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Indulge yourself with our professional grade Moroccan henna powder freshly imported from Morocco's Western Sahara region. This powder is milled and sifted by hand with the women's cooperative in Morocco. Often sought out, Moroccan henna powder is noted for its stringiness and quick dye release.
We love our Moroccan henna powder because:
Batch Spring 2014
Please note: Moroccan Henna orders are packaged individually by hand and can take 2-3 additional business days to process on top of regular processing times
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Posted by Aggeliki from Greece on 2nd Jun 2013
I mix moroccan henna with indigo for hair, 40-60 ratio (0ne step process, 4 hours)with some amla and shikakai, and then after it washed all out,applied indigo mixed with a little bit of salt , and some glycerin (1 hour), and turned out a nice a shiny deep black-brown color. A month and a half later I mixed moroccan henna with some lemon and warm water, amla and shikakai(4 hours), and after wash,indigo with some salt (two step process, 2 hours), and came out a nice deep black, shiny as the night, color. I found out that 2 step process keeps the color longer, but great result every time!!!
Posted by customer on 20th May 2013
I like the fact that this henna releases its dye very quickly so I can use it the same day I mix it. It had a strong smell of freshness and it went on smoothly. I mixed henna/indigo/brahmi/katha in one step to try an achieve a dark brown color. It covered my grays the first day a muted orange, the second day a coppery orange. I'm hopeing it will continue to get darker each day, but I don't think it will reach the dark brown effect with the one-step approach. Next time I will try the two-step process to see how well the indigo and other powders adhere.
Posted by Unknown on 15th May 2013
I am not new to henna. Always buy it from hennasooq. I have tried different types of henna, but this one gave me the best color. Very warm and bright red. Hair feels strong and much thicker (I have thin hair).
Posted by sue on 25th Mar 2013
quality product and can certainly trust source.
Posted by Emily on 25th Mar 2013
My sister got me hooked on henna. She used jammila and it looked great! I knew i wanted to use henna to get her beutiful colour but i rally did not want to have bright orange hair for a week before it became the beutiful colour it is now. morroccan henna was the perfect solution! my hair was cheesey ornge for a day and then became a deep red-orange. i love it! everyone loves it! now my band consists of a red head, blond and brunette! haha like charlies angeles or power puff girls :) you should check us out... we are called Nikki Fierce. you can look us up on facebook. anyway, i hope my review was helpful :)
Posted by ihearthenna on 22nd Mar 2013
I've been coloring my hair for four years. I used to use box color (dark auburn) which was okay but it would burn my scalp a little when applied which doesn't seem very good. I liked the color I got from the box too but I decided I wanted to try something that wouldn't be as damaging to my hair. After a LOT of research, I found this website and I ordered the moroccan henna because the orangey red tones it described appealed to me because I wanted to see if I could make the red look more natural. Well, it did! I get so many compliments and people coming up to me telling me they love my hair color and when i tell them I am not a natural redhead they are shocked! Yay Henna!
Posted by Unknown on 12th Mar 2013
This was my try at henna and it was a decent experience. I can not really describe the results but I will try. I have dark brown hair and the henna left a slight reddish brown tint on my hair that is kinda noticeable in the sunlight. It was not the dramatic color difference that I expected, but this probably was not the henna for what I wanted to achieve. My hair was extremely dull and dry afterwards and required serious deep conditioning. I am going to give henna another try. I will not be discouraged. It is my hope to find a henna that could help me achieve a red-orange tint. I wanted to avoid the burgundy/wine color.
Posted by Aggeliki from Greece on 7th Mar 2013
I try henna for the first time in my life, and I started with moroccan, (and a 2 step process), I left it about 2 hours for dye release,mix it with some lemon juice and strong black tea (I put much more of it by mistake, next time I know better) put it on hair for 6 hours and gave me a deep red color(especially on roots because my hair is dyed black with a synthetic dye), I follow with the indigo, mix it with warm water and little salt left it about 15 - 20 minutes for dye release and put it on hair for 2 hours and voila, a deep blue - black color,it has easy rince,my hair feels stronger with a minimun sheding and a maximun shine!I never thought that a natural herb would give such intence color! I will keep using moroccan henna for sure!!!
Posted by Monica on 19th Feb 2013
This is the only henna I've used so I don't know how it compares to the other kinds of henna. I add amla to tone down the orange undertone. Mixing 25%/75% Moroccan henna/indigo covers my greys really well. With a few applications, it builds up to a nice dark brown color. I'm happy with the results and feel the henna has strengthened and improved the condition of my hair.
Posted by Celina on 27th Jan 2013
This is the first time I've used Moroccan henna powder and it was an absolute breeze! It achieved dye release fairly quickly (I used lemon juice in my mix),stained wonderfully, washed out very easily and gave my hair a nice rich tone! I highly recommend this henna for anyone wanting to achieve brown-black tones, and get it while you can because it sells out FAST.
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