My Henna Experience | Erica's Blog
[...] This is Lawsone, which is the molecule responsible for the signature red color that you see on the “henna body art” tattoos. Most people don’t know, however, that the lawsone molecule also has a strong attraction to the keratin (hair protein) in your hair! The lawsone molecule binds to the keratin, and stains the hair shaft red. If it interests you, this blog beat me to it to research the reaction and how it works.. http://cthuliz.com/blog/?p=2624 [...]
Florence Sashila Singarayer
Hello… I have been using pure Henna over naturel dark hair for over 25 years. I first started applying it henna powder with yogurt when I was young. I have been doing it this way for all my adult life to now. I love it! led to wait 30 min, I just apply and wait 30 min. again… My hair not get red Color, but it`s give me promote healthy hair growth, providing soft, shiny threads and away from the gray hair it makes me feel so alive… my hair growing very well. Can you explain about this for me?
CBell Hair Journey » Getting ready to Henna
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I have been dying my hair any red from light auburn (which I prefer best) to as dark as Irish Red Auburn, thanks to my stylist who seems to think it should be darker every month for reasons I can't sink my teeth into! I have taken a harvest of hairbrush hair and used OOPS Color Remover to see if the color would lighten considerably. The final result was a gorgeous light ginger auburn which I would love to maintain using henna. Is there a way to achieve this by mixing 3/4 Cassia with 1/4 Henna just to make my normal drab dark blonde/grey roots close to the lighter auburn color? Has anyone done this, and is the application procedure any different?
Thanks for this site. It is very informative.
Great information I love it!! I just started using henna and love the results!! But where do you find it soo cheap? 2 packsge for 1.98 wow!! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org like to know what store. @thank you so much for your info.
Mary Rathika Ocon-Rajanathan
this gives me an idea :) , i should try this, maybe do an ombre style?