Color Powders

Loved since 1985 – LOGONA Pure Herbal Hair Color Powder

powders LOGONA Pure Herbal Hair Color Powder is a mixture of finely ground coloring plants, enriched with wheat protein and exquisite jojoba oil from controlled organic cultivation. Hair is given beautiful color and lasting nourishment. The herbal colors in powder form are available in ten shades – from radiant golden blonde to velvety, sleek black. The LOGONA Herbal Hair Colors can also be mixed together to create truly gorgeous tones. Fancy a little makeover?

The LOGONA Pure Herbal Hair Color Powders are mixed with boiling water to form a smooth paste. To intensify the color, you can also use black tea or coffee. The mixture is easy to apply and does not drip.

Whether you want the dye to add depth or a subtle nuance to your existing color, or to change your hair color altogether, these natural hair dyes do the job without damaging your natural hair structure. The henna and other herbal ingredients coat your hair and increase volume, strengthen, condition and make your hair more glossy.

A LOGONA Herbal Hair Color combines with your individual hair color and hair structure to produce an individual color result, not completely predictable. Fine or very light hair typically binds the hair color quicker and more intensively than thicker or darker hair. Please carry out a strand test before application.

LOGONA quality guarantee

  • LOGONA Herbal Hair Colors meet strict criteria for controlled natural cosmetics (BDIH and NATRUE)
  • 100% herbal coloring
  • With organic henna from the Egyptian fair trade project Sekem Farm
  • Free from synthetic colors, fragrances and preservatives
  • Vegan and lactose-free
  • Free from peroxides, ammoniac and any other chemical substances
  • Especially gentle and long-lasting.


Henna: Shine and colour for your hair

Henna is grown in North and east Africa, in addition to large parts of Asia. It needs abundant light and warmth in order to thrive. In the Orient, the mesmerising scent of henna has been cherished for centuries. In light of its pleasant fragrance, the bush is an extremely popular garden plant. The leaves of the bush are used to make henna powder, which was already used for body painting in antiquity and has long been known as a natural hair-coloring agent.

Jojoba: Excellent care for the skin

Given that the six-metre-long roots enable an optimal supply of nutrients, this evergreen shrub is capable of withstanding the climatic extremes of the American and Mexican desert. Produced from the seeds of the plant, jojoba oil is rich in provitamin A, vitamin E and a range of minerals. Its unique fatty acid composition makes it an excellent ingredient for skincare products. Jojoba oil has a smoothing and moisturising effect.

Hibiscus: Natural beauty for your hair

During the summer, the five-petalled flowers of the hibiscus, which is also known as the marshmallow, shine in all shades from white to violet. Although the plant is originally indigenous to warm climates such as North Africa, India or Brazil, it also prospers in our gardens with a little extra care. Ground hibiscus petals lend the hair beautiful shine.

Rhubarb: For hair with more shine

Originally from the Himalayas, rhubarb gradually advanced westwards over the course of time and has been cultivated in Germany since the middle of the 19th century. The leaf stalks grow up to 70 centimetres in length and are rich in vitamins and minerals. The roots give hair beautiful shine.

Coffee: For fresh, revitalised skin

The reason why coffee is a stimulant is explained by its caffeine content. As an invigorating and stimulating pick-me-up, caffeine is also used in natural cosmetics – to stimulate the skin’s own metabolism and improve its circulation. The University of Washington in Seattle recently conducted a study in which they exposed healthy skin cells and UV damaged skin cells to caffeine. The caffeine caused the damaged cells to die while not hurting the healthy cells.

Walnut: Natural colour

More than two million years ago, the deciduous tree with the delicious fruit was already widely spread over the world, and even the climatic challenges of the ice age were no match for the sturdy walnut tree. Thanks to its elegant wood and the diverse uses for its nuts, this tree is incredibly popular. The shell of the nut is used to obtain an extract that is an ideal natural colorant for brown hair.

Turmeric: Colour and shine for blonde hair

Turmeric hails from South Asia. In addition to its spicy aroma, the plant is renowned for its natural colorant, curcumin, which is an intense orange-yellow tone. In India, turmeric is an integral part of traditional Ayurvedic medicine. The ground roots of the plant give light- to medium-blonde hair beautiful color and shine.

Wheat: For manageable, protected hair

When wheat or any other cereal is processed, sieving the flour yields wheat bran – a collective term for the residue from the hulls, germ buds and aleurone layer. Nevertheless, the bran is much more than a ‘waste product’, and is replete with fibre, minerals and vitamins. Wheat bran extract improves the combability of damp hair and prevents static electricity. Wheat protein is a natural component of wheat flour that remains after the extraction of starch. As an active ingredient in haircare products, wheat protein forms a protective layer around the hair strands, thus providing a barrier against harmful environmental and weather influences. It also makes hair more manageable. Wheat protein improves moisture retention and wound healing, and leaves skin beautifully firm.

Beetroot: A powerful coloring agent

From its Mediterranean homeland, this cultivated form of the common turnip has gradually spread around the world. Its red color is due to its high betaine content. Given that it is rich in vitamins, iron, potassium and folic acid, beetroot is an extremely popular vegetable all over the globe. The dried and ground roots of the beetroot has an antioxidative effect and give hair a beautifully natural color.