Walnut shells have been used as a dye from time immemorial. They were used to dye wool and linen. They are also traditionally used as a natural hair dye. The powder comes from the green outer shell rather than the brown stone. This part of the fruit falls off when it’s time to harvest the walnuts. They are first air-dried then ground to a fine powder. The walnut has been a versatile nut tree since the earliest generations. It was considered a symbol of fertility and used as a versatile household remedy. It originally came from the Mediterranean and was brought to the rest of Europe by the Romans.
Walnut shell powder leaves hair a warm brown with a silky sheen. It envelopes the hair, strengthening it and protecting it from environmental influences. It also gives it more volume. So it’s especially suitable for fine hair.
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