Frequently Asked Questions

Not everyone knows about plant-based, and that's normal!

Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions and our answers.

For any other questions, a contact form is available below.

It's quite possible to cover white hair with plant-based colors. We receive many clients at the salon who come for this.  
No, not exactly, we have written an article on this subject which describes the differences. Read the article.
Henna is a plant, but with each application, the hair dries out. Also, always check where the henna you buy comes from as some contain lead which is added to set the color. More details in video...
During pregnancy, the body is more fragile, many doctors advise women not to color their hair because care must be taken with substances in contact with the skin. Coloring hair during this period is possible, but not with just any color. Consult the Biocoiff file on this subject.
The 2 types of colorations do not have the same course of action on the hair fiber. We have summarized these differences. Here is the latest Biocoiff' film prepared for you. You will understand in images how the organic colors work and what the benefits are.
YES. For afro hair, we have a special formula based on shea butter, rosewood balm and other magical substances :-) that perfectly moisturize and nourish this type of hair... You can find this wonderful product here
Unlike what is believed or what some people would have us believe, plant-based colors last over time and even have positive characteristics that appear over time. Charley develops the subject in video...
This question is often asked in organic shops, sometimes with great emotion. No, of course, the products used at Biocoiff' are obviously not tested on animals. It goes without saying that animal testing is totally incompatible with the very idea of natural cosmetics. Nor do they contain products derived from animals. Some vegan associations come to Biocoiff'. For this reason, the Biocoiff' salon was a partner of the Paris Vegan Day for which it took care of the hairstyles of all the models on the catwalk. See the pictures
At Biocoiff, the colors are prepared on the spot, in the salon's "laBIOratory" and in a custom manner. No two clients have the same formula. We shot a small video as an example with Charley's explanations.

Depending on the percentage of white hair and the desired color, we will need to apply one or two layers of coloring. If the percentage of white hair is around 60% and the desired color is dark, a two-step coloring will be required: a first layer will be applied and rinsed, then the second layer will be applied and rinsed.

The colors used at Biocoiff are in fact blends elaborated on site according to each client. The origin of the different pigments is diverse: Biocoiff" has today its own range entirely from organic production. A skilful blend made at Biocoiff in the salon's "laBIOratory" allows the desired color to be obtained.
Plant-based colors should be the only ones that exist. We are tempted to answer that they are for everyone. Covering white hair, changing appearances, making highlights, plant-based colors are adapted to every wish except one: wanting to become blond when you are a brunette...The advantage of plant-based colors is that they are also care products that restore quality to hair. For health reasons, they are also intended for people with allergies, pregnant women, people undergoing heavy treatments who cannot continue to use chemical hair colors. Click here.
Most women discover plant-based hair colors late, after having damaged their beautiful hair by doing chemical hair colorings, whereas doing plant-based colors from an early age has many advantages... Click here.

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