Healthier Hair Color

Maintaining the ideal hair color is tricky. Professional salons can be pricey, and at-home kits can be risky. After years of working in salons in the U.K., hair pros Steven and Stuart set out to create at-home hair color that performs on par with salon-grade hair products and is gentle on our bodies. Their creation, called Tints of Nature, maximizes the use of natural and certified organic ingredients while minimizing the use of potentially harsh or damaging chemical additives. The botanical ingredients in Tints of Nature are there for a reason—aloe vera leaf to moisturize the scalp, orange peel and grapefruit seed to protect hair from damage, and wheat protein to add strength and shine. Tints of Nature uses peroxide because it’s necessary to activate the color, but the amount is about 50% less than what’s used in non-natural hair color kits, so it’s gentler on your scalp and hair. Tints of Nature is everything you want from an at-home product—rich, multi-dimensional color with a healthy shine—but without any ammonia, resorcinol, paraben or propylene glycol. If you want a new look, or if you want to keep your color looking fresh in between salon visits, go natural. It’s safe, long-lasting coverage you can count on.

Tints of Nature

Natural Hair Color

Healthier Hair Color

Maintaining the ideal hair color is tricky. Professional salons can be pricey, and at-home kits can be risky. After years of working in salons in the U.K., hair pros Steven and Stuart set out to create at-home hair color that performs on par with salon-grade hair products and is gentle on our bodies. Their creation, called Tints of Nature, maximizes the use of natural and certified organic ingredients while minimizing the use of potentially harsh or damaging chemical additives. The botanical ingredients in Tints of Nature are there for a reason—aloe vera leaf to moisturize the scalp, orange peel and grapefruit seed to protect hair from damage, and wheat protein to add strength and shine. Tints of Nature uses peroxide because it’s necessary to activate the color, but the amount is about 50% less than what’s used in non-natural hair color kits, so it’s gentler on your scalp and hair. Tints of Nature is everything you want from an at-home product—rich, multi-dimensional color with a healthy shine—but without any ammonia, resorcinol, paraben or propylene glycol. If you want a new look, or if you want to keep your color looking fresh in between salon visits, go natural. It’s safe, long-lasting coverage you can count on.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Nicole
    Nicole

    Hi Grommeters! When I was a teenager I dyed my hair so much with cheap drugstore alternatives that my hair was totally fried- my split ends had split ends. With certified organic ingredients, the lowest possible percentage of PPDs and no harsh ammonia, my hair feels awesome after dying it with Tints of Nature. I'm happy to be here. So ask away!

  •  Bonnie
    Bonnie
    1/24/2013 12:13 PM

    Are the semi-permanent mahogany red and the 7R the same color? One is just semi and the other perm?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:23 PM

    @ Bonnie The Mahogany Red is a deeper, darker red then the 7R

  •  Rose
    Rose
    1/24/2013 12:19 PM

    I have dark brown hair. What shade is recommended to color the gray while leaving my natural hair color the same or only slightly darker or lighter, as I do not wish to make a significant change (darker or lighter) in my overall hair color.

    Thanks.

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:26 PM

    @ Rose Without seeing your hair it's hard to tell but your color is probably one of the lower N shades, 3N, 4N, 5N. I would check out those colors and see which one comes closest to your natural color.

  •  Ev
    Ev
    1/24/2013 12:22 PM

    how long will the semipermanent color last, to cover grey? what is the difference between semi and perm?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:29 PM

    @ Ev The Semi Perm colors last for about 6-12 washings. They don't cover the grey as well as the permanent colors. The general estimate is about 80% grey coverage, while the permanent colors should cover 100%.

  •  ddl
    ddl
    1/24/2013 12:37 PM

    It would be very nice to see a chart that shows "if your hair is xxx color and you use xxx color dye, it will become xxx color."

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:47 PM

    @ ddl That's a great idea- I'll pass it on to the Sales Director. Thanks!

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    1/24/2013 12:38 PM

    I am wondering if any of the semi perms can add blond highlights to med-dark brown hair? Is that even a possibility?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:54 PM

    @Kate The Tints colors aren't designed to lighten hair more then two shades lighter then your natural color. If you use a golden blonde to try to highlight dark brown hair, it'll come out much more red then I think you're looking for. Tints does make a highlights kit designed to put blonde highlights in brown hair- that should get your desired result.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    1/24/2013 1:15 PM

    @Nicole Dumes is the highlighting kit avail from Grommet? I didn't see it

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 2:17 PM

    @kate

    Daily Grommet doesn't have the Highlights kit available at this time, but they've said they're looking into bringing it in.

  •  Leah White
    Leah White
    1/24/2013 12:41 PM

    I have an ash blonde hair and am looking to lighten it just a bit. I can't really tell if the 8C is a light brown or dark blonde? IS 10N a golden blond? I am looking for something in the honey range. Any suggestions?

