USDA Certified Organic Organic Lush Brown Kit. Naturally attain brown and black hair using henna and indigo. You'll receive 100 grams of organic indigo and 100 grams of organic rajasthani indian (BAQ) henna powder.
You can achieve these tones with this kit:
- 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.
- Apply indigo with your henna application to get browner tones. This method is called a one step process.
Instructions and recipes included.
Please Note: This Organic Lush Brown Kit is not ideal for hard to color hair, black results, and resistant greys. Please use our Indigo for Hair as this product is ideal for hard to color hair, resistant greys and to achieve rich black results in a 2 step process.
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To dye your hair naturally with indigo, you'll need henna as well. Indigo is used to darken your henna powder so that it's not so red, or orangey toned. You'll use this for reddish-brown, browns, and up to black tones.Proportions are important when making your recipe to get the right color tone for yourself. Generally they are:Reddish-Brown: 30-40% indigo, and 60-70% henna powderBrown: 50/50 of eachDark Brown: 60-70% indigo, and 30-40% henna powderBlack: Full strength of each as a 2 step process for best results.Please view our videos that focus on each different henna powder that we carry.To order indigo please go to:http://www.hennasooq.com/usa-store/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=163
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Organic indigo has a dye release time of 20-30 minutes, and Organic indian henna has a dye release time of 3-4 hours.
Please make sure to mix your henna first, and then indigo towards the end of the time for dye release of your henna powder so that both are ready to be combined as one paste when dye release has been achieved for both.
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I love this Henna!!
Posted by COACH KARINA M. on 21st Dec 2017
What can I say I love this henna it is a beautiful color. I been tell those who love henna about Henna Sooq.
I love this Henna!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd May 2017
Its so easy to mix, and easy to apply. My grays are covered, always an issue, and my hair is healthy!! This is the only color I've used for the past 2 years. I'll never go back to conventional, damaging color again.
Sold on Henna
Posted by Christianne on 13th Jan 2017
As a first time henna user, I was scared that I would end up with harsh and unnatural looking red hair. Being about 20-30 percent gray, I didn't know how the greys would take the color. I loved the brown/coppery look that they have now and the rest of my dark brown hair got a nice boost of color. I mixed the red henna earlier -- separately and the indigo as well ( later-- since they have separate prep/dye release times). I used only warm water as the liquid as other websites said that oils and acids-- like vinegar and lemon juice might affect color. I left it in for 4 hours and co-washed with a conditioner and not shampoo. Very happy with results.
Best Henna Ever!
Posted by Marisa on 10th Nov 2016
Definitely recommend this henna! I use to use henna from Lush Cosmetics and it was a good deep conditioning treatment, but it did not give me the vibrant dark brown I wanted. This henna gave me the perfect dark brown color while also conditioning it. Also very fast shipping!
A few things I would suggest would be to add more videos on how to mix the ingredients to get the achieved color you want. Another suggestions would be to make the instructions more clear. I had to read them a few times to understand. Instead of measuring for gram amounts, I would suggest to add how many inches that would be equal to. Also, adding to your instructions how long the leftover ingredients can be stored for.
I will be buying from you guys only now.
Great at covering whites, easy to apply!
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Aug 2016
I sought out henna to cover my white hairs in a non-toxic way. This worked wonderfully! I made the henna the night before application (I used black tea and olive oil as my liquids). I made the indigo 30 minutes before I combined the two dyes. The mixture went on like normal hair dye- no drips, no clumpiness. It was easy to reach all parts of my hair and coat each strand. The results are beautiful! It looks like I have auburn highlights (where the whites were). I will definitely be buying again to use regularly.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd May 2016
Very pleased with how this turned out. The color is very saturated, which is important for my difficult greys. Will be purchasing again
Posted by Dawn on 5th Feb 2016
Love the way my hair looks.
Exactly the color I wanted
Posted by Unknown on 4th Oct 2014
I used the 50/50 ratio that came in the kit and did it as a 1-step process. First, I made the henna with 50g amla powder as the acid and to help tone down the red and let it sit overnight. Then I prepared and added the indigo after letting it sit about 20 min. Left it on about 3 hours and got a rich chocolate brown with warm cinnamon highlights covering previous chemical blonde highlights. Beautiful results!
henna/indigo- greys still red!!
Posted by curlykiki on 29th Jan 2014
I expected my greys to turn BLACK after spending the day doing a 100% henna treatment followed by 100% indigo, but alas, they're just red. it's like i never did the indigo part at all.
Henna Sooq reply: Thank you for your review. For product consultations please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It does sound like you would need to use our Indigo for hair and not Organic Indigo. Indigo for hair is very much more ideal for grey coverage and not the Organic Indigo. Please contact us for a personalized recommendation, and hair consult.
Great natural alternative
Posted by C. on 14th Jan 2014
I used coffee in my henna recipe and let it sit for 3 1/2 hours in a warm spot. I then mixed up the indigo and let that sit for 15 minutes before adding it to henna. I ended up using a 50/50 hendigo ratio to return to my natural color of dark brown. Most of my hair was a coppery medium brown from box color with the exception of an inch of darker roots with about 10% grays coming in. I applied it to my hair and covered it with saran wrap for 6 hours. Washing out was very easy- I took bath to wash out most of sediment followed by a shower. Color was fantastic, a rich dark chocolate brown. Very short fine white hairs at temples proved a little difficult, but I have problems with those hairs even with box color. Overall grays turned a coppery color and blend in well with the warm dark brown. My hair feels much thicker and stronger. Great product.
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