5 Major Ways to Conditioning and Dying Your Hair with Henna

Henna is probably the safest dye you are ever going to find. It’s totally natural. It contains only one ingredient, and you know exactly what it is. There are thousands of years of traditional use behind it. It’s safe enough to put on your skin, which means it is plenty safe to put in your hair. In fact, you can even dye your roots and let henna get on your scalp without a problem. One more thing to mention about hair color and henna is this: there are no other colors of henna. Henna is an herb which always produces a coppery color! You will see all kinds of different “henna colors” from certain companies. These are mixes which contain some indigo or other herbs, and sometimes even chemical dyes. So be aware that these are adulterated products. Avoid them if you want to avoid Chemical free hair dye.

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  1. Start by purchasing Organic henna

Henna is much easier to apply than you may have been led to believe. You’ll probably be a little confused the first time you do it just because it’s brand new, but you should find it much easier the next time around. Organic Henna Powder Wholesaler in Sojat is famous for Henna mehandi. It is not worth letting henna intimidate you. You do not need to be a chemist to do this! That is about what I would need if I wanted to dye my hair with chemicals.

Plus, you are getting a two-in-one deal here! You are buying both a hair dye and a fabulous hair growth conditioner; there are many Henna powder suppliers available that claim to offer natural henna hair care products at reasonable prices.

  1. An hour before dying your hair, mix your henna

Pour the henna powder and mix in a combination of water and apple cider vinegar or lemon juice. It doesn’t matter all that much whether you use vinegar or lemon juice, you just need something acidic. This is what causes the dye to release. The vinegar is cheaper, and it works well. You want to mix these three things until you get a consistency similar to yogurt. Adding in other herbs can help to enhance or alter the color. After you’re done, just cover the bowl in plastic wrap and then wait around half an hour to an hour. Your dye will be ready.

  1. Glop it on your hair

Go somewhere you can make a mess, and start glopping the stuff onto your hair. Rub it into your roots and make sure you get all through your hair. Start at the top of your hair and work your way down. Cover your hair in plastic wrap, when you are done.

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  1. Wait for the dye to take

Now comes the part where you have to be patient. It takes a long time for henna to set. This is not like a chemical dye where you get the full effect in an hour. If you want the deep conditioning and the rich hue, you need to be prepared to wait five to six hours. It is no fun at all, but it is worth it.

  1. Wash it out

By the time you get to this step, you’ll probably feel pretty relieved. Having henna in your hair for hours is heavy and uncomfortable, and the smell gets to a lot of people. It will take a long time to wash henna out of your hair, but you can save time by using the right shampoo.

Now you just wait for your hair to dry and you’ll see the amazing conditioning effect right away. It always blown away by how shiny hair is right after the application. You’ll notice the difference in the volume and body immediately as well. And your hair will be so soft and manageable you won’t get over it. To talk to henna for hair expert get in touch with through the contact form.

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