    Also my hair turns Brassy easily- any complaints about that?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 1:03 PM

    @ Leah White 8C really straddles that line between light brown and dark blonde. Without seeing your hair it's so hard to tell. 10N is platinum blonde. I think the 8N (Natural Light Blonde) is the one I would describe as a light honey blonde.

    So far as hair getting brassy, it happens most often when people go more then 2 shades lighter then their natural color.

  •  Susan
    Susan
    1/24/2013 1:12 PM

    my daughter has very thick, bottom of her booty hair. She likes the black shade. Should we go black or 1N and how many bottles do you recommend?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 1:30 PM

    @ Susan

    If your daugher's sure she wants black, then she should get what she likes- just know that 1N is very very dark.

    If her hair is that long and thick then I think she'd need two boxes. Has she tried other brands? The amount of dye in Tints is the same as other over the counter kits. If she's needed three boxes of other over-the-counter dye then she'd probably need three boxes of Tints.

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 4:43 PM

    @ Susan

    Hey Susan, I read your comment again, and you're asking about whether to choose the Black Semi Perm or the 1N, right? Sorry, I missed that the first time.

    It depends on how long she wants the color to last. The Semi Perm color will stay in for about 6-12 washes, while the permanent color will pretty much stay put.

  • Felicia
    Felicia
    1/24/2013 2:44 PM

    Is the 8N available here?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 4:45 PM

    @Felicia Hughes

    The 8N isn't listed for sale here. Hopefully they add it, if that's the right one for you.

    Customers also have mixed two different colors together to make their own custom blends. As long as you don't add the Colorfix, You can save the leftover dye and use it to cover roots

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    1/24/2013 7:18 PM

    Hi,

    I am 69 and have had silvery white hair for years. After a round of heart meds and electric conversion, my hair has began to darken, with new hair growing in black (my original color). My hair is now a dirty grey so I wonder if the chestnut brown might ameliorate the color difference... also looking for a fun change. What do you recommend?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:12 AM

    @Nancy Hubble I say go for it! The Semi Perm colors will only last for 6-12 washings, so it won't be a long commitment, and it's a very lovely reddish brown

  • Jan
    Jan
    1/24/2013 8:46 PM

    If I use a 6 Natural, Light Brown in one of those harsh permanent hair colors, would your 6N be close to the same color?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:14 AM

    @Jan

    The N colors are basically the same color from brand to brand, though people tend to find our N's can run a little darker and a little redder then they expected.

  •  Karen
    Karen
    1/25/2013 10:09 AM

    Morning!

    I have been using a perm. hair color (Permanent Light Brown - Red Mahogany (6.65) ) - I LOVE the color BUT I have just recently come across an article re: PPD ( gasp! - had no idea!!!!) and want to change to natural hair color after reading it! Is there a perm. color in this line to match my color listed above? =) Thank you so much for your time!

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:17 AM

    @ Karen

    Hi Karen! I think that you may be happiest with Tints 6TF color. It's a lovely light brown with a good deal of red in it.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Tints of Nature

Natural Hair Color

Healthier Hair Color

Maintaining the ideal hair color is tricky. Professional salons can be pricey, and at-home kits can be risky. After years of working in salons in the U.K., hair pros Steven and Stuart set out to create at-home hair color that performs on par with salon-grade hair products and is gentle on our bodies. Their creation, called Tints of Nature, maximizes the use of natural and certified organic ingredients while minimizing the use of potentially harsh or damaging chemical additives.

The botanical ingredients in Tints of Nature are there for a reason—aloe vera leaf to moisturize the scalp, orange peel and grapefruit seed to protect hair from damage, and wheat protein to add strength and shine. Tints of Nature uses peroxide because it’s necessary to activate the color, but the amount is about 50% less than what’s used in non-natural hair color kits, so it’s gentler on your scalp and hair.

Tints of Nature is everything you want from an at-home product—rich, multi-dimensional color with a healthy shine—but without any ammonia, resorcinol, paraben or propylene glycol. If you want a new look, or if you want to keep your color looking fresh in between salon visits, go natural. It’s safe, long-lasting coverage you can count on.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Nicole
    Nicole

    Hi Grommeters! When I was a teenager I dyed my hair so much with cheap drugstore alternatives that my hair was totally fried- my split ends had split ends. With certified organic ingredients, the lowest possible percentage of PPDs and no harsh ammonia, my hair feels awesome after dying it with Tints of Nature. I'm happy to be here. So ask away!

  •  Bonnie
    Bonnie
    1/24/2013 12:13 PM

    Are the semi-permanent mahogany red and the 7R the same color? One is just semi and the other perm?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:23 PM

    @ Bonnie The Mahogany Red is a deeper, darker red then the 7R

  •  Rose
    Rose
    1/24/2013 12:19 PM

    I have dark brown hair. What shade is recommended to color the gray while leaving my natural hair color the same or only slightly darker or lighter, as I do not wish to make a significant change (darker or lighter) in my overall hair color.

