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Indigo Powder for Hair is a natural plant. The powdered leaves have a natural dark blue dye. Indigo is used along with henna to dye darker hair tones.
What color tones will you get?
Instructions and recipes will also come with every purchase of indigo.
Our indigo is packaged in double plastic bags inside of foil packaging. This ensures freshness.
Please note: this indigo differs from our organic indigo. They are from two different farms, and the results vary. This difference is similar to the difference in color results between henna powders. This particular indigo is best for resistant hair and grey hairs. We recommend this indigo for our clients wanting dark tones including black tones.
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Veronica's recipe: She used 60/40 ratio of henna to indigo, with the henna mixed with very strong, cool black tea. Then after that she did two very strong glosses of mostly henna with a little bit of indigo.
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Posted by Aggeliki from Greece on 7th Mar 2013
I try this for the first time ever with moroccan henna (2 step process) and gave me a rich deep blue black color, easy to rince, high quality,left my hair strong and so shiny!Covers grey equally as any synthetic dye, so why don't go for a natural one? Love it!
Posted by SD on 24th Feb 2013
Being new to this process I was amazed when the product arrived and I followed the instructions and it worked. Great all smiles
Posted by deenellie on 20th Feb 2013
I bought regular Indigo to tone down the color; darken and cover my grays. Gray hair in the front of my head is a real problem for me. I hennaed my hair, but found the gray hair to be too brashy orange. So the next application, I mixed the henna & indigo together just to tone down the orange on the gray hair; to brown it up a bit and it did the trick. Really pleased!
Posted by Monica on 19th Feb 2013
I use a mix of 25/75 Moroccan henna and indigo to cover my greys. This leaves me with a nice dark brown color. I tried the organic indigo when I first switched to henna, but found the regular indigo did a better job of covering my greys. I'm happy with the results and the way henna/indigo leave my hair strong and soft.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Feb 2013
Have used this with various hennas (moroccan and rajasthani) on and off for years to create a nice brown with red overtones. Always great and dependable quality and I get the results that I'm wanting.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Jan 2013
i mixed indigo with worm water and little salt
mixed henna with worm water
mixed indigo with henna
finale mixture color green not black
i dont know if i made a mistake while preparing it.
FROM HENNA SOOQ: It does sound like your mixing process has a mistake in it. Because you have to mix the henna first, and allow that to sit for only 3-4 hours and then later the indigo with warm liquid (always warm to hot liquids, never boiling), and let that sit in its own bowl for 15-20 minutes. Then you put the two pastes together and then use.
But when you mix henna and indigo together no it won't be black. The paste also won't be black, it'll be greenish toned still.
Email us directly for more assistance. Thank you!
Posted by Heather on 15th Oct 2012
This seems to be a very high quality indigo. Some comments regarding usage:
First, I experienced a green tinge just after using a henna/indigo mix. A Henna Sooq rep suggested that I apply a pure henna over top to counter the green. Because I had found some other advice from a different source that suggested "oxidization" would take care of the green, I waited 3 days. It did in fact oxidize away. Really glad I did not apply more Henna, especially because...
After about 2 weeks and four washes, a lot of the indigo has faded out and I am left with the red of the henna, which is not the result I want to stick with. Next time I am going to try adding salt to my indigo and leaving the mix on longer (3-4 hours rather than 2-3 hours).
Note from Henna Sooq: Heather we're so glad it worked out and that oxidizing helped. For some it does and other it doesn't. It depends also on how porous the person's hair is.
Posted by Yamuna on 9th Oct 2012
I used this in the one step process with Moroccan Henna and the results were great. followed instructions and got shiny black hair with just dark, dark brown highlights where my greys were. This indigo is grainy and a much easier texture to apply than other types of indigo I have used in the past.
Posted by sarah on 2nd Oct 2012
I am so excited about my hair results. I had never used Henna or Indigo, only chemical filled dyes in the past. I wanted a more natural alternative and that is exactly what I got. I have dark brown hair, but wanted it to be richer and darker. So i mixed 60/40 Indigo & Henna. The results are fantastic and exactly what i had it mind. Can't wait to try it again and add even more of the mix to my hair next time.
thank you henna sooq
Posted by Tronesia on 9th Sep 2012
I wanted black hair and that's what I got. I did the 2-stop henna process where I did the Moroccan henna first and the indigo second. I added a couple of spoons of the henna to my indigo mix before applying- ended up with lovely dark black hair. I left it on my hair maybe an hour and the results were just wonderful!
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