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Caca Rouge Mama Hair Henna by LUSH

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2.8 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
About the Product
  • We use the finest Persian henna, which has been used since ancient times to dye the skin and hair.
  • The leaves are dried and ground into a powder and it is this, mixed with conditioning cocoa butter, which forms the basis of our Cacas.
  • 1. Cut henna up into small pieces and put in a heatproof bowl.
  • Always do a strand test first
  • Persian Henna
Good things are worth the wait! LUSH products are handmade in Canada, which means delivery may take up to 10 to 15 business days.


Product Description

Release the flame-haired temptress within! Caca Rouge is the reddest of our henna dyes and is sure to get you noticed

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0016OCTLM
  • UPC: 701194721749
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,317 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)

Customer Reviews

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I've used Lush's Caca Rouge henna a couple of times so far, and I love it. The color and texture of my hair are amazing! If you're looking for a natural-looking, soft and shiny, gorgeous red/auburn color, I highly recommend this product!!
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I was very nervous about trying this product and read every single review I could find beforehand. I naturally have strawberry blonde hair that absorbs color easily. My usual experience with red hair color, even tints, is my hair taking on a shade reminiscent of Ronald McDonald's. I was annoyed to learn that it would take so long for the color to develop, but I was pretty sick on this particular day, thought I could quickly get it in my hair, wrap it up and lie down for a while. I broke off three cubes, sliced them into little bits and poured boiled water over them until I achieved a slightly runny, muddy texture that felt like it contained bits of sand (yuck). I made my mixture a little thinner in consistency than most people have mentioned so it would be easier to apply. I let the mixture sit for a while, then applied to dry hair. It took FOREVER to coat my slightly-past-my-shoulder length hair, but that wasn't the annoying part. No matter how carefully I tried to apply, little bits of it went EVERYWHERE. When I finally had my entire head covered, I had the task of cleaning my entire bathroom. It was so disgusting, tiny little bits of dry henna everywhere that would practically explode when I wiped them up. It took longer cleaning my bathroom than it did applying the product. Also, I just have to mention something else. This is totally my fault, but since everyone mentioned that it took around 3-6 hours for the color develop, I didn't even think about wearing gloves. BIG mistake! My hands were orange for days!!!

Aside from the horror of the application process, the color turned out nicely. It's much darker and brighter than I'd anticipated. It was actually the exact shade of a penny, a rich, rusty-orangey red.
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I have used body art quality henna from other retailers online several years before, and they have always turned out great. This was my first time using Lush henna, and it ruined my hair. I followed the directions (chopping up the black, boiling water, stirring until smooth, ect.) and I did not add anything else just as the directions say not to. For some reason, this Caca Rouge "red" henna turned my hair this horrible ashy green color. I had virgin hair that was light brown, and I had nothing on my hair..., no weird sprays or leave-in treatments. There was not a hint of red in my hair, only a tinge that made my hair look like it was grey-green! My hair was also crunchy and ashy looking. My only thought is that maybe someone messed up the formula, because there was no red to be found. Also, I do not understand why they use cocoa butter in their formula when traditional henna users avoid oils in their mixes because it prevents the color from attaching to the hair easily. I guess this is why most people say Lush is like a "weak" form of henna (believe me, it is not pure henna, there's a menagerie of ingredients in those blocks that I feel are unnecessary). Lastly, what is up with all this chopping and boiling, and having to keep the stuff warm while you apply it? That just seems annoying considering I apply me henna, like many people, in the bathroom, while my stove is...in the kitchen! You can keep it warm if you buy a double boiler that plugs in, or you can try keeping a bowl of hot water under your henna bowl, but this seems costly/ sloppy, not to mention the mix itself is VERY sloppy, even more so than normal powdered body art quality henna. Excuse me for being so harsh and drawn out with this review, but my hair is GREEN, and I'm peeved!
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I've been applying henna to my hair for about a year now. I just want to say, all the former reviews are dead on and great. Thank you all for taking your time to explain. I tried Caca Rouge on a whim. I usually use powdered Jamila henna, but the convenience of Caca Rouge was appealing. No waiting 12 hrs (people who use henna alot know exactly what I mean)The instructions are simple. I made a slight mess, nothing too bad. I'm not sure if I made a mistake, but it was very crumbly in my hair.I used only boiling water as instructed, so I'm not sure what happened. Don't know how else to describe it, it just wasn't a smooth application. Left it on for about 2 hrs. It oxidized over the next 4 days in to a lovely deep red ( I have very dark brown hair with lighter tips) washing it out sucks. I was left with little bits of what have you, that has since gone away, but it looked like I was homeless for awhile.
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This product is both time consuming and extremely messy. There is no way around the mess unless you line the entire bathroom.

Because I have relatively long hair and medium brown with auburn highlights, it was suggested I use the entire block rather then a few bars from it. Grating the block down was taking a long time so I finally put it in a zip lock bag and took a hammer to it. Stress release while breaking up the bar!

Once mixed with the hot water (of which there is no instruction on how much water) the henna turns a dark caca color and dare I say consistency. I used gloves to put it in my hair. The product wanted nothing to do with my hair and rolled off onto the floor often enough that I actually used my shower to finish putting it in my hair. It looked like a horror scene in my bathroom once in finished.

I only left it on for an hour and I did see some results. So it does work. I am not ready to further sacrifice my bathroom so I will be trying another brand in the future as I really like the natural look.
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