    Thanks.

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:26 PM

    @ Rose Without seeing your hair it's hard to tell but your color is probably one of the lower N shades, 3N, 4N, 5N. I would check out those colors and see which one comes closest to your natural color.

  •  Ev
    Ev
    1/24/2013 12:22 PM

    how long will the semipermanent color last, to cover grey? what is the difference between semi and perm?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:29 PM

    @ Ev The Semi Perm colors last for about 6-12 washings. They don't cover the grey as well as the permanent colors. The general estimate is about 80% grey coverage, while the permanent colors should cover 100%.

  •  ddl
    ddl
    1/24/2013 12:37 PM

    It would be very nice to see a chart that shows "if your hair is xxx color and you use xxx color dye, it will become xxx color."

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:47 PM

    @ ddl That's a great idea- I'll pass it on to the Sales Director. Thanks!

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    1/24/2013 12:38 PM

    I am wondering if any of the semi perms can add blond highlights to med-dark brown hair? Is that even a possibility?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 12:54 PM

    @Kate The Tints colors aren't designed to lighten hair more then two shades lighter then your natural color. If you use a golden blonde to try to highlight dark brown hair, it'll come out much more red then I think you're looking for. Tints does make a highlights kit designed to put blonde highlights in brown hair- that should get your desired result.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn
    1/24/2013 1:15 PM

    @Nicole Dumes is the highlighting kit avail from Grommet? I didn't see it

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 2:17 PM

    @kate

    Daily Grommet doesn't have the Highlights kit available at this time, but they've said they're looking into bringing it in.

  •  Leah White
    Leah White
    1/24/2013 12:41 PM

    I have an ash blonde hair and am looking to lighten it just a bit. I can't really tell if the 8C is a light brown or dark blonde? IS 10N a golden blond? I am looking for something in the honey range. Any suggestions?

    Also my hair turns Brassy easily- any complaints about that?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 1:03 PM

    @ Leah White 8C really straddles that line between light brown and dark blonde. Without seeing your hair it's so hard to tell. 10N is platinum blonde. I think the 8N (Natural Light Blonde) is the one I would describe as a light honey blonde.

    So far as hair getting brassy, it happens most often when people go more then 2 shades lighter then their natural color.

  •  Susan
    Susan
    1/24/2013 1:12 PM

    my daughter has very thick, bottom of her booty hair. She likes the black shade. Should we go black or 1N and how many bottles do you recommend?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 1:30 PM

    @ Susan

    If your daugher's sure she wants black, then she should get what she likes- just know that 1N is very very dark.

    If her hair is that long and thick then I think she'd need two boxes. Has she tried other brands? The amount of dye in Tints is the same as other over the counter kits. If she's needed three boxes of other over-the-counter dye then she'd probably need three boxes of Tints.

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 4:43 PM

    @ Susan

    Hey Susan, I read your comment again, and you're asking about whether to choose the Black Semi Perm or the 1N, right? Sorry, I missed that the first time.

    It depends on how long she wants the color to last. The Semi Perm color will stay in for about 6-12 washes, while the permanent color will pretty much stay put.

  • Felicia
    Felicia
    1/24/2013 2:44 PM

    Is the 8N available here?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/24/2013 4:45 PM

    @Felicia Hughes

    The 8N isn't listed for sale here. Hopefully they add it, if that's the right one for you.

    Customers also have mixed two different colors together to make their own custom blends. As long as you don't add the Colorfix, You can save the leftover dye and use it to cover roots

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    1/24/2013 7:18 PM

    Hi,

    I am 69 and have had silvery white hair for years. After a round of heart meds and electric conversion, my hair has began to darken, with new hair growing in black (my original color). My hair is now a dirty grey so I wonder if the chestnut brown might ameliorate the color difference... also looking for a fun change. What do you recommend?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:12 AM

    @Nancy Hubble I say go for it! The Semi Perm colors will only last for 6-12 washings, so it won't be a long commitment, and it's a very lovely reddish brown

  • Jan
    Jan
    1/24/2013 8:46 PM

    If I use a 6 Natural, Light Brown in one of those harsh permanent hair colors, would your 6N be close to the same color?

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:14 AM

    @Jan

    The N colors are basically the same color from brand to brand, though people tend to find our N's can run a little darker and a little redder then they expected.

  •  Karen
    Karen
    1/25/2013 10:09 AM

    Morning!

    I have been using a perm. hair color (Permanent Light Brown - Red Mahogany (6.65) ) - I LOVE the color BUT I have just recently come across an article re: PPD ( gasp! - had no idea!!!!) and want to change to natural hair color after reading it! Is there a perm. color in this line to match my color listed above? =) Thank you so much for your time!

  • Nicole
    Nicole – Special Guest
    1/26/2013 10:17 AM

    @ Karen

    Hi Karen! I think that you may be happiest with Tints 6TF color. It's a lovely light brown with a good deal of red in it.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.