Bigen Hair Colours - permanant powder hair colour
Bigen to me always reminds me of home and evenings spent colouring my mothers hair. Little did I know that as adults ourselves, this was valuable time we share as memories.
Bigen - a 60 year old established Japanese brand Hoyu product. A hair colour that contains no Ammonia and does not require Hydrogen Peroxide to lighten the hair...furthermore it's so easy to mix needing just tap water and for us teens (at the time), we didn't make a mess either! 20 mins later...bye bye greys!
Bigen is not just for 'Mum's but can be used by any of today's women with darker hair tones who wish to cover their greys.
Available in many shades and in a handy small box that doesn't take up much space in your cupboard. What's great is that the box is not for one use only and has enough powder for multiple uses.
When used correctly, grey hair is covered so well that Mum would refuse to use any other dye and didn't visit the salon for colouring. Mum always has that natural looking colour to her hair.
Whilst researching, I came across the issue of Sodium Perborate and it's use in Bigen Hair Colour. I reached out to Bigen and can happily confirm that whilst this was an issue in 2016 when the EU suddenly banned it's use on health grounds, Sodium Perborate is no longer present in Bigen Hair Dye.....altogether now...."The difference is big..." sorry couldn't help it!
Bigen are aware I am writing this post as I contacted them for information and images following a comment made to me by a client on safety and I wanted to be more informed as i'm regularly asked about this product. No products or payment has been made or received in relation to this post.
Bigen can be bought in the UK from Pharmacy's, Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Tesco, Amazon, Ebay, and your local Indian grocery stores. It is also available outside of the UK across 70 countries worldwide.
A huge range of shades from rich reds, burgundys to rich browns and the darker tones to black as well as a golden brown.