Fresh Moroccan Henna Powder
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Indulge yourself with our professional body art grade Moroccan henna powder freshly imported from Morocco's Western Sahara region. This powder is milled and sifted by hand by a woman's cooperative in Morocco that we work with. Often sought out, Moroccan henna powder is noted for its stringy like texture, quick dye release and ease of use with indigo for hair dyeing.
We love our Moroccan henna powder because:
- it has a fast dye release of only 1-2 hours for hair use
- blends well with indigo to create brown to black tones
- yields a copper-red hair tone when used as is
- easily washes out of hair
- will cover grey hairs
- strengthens hair strands
- conditions hair
- loosens curl pattern
- increases thickness of the hair
- protects your hair from the elements
- reduces split ends
- gets rid of dandruff
- creates beautiful deep copper henna body art stains (temporary tattoos)
Quantity 100 grams
(strongest color comes from the Spring crops)
I’m sorry to say but this did not work for me at all. I followed the instructions exactly along with the indigo and my white hair turned slightly yellow while there was no change in my brown hair at all. Disappointed after spending a whole day on it between letting the henna cure for two hours and then leaving it in my hair for another four. Looks like other people have better experiences though so I guess it just isn’t for me.
HS Reply: We're sorry to hear. It definitely does sound like none of the dye developed well. Your hair should typically have been reddish tint if the henna worked well. If you're able to, call us and let us go over some steps with you as we really hope in general henna hair color will work for you.
I like the color it comes out, but the texture is grainy and unpleasant. Hard to wash out. I think I’ll stick with Red Raj.
HS Reply: Sorry, the sift of this henna isn't as fine as Jamila henna and our Indian henna powders due to it being sifted by hand. We are working on improving this sift very soon as we work on upgrades within Morocco for processing the sift much better.
I've been using this henna on and off along with the Sukesh Ayurveda over the last year since quarantine kicked in; with and without a regimen. Both products helped me retain some length when I was using them regularly.
It's been a learning experience with good mixes and bad mixes. Like there would be good dye release, but my hair would be dry until I was able to condition after the color set 2 - 3 days later. Or, times where my hair felt so dry even if I deep conditioned or did a hair mask right after. Now to be fair, I have type 4, low porosity, coily AF, fine hair strands; dryness has always been an issue.
However, I finely found a near perfect mix yesterday as I finished the rest of my henna. Due to some issues with USPS, I haven't received the aloe vera powder I ordered 3 weeks ago. I mixed the Moroccan Henna with molasses & flaxmeal that I ground myself and sifted into the henna to avoid any large pieces getting stuck in my hair. I figured the mucilage from the flaxmeal would help soften and reduce tangles despite the henna. For the first time, my hair feels soft not just overly strong following a henna treatment. So success!! Hopefully my last order arrives via USPS before I'm due for another treatment. Fingers crossed.
This is my favorite henna powder. I don't use anything else! I love the coppery-red it gives my greys.
This was my second henna purchase from Henna Sooq. The first time I purchased Red Raj, came out lovely but I hadn't henna in over a year. So needing to this time I chose Moroccan based on the BOGO deal at the time. Oh my goodness! I ended up getting more than a deal, I found my perfect match for my hair. I'm 4b fine, very coily and when I say my hair loves this henna, it loves it sis! And it mixed well with my Indigo purchased from Henna Sooq as well. I only used 65/35 ration of henna to indigo. I used mostly regular black tea for the liquid and about 2 tbs. of "organic" aloe vera juice that had lemon already in it at only 1%. I was worried about the looser curl pattern and I did not get that, thank God. What I did get was my 4b coils to become very well behaved and smoothed, no more frizzy hair. And my grays were less orangish and more copper to brownish! I could add more Indigo and two step, to get black but Nah! I love it! I want this color for all my grays coming in from now on the brownish color is beautiful and will grow out as my grays come in to frame my face. I even followed up the next wash week with a conditioner mix of henna, amla, brahmi, bringraj mask with water and put my heat cap on. Afterward I applied 1 product a butter creme, my hair has been holding moisture for a week now! Amazing! I will always use this henna and this company from now on!