This product contains ingredients which may cause skin irritation on certain individuals. Do not apply heat to this product under any circumstances. This product must not be used for dyeing the eyelashes or eyebrows; to do so, may cause blindness. Rinse eyes immediately if hair color comes into contact with them. Wear suitable gloves.

Hair colorants can cause severe allergic reactions. Read and follow instructions. This product is not intended for use on persons under the age of 16. Temporary “black henna” tattoos may increase your risk of allergy.


  • There is a rash on your face or you have a sensitive, irritated, or damaged scalp.

  • If you have experienced a reaction to a temporary “black henna” tattoo in the past.


  • If you experience stinging, burning or rash during coloring, then wash off immediately and discontinue use.

  • If you experience dizziness, faintness or shortness of breath or swelling of eyes or face during coloring, then wash off immediately, discontinue use, seek medical attention and contact our team

  • If after your coloring you experience itching, rash, blistering or swelling of the scalp, skin or eyes, then seek medical attention and contact our team at

  • Perform a patch test 48 hours before using product, even if you have already had a color service at The Cellar Salon. If you experience rash or burning you may be having an allergic reaction to this product.

  • Wash out immediately, discontinue use and contact The Cellar Salon. Note that a successful patch test does not guarantee you won’t be allergic to this product in future.


The Cellar Salon requests that all new or existing guests that have not had color done within the last 6 months, answer the following two questions before proceeding:

  1. Have you taking any thyroid medications within the past 2 years?

  2. Have you undergone chemotherapy or radiation within the past 2 years?

If the answer is yes to either or both questions, a patch test MUST be done before doing the service color.


  1. Clean an area the size of a quarter in the bend of your elbow with soap and water. Pat dry.

  2. Using a plastic utensil (not a metal utensil), mix a few drops of the hair color developer with a few drops of hair color in a plastic or glass container.

  3. Tightly (and immediately) recap the hair color and hair color developer bottles.

  4. Apply the mixture to the test area with a cotton swab or cotton ball.

  5. Let the test spot dry. Do not wash, cover, or disturb the area for 48 hours.

  6. Examine the test area periodically over the next 48 hours.

If you experience any reaction in or around the test area, such as redness, burning, swelling, or irritation, do not color your hair until you consult a doctor.