How to use henna dye color
Before applying henna, wash your hair thoroughly. It is good if the shampoo contains strong detergents. On the other hand, silicons, quaternium and its derivatives and film-forming substances are not recommended. Hair should be cleaned of impurities and remnants of cosmetics that could prevent the dye from binding to the hair’s keratin. If you have hard water and the shampoo with which you washed your hair before applying the mixture did not contain Tetrasodium EDTA or Disodium EDTA, you can additionally chelate your hair with a self-made chelating mask, which will remove mineral deposits built up on the hair (they reduce the durability of the effects of henning) . The easiest solution is to stock up on EDTA shampoo (for henning).
Preparation of Black Henna
Henna should be poured into a bowl and mixed with approx. 150 ml of boiled water, cooled to a temperature of approx. 50-60 degrees. After mixing thoroughly and obtaining the consistency of thick cream.
We mix the contents right away. We put it on the hair, secure it with a foil cap and a towel. Now, we need to keep it on the hair for 1-2 hours. Rinse thoroughly with water. We try not to wash our hair for the next 48 hours.
*The effect of dyeing is influenced by: the original hair color, hair condition, previous coloring, hair’s tendency to bind the dye, preparation of the mixture, the time of keeping the herbs on the hair.
Ingredients: Henna Powder (Lawsonia Inermis), Indigo Powder (Indigofera Tinctoria), Amla Powder (Emblica Offcinalis), Brahmi Powder (Bacopa Monnieri), Shikakai Powder (Acacia Concinna), Aritha Powder (Sapindus Mokorossi)
Precaution: Product should not be used for dying eyelashes or eyebrows. Rinse eyes immediately if it comes into contact with them. If irritation occur, please consult doctor. Do not use if the scalp is sore, has any cuts, or it is in a diseased condition.
Country of Origin: India
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