The product’s marketing material states that Black shampoo “colors your hair black in just 5 minutes and lasts up to 4 weeks,” but how accurate is this claim? I’ve wanted to write about this hair care product for a long time, so let’s finally get around to it. Enough waiting around.

Here in this review, I’ll walk you through the ingredients, the best and fastest way to apply this shampoo dye, and—most importantly—my impressions of the product along with a before and after photo.

Black shampoo REVIEW 

Black shampoo

Thanks to a negative coworker who insisted on telling me it wouldn’t work, the shampoo dye sat on my shelves for months before I finally plucked up the courage to use it on a client. I couldn’t bring myself to test the shampoo on a reluctant customer since no one else had tried it. The shampoo dye’s manufacturer claims that it wasn’t created merely to alter hair color. Other advantageous qualities of Black shampoo Hair Shampoo include the following:

  • transparent; It nourishes and fortifies the roots and hair.
  • It makes the hair appear shiny and silky.

I must admit that the final black color impressed me after the entire process. As I continue to use the review, I will update it.

Update: It should come as no surprise that our Black shampoo test subject returned after two weeks and the color had faded. He said, “Every day,” when I asked how often he washes his hair.

It lasted for a comparable amount of time when I used it on a woman, which isn’t too bad for a Black shampoo, in my opinion. It’s unrealistic to expect dye to last eight weeks, especially if you’re purchasing a multipurpose dye with three uses. Nobody expects dye to last forever.

Black shampoo works, but it doesn’t last as long as regular hair dye, so your fear is probably justified. The longest you should expect to go without washing your hair every day is three to four weeks.


Black shampoo

Each sachet of BLACK HAIR SHAMPOO contains two agents: colorant and developer.

  • Sodium Laureth Sulfate, cocamide DEA, propylene Glycol Stearate, sodium lauryl sulfate, m-Aminophenol, resorcinol, sodium erythorbate, sodium erythorbate, Acrylates/Steareth-20 methacrylate copolymer, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Parfum, and ethanolamine are the ingredients of Part A.
  • The contents of Part B are as follows: water, sodium laureth sulfate, propylene glycol, cocamide DEA, sodium lauryl sulfate, disodium phosphate, phosphoric acid, hydrogen peroxide, oxyquinoline sulfate, and etidronic acid.


If you are using it for the first time, the first important thing you should do is a strand or patch test. This test will show you if your hair is compatible with the dye, so you don’t experience full-scale allergic reactions. To do this, you should take a small amount of the shampoo dye content and apply it to the skin behind your ears. Or apply to some hair strands that are not easily visible. 

  • Give your hair a regular wash and let it air dry. The few hours it takes for your hair to dry are always worth it because hair dye works best on dry hair. 
  • To prevent staining, apply any oil around your neck, ears, and hairline. If you have long hair, I suggest wearing a black overall or apron with a black towel around your neck.
  • Put on your safety goggles. The complete pack contains ten free pairs of nylon gloves, one for each hand (left and right).
  • Transfer the dye mixture into a tiny bowl made of plastic or stainless steel by pressing it out. After fully combining, apply it to your hair. If the shampoo dye starts to turn black quickly, don’t worry. (That’s just how it is.)
  • Ladies, don’t forget to clip each of your four sections of hair. Section by section, make sure the dye is applied evenly to cover all of your hair. One should use two to three sachets at a time if their hair is long or thick.
  • Lastly, give your hair a good shampoo and water rinse. You have the option of blow-drying it or letting it air dry.
  • Note From Manufacturer: If the temperature is low or the hair is stiff or resistant, the coloring effect may be impacted. Give it another 15 to 20 minutes to sit on your hair if the black color you got isn’t quite perfect. 


Black shampoo is a reasonably common product, so your local supermarket should carry it. But if you still can’t find it, you can purchase it from any online retailer, including Amazon (#ad).

The pack I used on my clients cost, and I bought it from a nearby supermarket. Depending on where and how you’re buying (online vs. offline), the price could be higher or lower.


I hope my clumsy attempt to capture the before and after photos conveys the idea even though I didn’t have access to a studio camera.

IS black hair dye shampoo SAFE?

Black shampoo

Based on my observations, the shampoo did not cause any negative reactions in any of my clients, nor did it show any characteristics that would lead me to believe it to be dangerous. It appears that none of the ingredients are hazardous, so using it shouldn’t present any issues.

This is by no means support for Black hair dye Shampoo, and we will continue to recommend strand and patch testing before using any type of hair color. No hair product is 100% safe for every person; you don’t want to experience an allergic reaction to find out about it.


Although Black Shampoo is a great alternative for those seeking a transient black color, it won’t last as long as traditional black hair dye. It’s an even more potent option because it’s less expensive than regular dye.8

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