I used henna from Lush on my hair. It comes in a block. My hairdresser applied it for me, but I found I needed a fraction of the amount they recommended. Unfortunately, it isn't much good if you don't like red hair. Good luck!
did you find out about the hair dye would be interested. also what do you know about the parabens in hair colours my names gina first time on this site lm 6months down the track since treatment x
My hairdresser specialises in post chemo hair and colouring. She says you shouldn't have an all over colour until 12 months after chemo, unless it's a 100% natural non-permanent dye. However, she says that foils are OK from as soon as there is enough hair to grab hold of- (In my case about 1.5-2cm), as the dye doesn't touch the scalp. I researched various hair dye brands to find the most natural/low chemical/gentle. Bascially any permanent hair dye will contain some chemicals, and darker shades are more chemical laden. There's a lot of 'green wash' out there, and I found that Aveda wasn't as eco-friendly as I first thought. I settled on Organic Colour Systems as the best around for me, and it has actually improved the condition of my hair, as has the protein treatment my hairdresser uses. If you live in Devon, consider Raggamuffins in Kenton- They've been really helpful and I'm delighted with my post chemo hair thanks to them. I've also been using Intelligent Nurients styling products as a no chemical option, and they are great, although expensive.