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Hannah Natural 100% Pure Indigo Powder for Hair Dye 100 Gram
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100% chemical free all natural herbal henna;The only ingredient is indigo leaf powder;Gives a natural and attractive indigo blue color for your hair;Contains 2 packs of 50 gram each, pair of gloves, shower cap and full detailed instructions;Product of India
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This box comes with 2 bags of indigo, as does the henna of the same brand. When I used one bag it wasn't enough to fully cover my head. And, with just the henna it came out carrot top read - too bright for even slightly crazy me. :) If you like very red, this is awesome! But beware, the grays come out VERY read.
Then, I did some research. Now, I've made my hair PERFECT!! It is a medium to dark brown with beautiful red highlights. I love it! And it is super healthy. Even my hair dresser sister loved it and said how natural and healthy it looked. Here is the formula I put together after research:
1 bag of this henna (same brand as this stuff - it's orange/red dye)
1 bag of indigo
1 tablespoon of Amla (it's a natural power conditioner you can get on Amazon cheap and helps reduce red)
dash of salt (I read this releases the dye)
mix these dry ingredients together
Add about 1 1/2 cups of hot water and stir (to the consistency of pancake or cake batter)
Add 1 tablespoon lemon (releases dye also, I read)
Add 1 tablespoon olive oil (this is VERY important - it is SO much easier to spread on hair and rinse out with this addition)
Mix all these and let it sit 30 minutes. Then, put it on your hair, as you would any other dye. Seperating sections and really saturating it. Cover with a shower cap. Then, let it sit for 1.5 hours or more - I did 1.5 hours.
Rinse. Shampoo. Condition. Maybe shampoo a second time - I find that residue stains my shirt after first two shampoos, so doing it twice helps. This residue goes away after a couple shampoos.
The above recipe worked amazingly for me. Love, love, love it. Some people complain about the smell, but my entire family, including my 7 year old son, like it fine - we think it smells like strong tea. Of course, everyone's hair is different, but the above worked great for me. Good luck!
- I washed my hair, dried it with a towel, and applied my paste, which I made right before using it: 1 tbs of Amla (supposedly nourishes hair and cools down reddish color of hannah) and 3 tbs of hannah and warm water to make ketchup-like paste . My hair is short, so this amount was perfect, and also it was not messy at all. Put a shower cup, wool cup on top, for 5 hours. Then washed it out with a little bit of conditioner. The result was amazing, even though the roots were orange a little, after I dried my hair, I could not see it, and grey was covered.
- two days later, I made another paste: 1 tbs of hannah and 1 tbs of indigo, just to make roots darker; for about 1 hour; I would suggest to have it for a little longer; at first I did not see the difference, but the next day, roots were a little darker. These pictures from today, a few days after this second coloring.
- now I am planning to do that maybe once a month, and next time I will mix 1 tbs of amla, 1 tbs of hannah, 2 tbs of indigo; and will see how that would look with a little more indigo. I did not buy ready-mix hannah, I bought all separately: amla, hannah and indigo, so I can play, mix it and modify as I need.
You're going to want to buy Indigo powder, but if you want black you're still going to need hena. I've used Hannah Natural 100% Pure Indigo Powder for Hair Dye. If you want brown you can mix up your henna, let it cure, then add the indigo powder to it before applying it to your hair. If you want a raven black color, and it made mine really black almost blue black, it's a two step process. First you do the henna and after that's washed out you mix up your indigo and apply it for at least 8 hours. I'll add instructions to the bottom.
Step 1 the Henna
-------After mixing the henna ( I like to use warm mint and ginger tea ( or ginger powder) and cinnamon powder with squirt of lemon and a table spoon of honey so that it smells nicer) I let it sit and 'cure' over night to have the strongest color possible. Sometimes people find henna's earthy scent to be kinda smelly like hay and possibly weed. Which is why I use my tea solution. After you apply the henna mix , which should have the thickened consistency of greek yogurt, let it sit for no less than four hours. If you want a stronger red color I recommend at least 12 hours or over night. You can use a shower cap or wrap it with plastic wrap to hold it in your hair and to prevent dripping on yourself and clothes. If you're going to sleep with it on, maybe wrap a scarf over that and sleep on a towel. The longer you leave it on the more vibrant the hue, however having naturally black/brown hair myself the you may not get the color like on the box. It won't be as red as if you used chemicals to bleach and dye your hair. It is however going to give it more of a red glaze to your hair. It will look very red in the sunlight and bring out your natural copper highlights. It's really beautiful looking and natural. The henna is also much more gentle on your hair than chemicals. When you rinse it out, use warm water and conditioner only. Do not use shampoo on your hair the first few days. Some people mix coconut/milk/butter/oil with their henna before they apply it, but I suggest using it after to soften your hair. Henna dries it out a little bit. Your hair will definitely feel healthier and thicker though. I love using henna. Since you're applying indigo immediately after skip using anything but warm water to get the henna out. Make sure you rinse it ALL OUT.
STEP 2 the indigo-----------
Indigo, unlike henna, must be used right away. Letting it sit to "cure" won't do anything but make the product less efficient. Make sure to buy pure indigo powder for hair. None of that suspicious body art stuff. You don't want the crap that comes with twigs and branches. All powder only. You can mix it up with tea again b/c it smells like boiled peas. I would add a pinch of salt to help the color out. Mix it up just before you're rinsing all the henna out. Again to a thick, greek yogurt consistency. Make sure ALL of the henna is rinsed out and if you need use only minimal amounts of shampoo or conditioner, but try not to use conditioner at all. Once it's fully rinsed you can towel dry your hair to so it's not dripping wet. Apply your indigo as carefully as you did the henna. Indigo also stains but has a more blue/green stain than the henna. Like the henna you , the longer you leave it on, the stronger the color. If you want black leave it on at least 8 hours or over night. Once the time has passed you can first rinse it gently with luke warm water and then wash it out with conditioner. You're not going to want to shampoo your hair every day. Every other day is more than fine. In fact only use conditioner to clean your hair. Indigo also has a drying affect on hair.
extra tips : Make sure you do this in the bathroom or other tiled room. Don't wear clothes you like. You will drip and it will stain. Have towel around your shoulders during application. I've even gone as far as wearing a poncho to protect my clothes. Once you apply it, I use my hands, which are protected with gloves, you can use a shower cap or saran wrap (cling wrap/ grocery bags will do in a pinch if they're plastic) to encase your head. It's gonna feel hot,but that's okay. Make sure to wrap everything up nice and tight. If you're going to to wear it to sleep, you can wrap it up with scarves or bandanas. Cover your pillow and side of the bed with towels for during the night.
From my experience this two step process has yielded very black results that I love. For a more brown look you can add the indigo powder to your henna mix right before application. « Show Less