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Henna Gloss Bar

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$12.00
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Product Description

NEW & HANDMADE! 100% Organic

As featured on Curly Nikki!

Our Henna Gloss Bar is the perfect all in one moisturizer, and conditioning Ayurvedic hair treatment. A henna gloss is a very easy to use henna product that will nourish the hair, strengthen, create vibrant shiny hair, promote hair growth, reduces itchy scalp, and will give your hair a touch of red color from the henna. 

How to use: slowly melt gloss bar on low heat on stovetop in pot. Do not microwave. Once gloss bar has fully melted you may use immediately or add other ingredients to customize your gloss. Suggested additions: coconut milk, essential oils etc.
Apply evenly throughout hair starting from the front and moving towards the back. Wrap hair. Leave on hair from 1-4 hours as desired. Wash out thoroughly and style as usual.

Henna Gloss: Strong and Nourished Hair

Ingredients: organic cocoa butter, organic shea butter, organic henna, organic hibiscus, organic marshmallow root, organic lemon juice

Full Size: 4.5 oz / 127 grams
Sample Size: .9 oz / 24 grams

Please note: This is a handmade product and can take an additional 2-3 days to process. This product will also have imperfections as they are hand pressed into our molds. Henna powder on this product is normal. These imperfections in no way affect the results of our Henna Gloss Bar.

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  1. Best henna gloss treatment I've used

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Nov 2014

    Don't think of this as the usual messy henna treatment. I read ther reviews on the how to use and I would reccomend before doctoring this up to use it as is. I have used this severa times now, as a post "shampoo" (I don't use traditional shampoo) treatment for 1 to up to 6 hours and after I rinse my hair feels amazing, I really could just air dry and be done, but I stil condition afterwards.

    It melts easily and the 4.5 oz is enough for my dense BSL nartural hair (hair type unknown, sorry, its a cottony texture that curls how it wants to).

    I would reccomend this as an alternative to the messier full henna treatment or an inbetween between full henna/indigo treatmnents (this is what I am doing).

    BTW if ther is a sale on this Henna sooq, I will be buying alot more.

    Great product, I would reccomend.


  2. So Worth It!

    Posted by Unknown on 11th Oct 2014

    Good color, super soft hair and much less messy than powder. I mixed with 1/2 a can coconut milk.


  3. Bigger Bar

    Posted by Janee Nesbitt on 11th Aug 2014

    My hair is shoulder length and i just wish the bar was bigger so it would make more henna gloss for my hair.


  4. First time henna experience

    Posted by Caribbean Gurlie on 25th Jun 2014

    This was my first time using Henna, and I did countless research on henna before coming across the Curly Nikki post about this gloss bar. My main worry with doing a full henna was the time and the mess, and the gloss bar seemed to cut down on both simultaneously. Going into this my main hope was to strengthen my fine strands and maybe loosen my tight curls. I got it in the mail super fast which was a plus! I melted it on the stove in a double boiler and it became a creamy paste with a chocolate aroma! (It was heavenly) I added my conditioner and some oil and took the plunge, adding it to my detangled hair in sections. I used the whole bar and the sample size, but it felt like I was running out half way through my hair, so I added more conditioner and oil to finish the next half. Fast forward to 2 hours under my dryer, it washed out pretty easily out of my hair and my oh my was my hair soft. I didn't care about having color, red isn't something I want to commit to, but my hair was definitely soft and shedding was down from what it was before.

    I really liked the results in my hair, and there was no color difference - which I expected and embraced! I gave 4 stars because I felt that the bar didn't melt into enough product for my already thick hair and using maybe 1.5 - 2 bars every 2-4 weeks, isn't something I think I want to do. I already felt like I added more conditioner and oil than suggested on the Baggie. I guess I will keep experimenting with this.


  5. JUST okay

    Posted by Kandis on 24th Jun 2014

    I purchased this product based solely on the reviews of Curly Nikki. While it wasn't a bad product, I don't really feel that it did anything to my hair, particularly at $12 a pop. Again, it wasn't a bad product, but I wouldn't buy it again. I'll stick with my Anita Grant Rhassoul Clay DC bars as reviewed by Naptural85. We have a...somewhat similar hair type and the things that work for her often work out for me.


  6. Love this Henna Gloss Bar!

    Posted by ninjabreadgirl on 22nd Jun 2014

    I have used henna for about 4 yrs now. I first used this Gloss Bar in December. My hair was so soft, bouncy, and shiny. It is easy to melt and a lot less messy than the powder henna. It also covered my grays very well. Will purchase again and again.


  7. Soft Hair

    Posted by SRH on 7th Jun 2014

    I bought the henna gloss after reading that it would really soften my hair and cover grays. This is my third application (using half of the bar each time); my hair feels wonderful - incredibly soft. I love that. However, the grays are still visible. Frustrating. That said, I will probably continue to use the henna gloss because it does make my hair feel fantastic.


  8. High gloss and helps eczema?

    Posted by ArT on 24th May 2014

    I was sure about the product but not sure about how to melt. This was actually very easy to melt, I used my glass bowl and used the double boiler method, hey you have to work with what you have. Anyway, it melted much faster than I thought, so basically I wasn't really ready to use it, so it sat in my bowl for two days and this was after I put my evoo, lavender eo, castor oil and Tresemme Naturals conditioner, not sure how much of any of this, I just used my judgement. I was really trying to make it a bit thin since I didn't think it would be enough for all my hair. I put my hair in 4 sections. It was messy putting it into my hair, my Red Raj I'm pretty much a pro with the consistency and no mess, but this gloss will be a work in progress, however; it's worth the end result.

    I do have to say I love this product and would purchase MANY more. My usually frizzy hair was very smooth and soft when I rinsed this in the shower, and even though it made a huge mess in my shower I would do it again because (call me crazy) this actually helped my eczema around my neck and if anyone understands about eczema it can itch like nobody's business. I left the shower with crazy moistured hair and crazy moistured skin, go figure.


  9. Not sure what to think

    Posted by Erika D. on 19th May 2014

    This was my first time trying any kind of henna treatment. I decided to try it after reading about it on CurlyNikki. I was so excited and a little nervous about how it would turn out. Maybe I should have ordered two bars but it seemed like it wasn't enough to completely coat my hair(my hair is past my shoulder but not bra length). I only added a little jojoba oil and some conditioner. My hair was really soft and my curls were really defined but it did not cover my greys :( and I do not notice any visible tint to my hair. Not sure if I'll try the henna gloss bar again or if I'll try a different kind of henna.

    HS Reply: Thank you for your review. The gloss bar focuses on moisturizing and conditioning with a slight boost in color but it's focus is not for a full hair color treatment. When your hair focus is grey coverage please make sure to do a full henna treatment.


  10. no thoughts to have, just buy it!

    Posted by Rochelle Small Clifford on 8th May 2014

    My color is rich my hair is soft and glossy. This was super easy to prepare and apply. I can't see myself ever wanting to use a different brand.


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