If you have medium hair, you will have enough with one. If you have thicker hair or long hair, one and a half or two.
You can store it in an airtight container, but remember that after a few months it may no longer have its coloring effect.
Yes, you can.
S Yes, absolutely. In fact Henna is antiparasitic, so it is also highly recommended to fend off lice.
Neutral henna (Cassia Obovata) doesn´t give color and pure henna (Lawsonia Inermis) does color hair.
Yes, it can with the following nuances:
Henna produces the tone depending on the base we are working on. The color is coppery, and may be more intense or less, depending on the infusion of plants with which you prepare the henna. If you are brunette, don´t be afraid that you'll end up with a 70´s hippy style orange look: it´s okay, that won´t happen.
It tints them, creating highlights. We don´t advise the application of henna on hair with more than 60% gray hair.
You can do all the long ones you wish without fear: you won´t dye the water.
Because the henna is astringent and the oil allows it to be kept well hydrated, facilitating the binding of the color in the hair. It uses first rate cold pressed cosmetic oils, such as those we offer in Henna Morena.
Approximately 3 tablespoons (like a shot, if you prefer).
If you spend all night with the oil on your head, even better! This gives the hair more time to absorb it and repair its internal structure. A well-hydrated hair is healthy hair. Furthermore, it's best if you don´t expose yourself to the sun while you have oil in your hair.
NO! We don´t test on animals, it goes against our philosophy and principles. And, furthermore, it's not legal.
Yes, there is only one henna!
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