each stand to it’s natural color.  Because of this, there is a mixture of browns and blacks and it is not all one color like normal dye.

We also did a tiny bit on his eye brows.

This will last 2 to 6 months, depending on how fast his hair grows.

It does stain; so wear old clothing and use old towels. You will need to wash them separately in the washing machine.

Avoid getting it on your shower curtain.

You will need to use the gloves they provide.

With this spectacular new food grade, non toxic hair restoration, it is a wonderful alternative to the highly carcinogenic hair dyes that are frequently used today.

In addition to this, this hair product doesn’t pollute the water of the earth. Hair dye is highly toxic to the water systems of the earth. This product can help save our water as well as transform your life!

Click here to order yours today!

grey hair before edited MG_6483

first mixture to put on hair turns pink
first mixture to put on hair turns pink


hair with the dye on it
hair with the dye on it


hair after hairprint
hair after hairprint


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23 thoughts on “Non-Toxic Hair Color!

    • Nancy Addison says:

      Hi Nicky, It is for anyone, male or female. I just happen to use it on my male friend, who had a lot of grey hair.
      They have it for browns and black hair color so far, but are working on ones for lighter blonde color hair now too.

    • Nancy Addison says:

      Hi Eugene,
      Yes, it is safe. It is all food grade, non toxic ingredients.
      Let me know if you have any other questions!

  1. Mandy Shen says:

    I was looking for natural hair dye on the internet and this. I love this product. My hair is healthier and thicker than before I was using your dye. When I get my hair cut, my hairdresser always comments on how shiny and healthy my hair is and I always tell them why.

  2. Carlo says:

    What exactly do you mean when you say “Non-toxic”? Any permanent hair color uses ammonia and hydrogen peroxide in the developer which is necessary to open the cuticle of the hair to deposit the color molecules. You can try “semi” or “demi” permanent color which uses lower levels of these chemicals.

  3. Anna says:

    How is this product permanent if you have to keep re-dying your gray hair with it every 6-8 weeks? I thought you just needed 2-3 treatments to get permanent results that last forever?

    • Nancy Addison says:

      Hi Stasia, It is called permanent if it doesn’t wash out of the hair.
      So, it will stay in the hair that is treated.

  4. Mary S says:

    I would love to use this as I react to PPD in chemical hair color. Now I use a equal combination of henna and indigo to color my hair medium brown (cover gray) and this works pretty well. However, I would love to cut the time down and use something that might be easier. What would the hydrogen peroxide do the indigo portion of my hair? I really don’t want green hair either! 🙂 Anyone have thoughts on this?

      • Nancy Addison says:

        Hi Mary, Here is a response from the Hairprint company:

        “The concentrations of hydrogen peroxide we use are between 1% and 1.5%, a fraction of what one gets in drugstore peroxide. In conventional hair dyes, peroxide is used to break open the hair, and can be up to a 12-15% concentration. We do not use it to open the hair follicle (which is very damaging) but rather to oxidize the mucuna pruriens extract. When applied to your hair, the peroxide is virtually gone. The green reaction that some people have mentioned applies to the high concentration of hydrogen peroxide that occurs with bleaching products reacting with Ferrous gluconate/iron. We have always recommended a transition process be used for people that dye their hair blond or brown using conventional dyes.
        Indigo/henna and Hairprint are perfectly safe to use together. No green effect has ever been reported or occurred in any of our research or our growing customer experience. I myself used henna and know that the process is lengthly, messy and extremely time consuming. If you are using henna/indigo to get a medium brown which is your natural color you can use our hair chart found on our products page to determine which kit would work best for you. I included the link for your convenience. It sounds like the 3100 or the brown option might suit your needs. The color chart is located on this page as well.

        All the best
        Hairprint Customer Service”

  5. Paulette says:

    My hair has been very damaged and stripped of its natural color after years of dyeing and sun exposure. My medium brown hair was actually VERY brassy light golden brown with about two inches of darker brown roots exposed, with a few gray hairs scattered around. I have been trying to grow it out, but couldn’t stand it any longer. I used Hairprint for the first time to try to even out the color.

    Well, the Hairprint did even out my color so that I am brown all over. It appears to have varying shades of brown to make it look more natural. It looks so much better than the brassy look I had. The few scattered gray hairs are still gray, though. I will use Hairprint again and maybe the gray strands will turn brown as my hair becomes healthier.

    • Nancy Addison says:

      Thanks Paulette, I appreciate your information so much. I’d love to hear how it does the next time you use it.
      Love, Nancy

  6. Chrissan Russell says:

    I have brown hair but have been putting red highlights(dark red) in my hair. If i use hairprint for my roots only, as it grows out, it will look two different colors. Has anyone used it over their existing dyed hair. Will it harm the hair??

    • Nancy Addison says:

      Hi Todd,
      Yes, it works on hair. Usually when we do men’s hair, we leave a tiny bit untouched just around the hairline at the face and it can look so natural.

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