Caring the Greys - Herbishh Black Shampoo For Hair Works Wonders


Do you feel embarrassed for your greying hair? You should not! Grey hairs imply your experience and growth as a human being. However, if you wish to have black hair while not damaging the texture of your grey strands, then we at Herbishh have brought you Black Color shampoo for hair that is completely safe and natural. Besides our hair color shampoo in black color, we would like to suggest you a few more things to keep your greys or hair strands in general healthy and shining for long. Check out the expert tips below:

  • Lather up with our hair color shampoo black regularly

For combating the yellowish tinge tendency of your grey hair, you need to use our herbal black hair color shampoo at least twice a month. It is an ammonia-free formula that is gentle and caring on your hair helping in bringing back the natural hue of hair black within 10 minutes and lasts up to 3 to 4 weeks. It works quickly and conveniently as shampoo while the active botanicals present in it replenish your hair from roots to tips for revealing healthy and lustrous strands. Moreover, our hair color shampoo in black plays three roles i.e. shampoo, conditioner and color. So take advantage of this 3-in-1 product to keep your greys healthy while coloring.

  • Avoid Using Heavy Styling Products

When you use heavier styling product formulas like pomades, waxes or finishing oils, it can build up on the hair and make your greys look dowdy. Similarly, when you use chemical-laden hair colors, shampoos and conditioners, these can potentially stain your greys. Therefore, you must stick to herbal products that are rich in active botanicals and are devoid of harsh chemicals.

  • Keep Your Strands Protected

UV rays from the sun, pollution and water can impact your grey tones and make them look dull, muddy or brassy over time. To avoid or minimize the negative effects of such impacts we at Herbishh suggest you choose chemical-free products that boast environmental shields protecting your hair from pollution. Also, you can consider using a clarifying shampoo once a month to get rid of any build-up especially if you use hard tap water to wash your hair or reside in a highly polluted urban area.

  • Condition Your Grey Locks

Grey hairs tend to be drier and more brittle than natural hair so to ensure the smoothness, and shine of your grey locks it is essential to use a good conditioner every time you shampoo. Also you must deep condition your greys at least once a month. Our black hair color shampoo also conditions your greys while shampooing and coloring them. So give this magical product a try and you will thank us later! It will not only smoothen and nourish your hair strands but also minimize frizzes.

A Pro Tip:

Avoid plucking your grey hairs. Not because it will cause more to grow in its place, but it has the risk of damaging your scalp and hair follicle. Repetitive plucking can lead to unruly, wiry and coarse grey hair! So stop plucking your greys today!

Want to know more about our hair products? Or need help with grey hair maintenance and care? Contact us today.


  • Herbishh

    Hi Gurmit,

    How to use Herbishh Hair Color Shampoo (Shake well before use)

    Step 1: Apply on CLEAN and DRY HAIR
    Step 2: Put on plastic gloves (provided inside) before opening the container of the Herbishh Hair Color Shampoo.
    Step 3: Apply the desired amount of Herbishh Hair Color Shampoo to your hair.
    Step 4: Keep it for 15-20 minutes until the shampoo is evenly distributed on the hair (20-25 minutes for stubborn gray hair).
    Step 5: Rinse well with water.

    If you feel further cleaning/conditioning is required, you can use regular shampoo and conditioner.

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  • Gurmit Kaur

    Do you ship to Malaysia?
    Do I use this in the shower and just rinse off like a normal shampoo?
    How long do I have to keep it on my scalp?
    Will the color run as I wash my hair after that?
    I have used a different type before where the color runs and stains my clothes when my hair is damp……hope this is not the case.

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