Tints of Nature: Haircare Review *

Greetings Readers!

Today I have a review on some products I was recently sent from the brand Tints of Nature. Tints of Nature is a UK based haircare and hair colouring brand which is made from natural ingredients in the New Forest.

The brand reached out to me and asked if they could send me some haircare products (as I don’t actually colour my hair) to review and I was really keen to try them after reading so many positive reviews online.

Now I don’t tend to review products so quickly after receiving them, but I’ve tried this range out a couple of times already and I can honestly say that I’m impressed. Anyone who knows me knows I don’t tend to review haircare a lot, I’m very particular with haircare and I only review things that I really like using. Well, Tints of Nature has certainly qualified for a dedicated blog post.

Brand Values

  • Cruelty Free
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Sustainable
  • Made with Natural Ingredients
  • Paraben and Sulphate Free

They have a range of different hair dyes, hair They sent me 4 things from their Hydrate range to review including their shampoo and conditioner, hair treatment and aerosol free dry shampoo. The range is formulated with Black Oats, Comfrey, Aloe Vera and Chamomile Flower. I’ve been trying them out over the past couple of days and here are some of my thoughts on them.

Hydrate Shampoo and Conditioner

They Contain…

  • Black Oats
  • Almond Oil
  • Chamomile Flower
  • Sunflower Seed Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Aloe Vera

Now I will admit I haven’t tried that much in the way of Sulphate-free haircare. But in an industry with a growing demand for Sulphate-free products, I think it’s time to start branching out.

The first thing I noticed about the shampoo and conditioner was their scent, they have a really sweet, slightly fruity scent. The scent lingers on the hair afterwards and I could still smell it for Horus after washing it.

Now admittedly, the shampoo doesn’t lather up like a regular shampoo would that may contain Sulphates. But it does still have a pretty decent lather and my hair and scalp did feel clean after using it.

Because it’s made with Aloe Vera I found that it felt very soothing on my scalp and once my hair was dry it didn’t feel stripping at all. The conditioner had a creamy texture and was easy to comb through the hair and to rinse out afterwards.

Hydrate Hair Treatment

Price: £8.99

An intensive pre-conditioner hair treatment which can be used to hydrate the hair or as a pre-colour treatment.

It Contains…

  • Comfrey
  • Chamomile Flower
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Black Oats
  • Aloe Vera

The way that this works is that you apply it to shampooed, towel dried hair and leave it on for 15 minutes before rising it out and applying the conditioner.

It’s really intensive hydrating treatment which adds hydration to dry, damaged hair hair and can also be used before applying your hair dye to help it absorb more colour.

It’s a very thick treatment and has the same amazing scent. When I rinsed it out and then applied a layer of conditioner for a few minutes I really found that after it was dry it was so easy to put the brush through it. It didn’t tangle or knot as easily and my hair felt really soft and conditioned. But it still felt very clean.

Dry Shampoo

Price: £9.99

  • No Aerosol
  • Lasts up to 100 washes

Now of course its no mystery that Aerosol isn’t great for us and It certainly isn’t great for the environment. So that fact that there are more Natural alternatives on the market is great. This Dry Shampoo is made with a mixture of Tapioca Starch, Corn Starch and Potato Starch.

The texture of the product kind of reminds me of the Lush No Drought Dry Shampoo. It looks a little like a nasal spray, it’s very compact. You pump this into your routes and then massage and brush it into your hair. It does have definitely have a magnifying feeling, not quite to the extent of ordinary dry shampoos. But, the upside about that is that it doesn’t make your hair feel dry or crispy. So, I’d say this is a good product to use to keep your routes fresher for an extra day or so or if your exercising and just want to revive your roots a little.

All in all, I have to say I’m very impressed with this brand, I love the ethics of this brand and the fact that these are products that actually do work for my hair. The scent of the products is beautiful and it made my hair feel so soft and nourished after using the.

I’d definietley say if your looking for some quality Cruelty Free haircare, definitely give Tints of Nature a try.

Have you tried Tints of Nature before?

Until Next Time

Fashioneyesta xx

Disclaimer: This blog posts contains Gifted products. All views expressed are my own and this blog contains NO affiliate links.

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Emily is a Masters Degree Student, Writer, Journalist, YouTuber and blogger who runs the blog and YouTube channel fashioneyesta.com.

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