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Fresh Moroccan Henna Powder

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  • Julianna M.
  • Comes as packaged by 100 gram packages
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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:

  • it has a fast dye release
  • blends well with indigo to create brown to black tones
  • good choice for those not wanting intense red tones
  • yields orange-red tones when used alone
  • easily washes out of hair
  • strengthens
  • conditions hair
  • loosens curl pattern
  • thicker hair
  • protects your hair from the elements
  • reduces split ends
  • gets rid of dandruff
  • kills lice

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

More Info

Moroccan henna powder has a dye release of 1-2 hours for hair use, and 6-8 hours for body art use.
This henna powder does not freeze well. Best if used fresh.

How much you will need depends on your hair length, and thickness. This will give you a generally idea of how much you’ll need for 1 application:

Above ear length: 50-75 grams
Shoulder length: 100-125 grams
Bra strap length or mid-back: 150-175 grams
Lower back (above hips): 200 to 225 grams
Hip/Waist length: 250 to 300 grams

Product Videos

Mixing Your Moroccan Henna (07:21)
Mixing Moroccan for use on hair and body art.Moroccan henna on hair yields a beautiful red with orange undertone.On Skin, this henna yields a vibrant red. It's a surprising red too, where it stays light orange for 24 hours and then suddenly it's very dark and rich. Dye release:Hair 1-2 hoursBody Art 6-8 hoursFind your Moroccan Henna with Henna Sooq: http://www.hennasooq.com/fresh-moroccan-henna-powder/
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  1. Love this henna!

    Posted by Elizabeth on 23rd Apr 2014

    This is the first time I've used this henna and I will definitely be purchasing it again. I love the colour so much! I mixed the henna with amla and really got the colour I was trying for- it's a beautiful red, not as dark as Rajasthani and not as orange/fiery as Jamila, but quite perfectly in the middle. I found the henna a little bit difficult to apply because it didn't want to stick to my hair, but maybe I made it too thick; regardless of that slight difficultly, love the colour so much I will repurchase!


  2. Gorgeous color

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Apr 2014

    Did my mother's hair this past weekend. The color is absolutely stunning. Her starting color was light brown with greys at the crown. Mixed the henna with black coffee. The final result was a beautiful light copper color. Will definitely be purchasing this henna again. Will try mixing a hint of indigo to darken the color just a tad bit the next time I henna my mommas hair.


  3. Amazing Color

    Posted by hennalover on 5th Aug 2013

    I've used this henna several times now. I had been coloring my hair red with a box color for a few years and read about the benefits of using a natural substance like henna. I was very impressed with the color once I tried it! I get so many compliments from people and so many people think I am a natural red head (I'm actually a brunette)


  4. Henna

    Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2013

    I have never used henna before and was quite skeptical of the claims of it's effectiveness. I was pleasantly surprised. It turned my gray hairs to red. Then when indigo was applied on the second step, it was turned to black. I'm just wondering how long it will last. The one problem I have is that I evidently missed covering some strands with the indigo and they were still red. I'm wondering if the people at henna sooq have any suggestions for this problem. I was thinking of maybe combing the henna through my hair and then going back with more. Any suggestions ladies?
    Thanks for a great product and that I don't have to worry about it's purity.


  5. Moroccan henna powder

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2013

    I did my first henna dye last night. I used the Moroccan henna along with indigo in the two-step process to achieve jet black color. I mixed the henna with some hibiscus petal powder and some amla poweder. I am VERY pleased with the results.


  6. Moroccoan Henna

    Posted by Audrey on 12th Jul 2013

    Fantastic product. Color sets quickly (within 2 hours), smells clean, and pigment is potent. This is my 3rd round and the color is getting deeper with every application. Thanks for making such a wonderfully fresh and effective product available!


  7. It delivers what it says.

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2013

    This is my second time using henna mixed with almala and indigo from hennasooq and I am very pleased with the results. My hair looks and feel thicker. Also, my hair is shinny. It delivers.


  8. Moroccan Henna is the only way to go

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2013

    I love that this processes in under an hour - I mix 1/4 Indigo, 1/4 Amla and 1/2 Henna and get compliments all the time. Even my hairdresser was in shock that it was Henna. I love that this does not fade and I love love love the color! I went to Henna after allergies caused red rashes on my head and a friend suggested I try it...won't go back


  9. Love it!! Bye-bye Salon!!

    Posted by Bea on 26th Jun 2013

    I have long fine hair (mid-back). I purchased indigo and moroccan henna. My hair color was medium to dark brown with light golden brown highlights from the salon. I have greys coming in at my temples. Because of the grey I went with a 2/3 henna and 1/3 indigo (300g total, but was worried about running out, so will do 400g next time).

    This is my first experience with henna, the powder was fine like flour, which was quite nice. The color on my greys and highlights turned out the color of cinnamon, which I LOVE! This is the color I was trying to achieve at the salon, but they never quite got it right!! My dark brown has cinnamon when caught by the light.

    I did the mixing, my boyfriend actually applied it!

    My hair is shiny and feels very healthy. I will be a henna girl from here on out!


  10. great!

    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!!!


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