Henna powder with ayurvedic herbs
Herbal henna powder is not just henna powder, because it contains many ayurvedic herbs like hibiscus, shikakai, bhringraj,
Amla, Bhrami and many more that gently pamper your hair and scalp. Because of the ayurvedic herbs, it cares at the same time, supports hair growth and has a preventative effect against gray hair
Which color result do you want?
Orange - Red
Red blond tones can be achieved with 30% Henna + 70% Cassia
Copper tones can be achieved with 50% Henna + 50% Cassia
Dark copper tones can be achieved with 70% Henna + 30% Cassia
Orange to red tones can be achieved with 100% Henna
Henna (Lawsonia inermis),
Bhringraj (Eclipta prostrata)
Amla (Emblica officinalis),
Shikakai (acacia concinna),
Brahmi (bacopa Monniera),
Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis),
Reetha (Sapindus Mukurossi),
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis).
How much powder will you need:
Mix the powder into a glass bowl.
Add enough warm water to create a thick paste. Allow the Paste to rest (Dye release) covered and undisturbed for 2-4 hours. Mix the paste again really well. Should you need more liquid then do add more and if it's too runny then you can add more powder to thicken it.
Wear your gloves. Apply the Paste on your towel-dry hair. (IMPORTANT) cover your hair with plastic wrap or shower cap to prevent the paste from drying on your Hair. Dried paste is very difficult to wash out of your Hair. Allow it to stay in your hair for 3-5 hours.
Wash out with your favorite conditioner, but don't use shampoo!
Don't use shampoo for the next 1 to 2 days.
It takes a few days for the Henna to oxidize. When this is done you will see the actual color.
Attention: Every hair is different - just as we are all different. Therefore, the results by natural hair colors may be different. Preferably, you test the natural hair color only on an inconspicuous wisp of hair.