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  • Dyes are formulated to give hair long-lasting and richly hued colors, but several factors — from mechanical to environmental — can accelerate color changes and fading.
  • In general, hair dyes include dyes, modifiers, antioxidents, alkalizers, soaps, ammonia, wetting agents, fragrance, and a variety of other chemicals used in small amounts that impart special qualities to hair (such as softening the texture) or give a desired action to the dye (such as making it more or less permanent).
  • The four most common classifications of hair colouring are permanent, demi-permanent (sometimes called deposit only), semi-permanent, and temporary
  • The first commercial hair-coloring product was invented by Eugene Schuller in 1909.
  • In the recent years, the demand for hair dye has been increasing. More and more people are concerned with the color of their hair, whether it is to hide gray hair or to experiment with new colors.
  • Other chemicals used in hair dyes act as modifiers, which stabilize the dye pigments or otherwise act to modify the shade.
  • Most permanent hair colouring technology uses a 150-year-old approach that uses p-phenylenediamine (PPD), a chemical that produces darker,
    browner shades when exposed to air
  • A great majority of the dyes used in hair colouring are known as oxidation hair dyes.
  • Oxidation dyes, the more permanent of the two groups, are produced directly on the hair by oxidizing aromatic diamines such as para-phenylenediamine or 2,5-diaminotoluene with an oxidizing agent.
  • New understandings in genetics and biology and the role of DNA in dictating the color, condition and health of hair are taking hair-coloring technology into a whole new realm.
  • Scientists are looking into hair-coloring techniques of the future, including nano-sized colorants and substances that stimulate the genes to produce melanin pigment that colors hair
  • New discoveries in hair biology and coloring chemistry have led to significant advances in hair coloring products and possibilities, reducing
    the trade-o s in hair health.
  • Extensive studies have concluded that hair colorants are safe when used as directed and pose no health risk to pregnant women, unborn babies or infants.
  • Hair Coloring
  • General Introduction to the Chemistry of Dyes
  • What Is Organic Hair Coloring?
  • Hair Color Research Update
  • Hair coloring


  • Godrej Liquid Hair Dye
  • Look's hair Dye Brown
  • Mastey Teinture Zero Ammonia Permanent Color
  • Zero Ammonium Tenture


  • Anagen Hair Dye
  • Ammoniacal Oxidation (Permanent) Hair Colors
  • All-Nutrient Professional Cream Haircolor
  • Cream Hair Colour
  • Herbal Henna Hair Dye
  • Rusk Deepshine


  • Effect of Base Components on the Properties of Oxidation Hair Dyes
  • Bigen Hair Dye Ingredients
  • Hair Types and Required Specific Ingredients for Conditioning Treatments
  • 1H-Imidazolium, 2-[(4-aminophenyl)azo]-1,3-dimethyl-, chloride
  • Hair Colour Ingredients
  • Ingredients
  • Meadowestolide


  • Hair Colorant Technology Advances Further
  • Nanotechnology could provide future for hair coloring, study
  • New Technology to make hair dyeing more natural permanent
  • Protection of Oxidative Hair Colour Fading from Shampoo Stripping
    by Styleze
  • Current Trends in the Chemistry of Permanent Hair Dyeing


  • Hair dye
  • Temporary hair dye composition
  • Hair dye stabilizer
  • Hair dye composition
  • Semipermanent hair dye composition
  • Oxidation hair dye composition

Formulation Process

  • Hair Color Chemistry
  • Formulation and evaluation of commonly used natural hair colorants
  • Henna based hair cream preparation
  • Hair Dye Making Process
  • Hair Coloring Products
  • Color Hair Dye and Developer
  • Fast Analysis of Hair Dyes
  • Influence of matrix compounds on the analysis of oxidative hair dyes by HPLC
  • Hair Dyes Are Mutagenic
  • Hair Coloring with Oxidation
    Dye Intermediates
  • Anaphylactic Reaction
  • Spectroscopic Analysis of Oxidative Hair Dyes in Some Hair Coloring Formulations
  • Testing Hair Dyes
  • Godrej Expert ” India’s Largest Selling Hair Color ” In A Brighter Avataar
  • Domestic Consumption
  • The increasing demand for hair color products

Effects and Risk

  • Occupational exposures of Haridressers and barbers and personal use of hair colourants
  • Prospective study of ingestional hair dye poisoning in Northern India (Prohina)
  • Hair Dye Poisoning
  • Hair Dye Poisoning in a Tertiary Care Hospital
  • Hair Dye Poisoning - Case Report 
  • Hair Dye Poisoning causing Acute Renal Failure
  • Hair Dye Ingestion – An Uncommon Cause of Acute Kidney Injury

Company Profiles

  • Company from Maharashtra
  • Company from India
  • Company from Haryana
  • Company from New Delhi
  • Company from Rajasthan
  • Company from Tamil Nadu
  • Company from Uttar Pradesh
  • Another Company from Rajasthan
  • Company from New Jersey


  • Consultant from Pennsylvania
  • Consultant from Mumbai
  • Consultant from Thailand
  • Consultant from India


  • Suppliers of Hair Dye
  • Indian Suppliers
  • Manufacturers


  • The Association between Prolonged Occupational Exposure to Paraphenylenediamine (Hair-dye) and Renal Impairment
  • Hair Dye Substances and their skin sensitising properties
  • Severe aplastic anaemia following the use of hair dye: report of two cases and review of literature

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