Easy Henna Natural Hair Color Application

Easy Henna Natural Hair Color Application

Today at 3pm EST I will be running a live Henna for Hair mixing class including a live demonstration. I’ll be taking all of your questions so please have them ready for me. No registration required. Find out how to join us: How to Take Part in Our Free Henna Classes In class today you’ll learn: mixing body art quality henna powder what liquids to use maintaining moisture in your henna for hair recipe time needed for dye release how to maintain curls or loosen your curl pattern Once you’ve taken our class you’ll be ready for the next step: Henna Application for Hair. We’ve uploaded a brand new video showing you easy steps on applying henna for hair dye onto your hair. Our steps will make the process quick and easy while getting you the best coverage for your hair including those pesky greys. Henna natural hair color will last 4-6 weeks. For those whose hair strands grow quickly you may need to do a touch up sooner (between 2-3 weeks)....
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Mixing Red Raj Henna Hair Dye

Mixing Red Raj Henna Hair Dye

As we work diligently to add brand new content to our Youtube channel (almost daily!), we have a brand new Red Raj henna hair dye video for you that goes through all the steps you’ll need to successfully color your hair with our most popular henna. Do you know the best moisturizing products you can add to your Red Raj to avoid dried out crunchy hair? Is your henna paste always coming out lumpy? What about all those liquid choices? All this and more is covered in our brand new video. Let us know how you like to use Red...
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Henna Shouldn’t Dry Out Your Natural Hair

Henna Shouldn’t Dry Out Your Natural Hair

Crunchy, drying and hair breakage. Have you heard those words being said about henna natural hair color? Your natural henna hair coloring treatment should not be drying your hair out. Your hair should be left feeling healthy, conditioned and full of gorgeous shine along with a beautiful color. Moisture is Key When mixing your henna for hair recipe and especially if you have dry hair, add our organic aloe vera powder or hair oils to your mix. Most of our clients prefer adding the organic aloe vera powder as that gave them the best results. Keeping the process very simple you just add up to 5% of organic aloe vera powder to your recipe or 1-2 tbsp of hair oils to 100 grams of powders used. We have a few recipe suggestions. Henna for Coloring Your Hair Red Tones Use 100 grams of henna powder for up to shoulder length hair and add 1 teaspoon of aloe vera powder Mix dry ingredients together Add your liquid of choice to your recipe until the consistency of thick Greek yoghurt. We recommend ACV, green tea or water Optional, you can add 1-2 tablespoons of your choice of hair oil Allow to sit for recommended time for dye release found in your instructions or on our blog Follow the steps in the below blog post to complete your recipe How to Mix Henna for Hair Dye Henna and Indigo for Coloring Your Hair Brown Tones   Take 50 grams of henna powder add 1/2 teaspoon of aloe vera powder Mix dry ingredients together Add your liquid of choice to your recipe until...
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How to Mix Indigo for Hair

How to Mix Indigo for Hair

You’ve chosen the Right Indigo Powder for you and your hair and are ready to mix your indigo powder into a paste to naturally color your hair and cover greys. It’s important to note that indigo shouldn’t be used on it’s own. If you use indigo paste on your hair without first doing henna or adding henna paste to your indigo it will leave your hair with a green hue. How to Choose the Right Indigo Powder Measure out the right amount of indigo for your hair length and thickness. Place the powder into bowl. How much henna and Ayurvedic herbs to use on your hair? Slowly add your warm to hot water to the indigo powder. Indigo can get more runny then henna can be if you add too much liquid. So be careful not to add too much water. Don’t use any other liquid for preparing indigo paste as indigo doesn’t work well with other liquids. Once you’ve added enough liquid to your indigo powder to make it into a thick full fat yoghurt then allow it to sit undisturbed for 20-30 minutes. Once dye release has been achieved (you’ll notice a blue-black metallic tone on the top layer of your indigo paste) it’s ready to be used. You’ll be adding the indigo paste to your henna paste to create reddish brown, brown to dark brown tones. This is called a one step process. If you’re trying to achieve black then you would have already done a henna for hair coloring treatment and are following up with indigo paste to get a black tone. This is called...
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