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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 Katie on 21st Nov 2014
I did a 50/50 mix with Jamilia henna and cassia several months ago and wanted to deposit more color. I was hesitant to use straight henna because I don't want to darken my hair too much. The moroccan henna gave me a nice orange tint and did not darken my color. The shine is amazing!!!! I think I want more red next time though, so I will be trying a different henna. It was a breeze to mix and wash out though and I love the fast dye release. My hair feels amazing as well.
Posted by Marcia on 19th Nov 2014
Loved this henna! Easy to apply, great to wash away a bit to orange by itself but great to use with indigo. And have a very fast dye release! I am getting more.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Nov 2014
My hair us fuller, shinier, and the color is great. I got more color then I expected since my hair is dark brown.
Posted by Nia R. on 11th Nov 2014
I was trying to achieve a medium golden brown color to my hair and it was suggested through Henna Sooq I mix my Cassia Obovata with just a touch of Morrocan Henna and a touch of amla to cut down on some of the warm orange tones. It worked pretty well but a bit to orangey , next application will be more Cassia and just the slightest touch of morrocan,to give my gold tones just a touch of depth. Im more a medium brown shade with coppery blonde high lites. My grays do blend in pretty well though and my first Henna experiance was very positive and I am pleased with my results. Will definately re-purchase from Henna Sooq. Delivery time was great!
Posted by Julia on 3rd Nov 2014
This henna is a very fine, silky powder, very pleasant to work with, easy to apply, and with excellent coverage. I needed about 75 g to cover my below the shoulder hair.
My natural hair color is ash-brown, and I had it previously heavily highlighted. I decided to go back to my natural hair, so had a few inches of outgrown roots. I used 50/50 henna and indigo, and left it overnight. The result was BEAUTUFUL dark brown color, with the previously highlighted areas having more of a red tint.
It did not stain my skin. I rinsed it out with just conditioner, and then a couple of days later regular shampoo/cond wash.
It's been a week now and I'm so happy with how shiny and soft my hair is. Everyone comments on it'd lively color. I had very few grey hairs, and it seems like they turned red/brown.
Posted by Monique on 20th Oct 2014
This was finely sifted extraordinary henna. I'm never going back to the henna I used to use. This henna left my hair, soft, strengthened, shiny and bouncy. It was super easy to rinse out and even easier to apply. It left my Sandy brown hair a pretty golden brown and my grays were left a beautiful copper color. I love this stuff! I'm hooked.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Oct 2014
I've been using henna for almost
Three years, However this is the
First time using Moroccan henna
Sooq , I love this product. I will
definitely buy this product again
I also recommend it.
Posted by Sara Parrilli on 4th Oct 2014
Using this Moroccan henna and the organic indigo gave me a PERFECT dark brown color, nearly identical to my natural hair color, and it covered all of my scattered grays. I usually don't mind if there's a red overtone, but for those looking to avoid that look, this henna is the ticket.
For my short, fine hair I mixed 50g of henna with 25g of indigo (prepping separately), plus a few drops of clove oil. (Follow HS instructions on how to mix OR search and download this completely comprehensive document: "hennaforhair.pdf") This was more than enough paste for my angled bob!
I highly recommend using LESS liquid as you start mixing. You should be able to get a 90% mess-free paste!!! Too much water/lemon juice and it will run. The indigo is a bit harder to work with so sometimes I had a little bit of yogurt or coconut oil to it, which doesn't seem to affect the dye process.
It only took about an hour in a warm sunny spot for the dye to release. [Henna Sooq, you might want to include more information on this in your instructions so that newcomers will have greater success. Not everyone will know to search around, watching videos, and reading elsewhere.]
Great purchase as always!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2014
This is my first time with this product and my second time applying a henna overall. I would have liked measurement for liquid. The coverage was pretty good but even with the indigo my grey still shows
Posted by Karen Sabo on 13th Sep 2014
I mix 3/4 henna and 1/4 Amla with a couple of drops of orange oil - check for dye release on the bottom of my hand and leave it on my head for 3 hours. This henna has a really fast dye release and I generally check it by putting about a nickle size spot on my hand for 1 minute -wash it off and if it is orange it is time to rock and roll
I was using Lush but after sleeping with it to not have it cover my grays was too expensive and annoying so I am back mixing my own and loving henna again
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