Everything you need for your hair coloring and ayurvedic hair recipe and a case!
These tools can be used for both hair coloring and ayurvedic hair treatments.
This kit includes:
- Reusable Bowl
- 1/2" Dye Brush
- 1/4" Dye Brush
- 3-in-1 Coloring Tool
- Jumbo Rake Comb
- 3 Jumbo Hair Clips
- Pair of Nitrile Gloves
- Carry Case
Great little kit!
Posted by Allison on 6th May 2017
I used henna on my hair for the first time this month, and thought having this kit might help me since I have very long hair. I was right--it really did help me apply the henna evenly to my roots and all the layers underneath. My color came out perfect! My only concern was the springs and connecting pins in the hair clips which seemed to be made of metal. (All my henna instructions said absolutely no contact with metal). I was extra careful not to let my hair touch those parts. If these aren't actually metal, I'd love to know so I don't have to worry about it next time around. But truly, this was a nice, compact bundle of tools I will gladly use again the next time.
Didn't use all yet
Posted by Kathryn Renee on 28th Oct 2016
I did use comb clips and gloves. Nicely packaged. Satisfied
Posted by Unknown on 8th Apr 2016
This kit came in very handy for my henna application. Although I did not use everything in it, I'm sure I will eventually. The only complaint I have is that the bowl is not big enough to mix the henna, however, the handle makes it convenient. Still have to use a separate bowl to mix.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Mar 2015
Posted by Chryssie on 14th Jun 2014
The kit was fine, the bowl was a little small for mixing everything. Although, the clips came in handy and I see how the brushes would make the process cleaner but I ended up just globing the henna onto my hair. Sadly, my kit didn't come with gloves which I actually needed a lot.
A great kit
Posted by Allison on 20th May 2014
This comes with several brushes, three large hair clips, a fine comb and large tooth comb, gloves and a nice little mix cup. For my natural hair the clips, large tooth comb and gloves were really I all I ever used. The cup was a little small for the amount of henna paste I prepare to color/conditioning but I've been using it as of late for my aloe vera paste/gel and it's a perfect size for that.
Posted by Unknown on 4th May 2013
The bowl is a bit small for my henna treatments as I have thick APL hair however the dye brushes were great for getting to my roots and the jumbo comb was perfect for wrapping my hair afterwards with the clips for helping my hair stay in place.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Apr 2013
I just received this along with my henna today and I am so disappointed. This is my third time ordering from Henna Sooq, and I finally decided to try henna'ing my hair. I wasn't sure if I should just glob on the henna or try a more refined approach with this kit, so I decided to purchase this kit. I have always had great service in the past, but this time, my package did not include any bubble wrap despite my large order. As a result, the jumbo comb's white plastic ends have chipped off significantly, leaving white plastic bits all over the other items in the kit, and the comb teeth that have not chipped off are dented. The comb is now completely useless because it snags and breaks my already fragile hair. The comb itself is also poorly made, with unevenly shaped teeth all across... I'm not sure if I just got a bad kit, but it's just very disappointing. Everything else in the kit appears to be fine, and I will review these items once I henna my hair.
Henna Sooq reply: We're so sorry for your experience with this kit. Please do contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for any damaged products as we'd gladly replace it or issue you a refund/exchange.
Just bought this kit.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Jan 2013
So far I have only used the large clip when blow drying my hair. They work really good at sectioning the hair so you can blow dry a section at a time and achieve much more volume. I am looking forward to using the other items in the kit when I henna my hair next time.
Perfect accessory kit for hennaing my hair!
Posted by Trista on 4th Dec 2012
Almost everything in this kit was very useful for applying henna to hair! Even better for root touch-ups. Here's how I used it:
I washed and sectioned my hair, then loosely braided the sections. Put the nitrile gloves on (they have a nice snug-yet-flexible fit) and put petroleum jelly around the ears and hairline. I needed a lot of henna so that was in a bigger bowl, but the big brush picks up a good-size gob of henna and is good for getting straight to the roots with both ease and precision. If you've hennaed before without a dye brush, you'll know there's a bit of massaging involved to get the henna to the root and if your hair is lighter that's not something you want to screw up. The brush makes this process easier in my opinion.
The mid-size brush I used for areas requiring finesse, eg. the temples. The clips are great for keeping hair sectioned where you want instead of unexpectedly coming loose from The Pile and slapping you in the face with wet henna while you're trying to do that area requiring finesse. I haven't yet found a use for the brush with the mini comb, other than as a backup for the other two. I guess you could use it for eyebrows. (I just used one of the other brushes.)
I used the bowl more when I started doing roots-only applications. When the roots were hennaed per above, but using the bowl provided, I topped up the bowl with conditioner and mixed it all together and then mooshed it into the braids with my gloved hands. (Also massaged the roots with fingertips at this point to ensure even coverage.) This is called a henna gloss and gives the rest of the hair a colour boost and deep conditioning treatment without the full-strength henna dye effect. (If you're not sure what a henna gloss will do to your hair and you're not willing to live with an unexpected outcome, strand test as usual!)
The gloves can be washed/rinsed and air dried. Actually, everything in the kit is this easy to clean up. I just rinsed everything out then washed my hands as usual with the gloves on. I've used them for multiple henna applications. They will be stained, but as long as you don't see rips or degradation they can be used again. I think I threw my first set out after three full-head henna applications when I noticed some degradation at the fingertips, and I probably could have got one or two more uses out of them.
The real shocker for me was the jumbo comb. At first glance I thought meh, I'm not combing henna through my hair, either putting it in or washing it out. And I didn't. (And I still don't.) BUT - that comb is lovely for regular use with my long hair! The extra-long tines detangle with ease and that makes me very happy!