… second layer of strength, without locking out moisture. More benefits include:
- With the cuticle rough edges smoothed over, the hair feels smoother and the cuticle takes a lot less damage during combing and manipulation. It takes several days for henna to stabilize, allowing it to becomes more flexible.
- Anyone that has used red chemicals dyes knows how badly they fade. Henna may fade a little after the first application, but after the second application fades very little.
Here’s a couple of quick henna hair recipes:
You can add amla powder (about 1/4 of your mix or less) to your henna prior to stirring in liquid. Since amla is slightly acidic, you can simply mix with plain water (rather than tea).
Mix henna with coconut milk and wait 4 to 8 hours before applying. It works wonders!
Check out my how-to/results video to see henna in action.
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