Advanced Formula Water Colour The world’s first long lasting natural hair colouring range with no active bleaching hair tint colours, alcohol or ammonia and free from PPD. Simply add water, shake and apply.
Daniel Field natural hair dye adds natural colour and covers grey hair naturally. For extra conditioning benefits re-apply the natural hair colour monthly. Because these colours do not contain an active bleaching agent, ammonia or alcohol, they will not lighten your hair. Any colour samples shown indicate the approximate shade when applied to white hair. Order online and save 50p off per bottle – online only! What our customers say “I’ve bleached my hair for 45 years. Last year my hair began to split and fallout – cue panic stations!
I discovered Daniel Field Water Colours on the web – joy, no bleach! I use the palest soft golden blonde, 9. It’s a fantastic colour that leaves my hair in very good condition with lots of body to it. I’m so happy that now I’ll never have to use bleach again. My hair is a beautiful light golden blonde. I don’t know what I’d do without The Daniel Field Water Colour!
Fast Friendly service and the products are fab! Thank you for such a personal and excellent service. The improvement of my hair texture and glossiness of pre-coloured hair had returned after using it just for the first time. Having used it on a regular basis, my hair has definitely become thicker as I no longer use harsh chemical on my hair. For me, it isn’t just a hair colour that covers the grey, but it is also a conditioning treatment. A hairdresser colors a client’s hair.
Hair coloring, or hair dyeing, is the practice of changing the hair color. Hair coloring can be done professionally by a hairdresser or independently at home. Copenhagen having reported using hair dye according to a study by the University of Copenhagen. Diodorus Siculus, a Greek Historian described in detail of how the Celtic people dyed their hair Blonde: “Their aspect is terrifying They are very tall in stature, with rippling muscles under clear white skin.
Their hair is blond, but not naturally so: they bleach it, to this day, artificially, washing it in lime and combing it back from their foreheads. Portrait of Lafayette in 1830, aged 73, with pitch-black hair. The dyeing of hair is an ancient art that involves treatment of the hair with various chemical compounds. In ancient times, the dyes were obtained from plants. Hair color was traditionally applied to the hair as one overall color.
The modern trend is to use several colors to produce streaks or gradations, not all work on top of a single base color. Highlighting, where sections of hair are treated with lighteners, and they usually create blonde streaks. Lowlighting, where sections of hair are treated with darker hair color. There are also newer application techniques such as ombré, in which hair is dark on the crown and bit by bit becomes lighter toward the ends, and splashlights, in which a horizontal band of bleached hair stretches from ear to ear. This keeps the color only on the desired pieces of hair and protects the rest of the hair. Cap, when a plastic cap is placed tight on the head and strands are pulled through with a hook.
This method is not frequently practiced anymore with the exception of short hair highlighting. Balayage, where hair color is painted directly onto sections of the hair with no foils used to keep the color contained. This method is growing in popularity because of its ability to look more natural and less placed. Dipping or tip dyeing, similar to balayage in that the color is painted directly on the hair, this focuses on a more solid level of coverage on the ends of the hair. All application techniques can be used with any type of color.
For lightening, the hair will sometimes have to be bleached before coloring. Root Touch-Up, where color is applied only to the most recent section of re-growth. Usually the first inch of hair from the scalp. 6 weeks as the natural color grows in and becomes apparent. People who color their hair to try and cover gray often do these root touch-ups. All-Over Color, where the individual desires for all of their hair to be a different solid color. Permanent hair color generally contains ammonia and must be mixed with a developer or oxidizing agent in order to permanently change hair color.