Organic 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?
- reddish brown when using proportions of 75% henna and 25% indigo. This method is called a one step process.
- brown tones when using proportions of 50% indigo and 50% henna. This method is called a one step process.
- dark chocolate brown tones when using proportions of 75% indigo and 25% henna. This method is called a one step process.
- Black Tones when you use henna first at 100%, and then second step of indigo at 100%. This method is called a two step process.
- Apply indigo with your henna application to get browner tones. This method is called a one step process.
Instructions and recipes can be downloaded via the Instruction tab.
Our organic indigo is packaged in double plastic bags inside of foil packaging. This ensures freshness.
Important please note: our organic indigo differs from our indigo that is non-organic. They are from two different farms, and the results vary. This difference is similar to the difference in color results between henna powders. Our non-organic indigo (Indigo for Hair) is better for those who have resistant hair and greys (that are hard to color), and for those wanting rich dark tones, including black.
Quantity 100 grams
Fall Crop 2016
Indigo is a natural Ayurvedic plant-based dye (vegan) that is used with henna to color hair reddish brown, brown, dark brown and up to black tones. It lasts 4-6 weeks and will cover greys. Indigo can be an allergen even though it's a natural plant dye. Please do skin patch tests before using any new henna and indigo hair color treatments. Shop with us at www.hennasooq.com
Indigo for Hai...Indigo is a natural Ayurvedic plant-based dye (vegan) that is ...
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finally, perfect color!
Posted by franny on 6th Jun 2018
I had been using some premixed " dark brown" hanna before that left a brassier tone. When I used a 70/30 Indigo Henna mix instead, with Amla and Brahmi powder added in, I finally got the color I was hoping for.
Posted by Nitu Parimi on 24th May 2018
Purchased indigo, it worked well.
First Time Henning
Posted by Unknown on 17th May 2018
So I wanted to cover my grays naturally and that's why I chose Henna & Indigo. Cons: My scalp was itching afterwards, but eventually after about a week it stopped. Next time I am going to use it in a conditioner and natural oils to see if that helps. Also, with each wash after the initial application & wash, I noticed more color washed out. Pro: it did cover my grays! Which was all I really wanted. I know there are other benefits that comes with Henna but my purpose is to cover grays. I wish it wasn't so messy but hey the end results are excellent!
Posted by Jeanel Bush on 16th May 2018
Posted by Joyce Corbin on 5th Apr 2018
Excellent quality! I used the 2 step procedure along with the Rajasthani henna powder and it yielded a much wanted deep chocolate brown. Be sure to follow Henna Sooq's directions.
Posted by Upset and a little bit worried on 12th Feb 2018
This is the second review I've ever written, and I must be the only person who has had this happen judging by the stars on this product. I just used this product within the last 10 minutes. When I was mixing it, I noticed it didn't smell like it usually does. I didn't worry though, and I applied it to my beard. I started getting a burning feeling before I even finished getting it all in my beard. In less than 5 minutes, the burning started to get bad and I immediately rinsed it out. I realized that wasn't doing it, so I grabbed the shampoo and started scrubbing. I have now washed it out, and dried off, cleaned up in the bathroom and put on clean clothes. Started my computer, made my way to this page, and wrote this review. Right now, my face is still burning. Oh yeah, the burning almost made me forget, I had this indigo mixed with organic henna from this website on my beard for, like I said, less than 5 minutes, and my beard is green. I am not exaggerating, and yes, I have done this before. I've done it enough to recognize the different smell I mentioned above. And my face is still burning beneath my beard... what is this, powdered pesticide?
HS Reply: We're so sorry to hear of your results with our organic indigo. We don't recall an email or call regarding your reaction to our indigo. We would have been more then happy to discuss this with you. In which way did it smell differently? Typically indigo that is 100% pure will smell like frozen peas. It won't smell like henna or a henna blend. Unfortunately, it's very true that clients can be allergic to natural products and we do find that people more so to indigo in particular. It really sounds like you're having an allergic reaction. Did you patch test beforehand? We really recommend you patch test before using any new herb and it's part of our instructions that we hand out. Should you have a chance please do reach out to us and let us know how you're doing. Thank you! - KC
easy to use
Posted by Unknown on 8th Nov 2017
I just mix it with warm water and its ready to go. I add it to Red Raj henna to make a brown color.
Posted by Simone D. on 12th Oct 2017
After reading the descriptions for using indigo along with henna to achieve a black hair color it suggested that the "Indigo for Hair" will have a better result than the "Organic Indigo for Hair". They were out of stock of the Indigo for hair so I took a chance and ordered the Organic one. I used it in a 2 step process with the henna and it totally covered my grays dark black. I am very pleased with the results. Next time they have it in stock I will order the Indigo for hair and see if the results are better as stated in the description but the organic one works great.
Works every time
Posted by cliff in tx on 7th Oct 2017
gets the job done
Posted by Unknown on 26th Sep 2017
Highest quality, fresh with excellent results.
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