We’re going paperless!

We’re going paperless!

In efforts to cut down on waste and support a better environment at Henna Sooq we will be discontinuing printing instruction sheets and sending them with orders. You can read further at: Paper Waste Facts. Starting today we will have instructions available on HennaSooq.com on each product page. We also have Free Henna Resources right here on our blog and new video tutorials on our YouTube Channel. As an example, if you’re using our Red Raj henna powder the instructions will be on the actual package but some products like our Organic Indigo may not have instructions on it’s packaging. For products that require further instruction (including additional recipes, tips and methods of use) you can follow these easy steps to get those instructions: Open our website at www.HennaSooq.com Using the search bar, type in the name of the product you’re looking for and press enter Once you find your product from the list of results please click on the product’s name to choose On the product page please look at the description area of the product. Underneath you will notice an instruction tab. Please click the instruction tab There you will find instructions, recipes and tips on how to use this product. There will also be a PDF image that you can click and it will open up in a new window where you can view the full instruction sheet which can be saved or printed Happy henna’ing! Thank you for your support and in helping us make our planet a better place to live...
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Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

Matinah is the youngest of our 6 children❤️ She’s a feisty little mama who loves acting, dancing, jujitsu and wrestling. Imagine this sweet little face tossing boys around?! Photo and henna done by me, Khadija. In nature there is art found everywhere. Using our henna cones I decorated several leaves to celebrate Fall including this personal favorite. Official Henna Addict ❤️ Throwback to a weekend of henna in California at the Henna Intensive Retreat. Henna 🌿 colors your hair the most gorgeous color naturally and gets rid of those pesky greys. Henna me beautiful 💕 Last week finally had some free time to color my hair with henna. These gloves prove the color was popping! I used my favorite henna powder Red Raj. Absolutely stunning color and covered all my grey hairs. Free pair of gloves with every order placed at Henna Sooq. I have to say that hands down I have the best job ever. Big...
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In the Fields of Moroccan Henna

In the Fields of Moroccan Henna

Morocco. A place of henna, beauty, delicious food and mint tea. Sigh! This beautiful plant is the henna shrub. This is the very first henna powder I was ever introduced to. I must have been only about 18 years old and decided to try henna for hair using this luscious henna powder. In Montreal there is a huge Moroccan community and you can get so many wonderful Moroccan treasures there. I recall being so confused about why they wouldn’t need time to mix the henna and allow it to sit for long periods of time. I came to learn that Moroccan henna needs a short dye release time and then can be used. It’s unique fresh scent always gives it away from the other henna powders. I can’t wait for our new Moroccan henna batch to arrive in just a few weeks ❤️ Have you ever tried Moroccan henna? How did you use it? In the fields of fresh Moroccan henna plants 🌱 we at Henna Sooq and our clients await the new batch of Moroccan henna that will be arriving soon. Hand sifted by the women’s cooperative in Morocco (and triple checked). The smell and freshness of this henna powder has always been so uplifting. Moroccan henna naturally colors the hair a gorgeous copper tone and with indigo easily creating brown to black tones (yes this will cover greys). For body art henna designs this henna will be ready quickly and leaves gorgeous rich copper-burgundy stains on the skin lasting 7-10 days. We will have this back in stock in 3-4 weeks (ETA 11/10/16). Stay tuned for our...
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Cute Pets & Your Henna

Cute Pets & Your Henna

Animals are so positive, loving and beautiful. A little bit of henna adds that extra magic especially in photography. Kim and her gorgeous pup Barley. Barley is a sweet golden retriever. I was amazed that Barley stayed still for us to capture this. Titus is our very own German Shepherd from Yuliya of Von Lotta. She has amazing dogs, and we couldn’t have asked for a better dog. Yuliya also loves henna for hair! Everyone adores Tux. He’s a sweet Siberian cat. Coffee isn’t his thing though. Did you know that Siberian cats are hypoallergenic? Gorgeous cat and rich red henna by Henna Illustrated from Poland. One of my all time favorites because I love horses. Henna by Roving Horse Henna. They also sell gorgeous hand decorated candles. SHARE! We’d love to see your henna and animal or pet. It can be hair or body art. Link a photo in comments below. We’d love to add...
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