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Top Op Natural Herbal Henna Powder Dry 100g
Top op the 100% natural henna, is loved by millions of Indians. Henna is deeply rooted in Indian tradition not only as a 100% natural hair colour but also a natural hair conditioner.
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100Gram - Pure Natural Henna/Heena Powder Mehandi for Hair Colour and Temporary Tattoo
This is pure and 100% Natural Mehandi (Henna) of Gama Brand and is of very good quality offered at very reasonable prices….
It was commonly used for many centuries in areas of India, the Middle East, and Africa.
Commercially packaged henna, intended for use as a cosmetic hair dye, is available in many countries, and is now popular all over world, as well as the Middle East, Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States. The colour that results from dying with henna can fall into a broad spectrum, from auburn, to orange, to deep burgundy, chestnut brown or deep blue-black. To achieve a colour that is more brown or black, the user must use this henna as well as amla oil. The henna is applied first, to coat the hair. Once dry, the oil is used. The following factors determine the hair colour that results from using henna:
user's original hair colour
freshness of the henna
region of origin of the henna
amount of time the henna is left on the hair to process whether it remains wet on the hair, or is allowed to dry
the amount of heat retained on the head during the dying process
In this form, it is generally mixed with herbs during manufacturing to give it a pleasant fragrance. It is prepared for use much the same way that it is prepared for body art: it is usually sold in block form, and is used in the quantity required for the desired shade of red, brown or black. This will vary according to the user's natural hair colour. The henna is grated into a non-metal container (metal may chemically interact with the henna and ruin the dye) such as a glass bowl. Then hot water is added to it, and the mixture is stirred with a non-metal tool such as a spatula. Once dissolved, the henna is spread onto clean, dry hair. The hair should then be covered with disposable plastic wrap to hold in the heat and moisture, which help the dye to activate. Since any henna that drips will dye skin or clothing, many users will then put a dark towel or a shower cap over the plastic. The henna typically requires at least four hours of processing time before it is washed out. Once hair is dyed with henna, the colour will gradually fade, but it will do so slowly, since henna dye is a protein that adheres to the hair.
1.Soak henna overnight or min 3 hours (mix with tea liquor or coffee powder for better results)
2.Apply in small sections of the hair & comb through
3.Allow to remain in hair for 2-3 hrs, if a deep tint is required
4.Rinse off with water & shampoo
5.To get rid of dandruff blend henna powder with fresh curd or plain yogurt & then apply.
FOR HAND & FEET:
1.Make a paste of henna in a container
2. Soak the paste for min of 3-4 hours
3.Fill the paste in a cone
4.Apply the henna as per the design on hands & feet