Fresh Organic Rajasthani Indian Henna Powder 2018
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Indulge yourself with our professional grade organic indian henna powder freshly imported from India's Rajasthani Region where the best henna and ayurvedic herbs comes from.
This year's batch yields 2.59% lawsone content. You'll love this henna!
With its triple fine sift and rich red dye content, you'll get a creamy henna paste that will dye your skin, and hair beautifully. On skin, this henna powder yield red-brown tones, and on the hair it yields reddish-burgundy tones.
We love our Organic Indian henna powder because:
- it's our speciality body art henna powder
- rich red-burgundy tones
- easily washes out of hair
- loosens curl pattern
- thicker hair
- protects your hair from the elements
- reduces split ends
- gets rid of dandruff
- kills lice
Instructions and recipes will come with your purchase.
This henna powder comes inside an inner foil resealable pouch. This is the best packaging possible to maintain freshness.
How much you will need depends on your hair length, and thickness. This will give you a generally idea of how much you’ll need for 1 application: Above ear length: 50-75 grams Shoulder length: 100-125 grams Bra strap length or mid-back: 150-175 grams Lower back (above hips): 200 to 225 grams Hip/Waist length: 250 to 300 grams
Savannah's hair regimen and recipe:
"I’ve been using henna to dye my hair for a little over a year now and I love it! I used to bleach my hair blonde for years and have had every color of hair under the sun…needless to say my hair was fried, and badly damaged. I tried every product in the store to try to restore my hair and nothing worked, until I did some research online and stumbled upon henna. I was a bit skeptical at first, after all, I tried every salon product out there and nothing worked well, so how will a little plant help? Boy was I surprised! I bought henna, indigo and amla powders online, mixed them together and after many hours and quite a mess, my hair looked gorgeous! I’ve been using henna for over a year now to dye my hair a perfect shade of auburn brown.
My recipe is as follows…
200g of henna powder 100g of Indigo powder 50 g of Amla powder
I mix up the henna with lemon juice the night before I want to dye my hair, let it sit overnight, then I mix the indigo and amla powders with warm water and add them to my henna mix. Let it sit on my hair for 3-4 hours, rinse and voila!
I love the way my hair looks and how fast it grows now. I’m always getting compliments from people about how nice and shiny my hair is. I will never go back to commercial hair dyes again."
I have dark brown to black hair that is growing more grey as time passes. This henna is perfect for me. It is smooth, easy to mix and apply. I've just learned from Khadija how to add indigo to my henna mix to darken the tone and it works perfectly. I love the end results.
Wonderful product. I use it to color my hair a deep red/brown with burgundy overtones. Not orange like other hennas can be. Conditions nicely too, my hair is soft and silky afterwards. My favorite henna!
I love the results! I got an overall deep-red halo tint. When I am not in sunlight the actual color of my hair is more of a deep violet burgundy. When I am in sunlight or natural light I have a more chocolate burgundy. It's REALLY pretty and a proper color for autumn. I hope these color descriptions make sense. Lol. I mixed 100g with green tea. I used two tea bags. I let the mix sit for 8 hours; applied to clean hair; and kept the mix in my hair overnight. Because this was a full strength henna application, I made sure to deep condition my hair and have been diligent about moisturizing my hair with whipped mango butter.
I have been using henna for years but ever since I started using this henna i had been getting hives and rashes on my neck area. I was wondering what was causing it but now I have figured out that ever since I started using this henna i started getting those rashes. Looks like it is not 100% organic and may have been adulterated with chemicals.
HS Reply: Thank you for your feedback and thoughts on our products. Please note the organic cert. number is marked clearly on the package of henna powder. You can verify its certification online through ecocert. Our concern is if you are using any other herbs with your mix that may be the irritant as its rare for henna to be irritating especially since you have been using henna for quite some time. We do recommend you reach out to us directly to help assist you as to why this may be happening. We are always here to support our clients to the best of our ability. Thank you! - Khadija
Best color. Very smooth. Thanks