Sunday, March 7, 2010
Vegan Hair Color
*Cheveux Hair Designs uses Organic Color Systems (vegan, organic) and Pureology products which are also entirely vegan. [Mesa]
*Honeycomb Organic Hair Studio is vegan-owned and uses Organic Color Systems (vegan, organic) and they use vegan styling products. [Phoenix]
I saw a couple of websites make reference to the All-Nutrient Haircolor as a vegan product. I was unable to substantiate this on the manufacturer's website, and I tried contacting them via email but did not hear back so I cannot confirm this. They also don't list a salon-finder for All-Nutrient, however I know that Pin-Ups Salon in Phoenix uses the All-Nutrient Haircolor and they list the product as vegan. However, their other hair products from Iden International use a lot of bee products. Pin-Ups Salon is a green salon and might have alternatives and would be worth a call to investigate.
Vegan-Friendly Professional Hair Color Products
*Aveda (double check for products with honey and beeswax)
*Paul Mitchell (double check for products with honey, silk protein, and beeswax)
*Organic Color Systems (100% vegan, organic)
*All-Nutrient Haircolor (??)
Of course, if you have a beloved regular hair stylist who currently uses non-vegan products, I bet in most cases they would be willing to order in a few special products for you. Just ask.
And then for the do-it-yourselfers out there, there are additional options.
*Lush Brand Hennas [Lush @Scottsdale Fashion Square, Online]
*JASON Color Enhancing Shampoos (black, brown, blonde, red) & Color Sealant Conditioner [Online]
You can keep up-to-date on cruelty-free and vegan friendly products with Caring Consumer’s website. There are a few more hair color products there that I did not explore, if you want to see what else might be available.
Caring Consumer: Main Site , Hair Color Products