Mehandi Shampoo Bars
I use henna and indigo on my hair about 2x's a year. I love it so much better than chemical dyes. It makes my hair shiny and I don't have to worry about damage. Recently my favorite place to buy henna came out with shampoo bars. I am floored! When they say it makes your fat they are not kidding. I have tons of hair but my individual hairs had always been fine. After about 3 weeks of using the bar shampoo I can see a huge difference in my hair size. Of course my hair has more gloss and shine. When I finish washing my hair does not feel as if all the moisture is gone. It just feels clean. I've tried a few of these and they work great on my oily scalp but normal ends hair. *Tip do not store these in the shower near water or they will shrink fast similar to how more natural based soap does in the shower. *Just wanted to add that if you are using Henna to color you hair avoid ones with salt. Also body art quality Henna works best.
mehandi.com is the only site i trust to carry BAQ (art body quality) henna. i love the henna, it has the properties of conditioning the hair and makes it healthy and shiney. the hair is thicker. the more you henna the better you... mehandi.com is the only site i trust to carry BAQ (art body quality) henna. i love the henna, it has the properties of conditioning the hair and makes it healthy and shiney. the hair is thicker. the more you henna the better your hair will be. also, the deeper the color. the grays after 2nd or 3rd henna stay away, but with new growth you need to do touch up. chemical colrs only gives a coating but will fade. i wash my hair the day before with a clarifying shampoo, no conditioner. only use BAQ Henna and lemon juice, wait for dye release, about 7 hours for Punjabi Prime, dampen hair and glop the stuff on saran wrap, shower cap and heated towel and wait 8 hours (the more glop the better for dye uptake)., this is my hair 7 days after henna ( it is a little windy out) if you said you used henna from the store., you really don't know what you are getting. store hennas are compound hennas, they have metalic salts peroxide and ppd in them even tho the import manufacture doesn't have to list them since they are not regulated to. they only list the plant(s) and any other so called natural ingredient. check out mehandi.com and go to the link called henna for hair., there you will learn alot more. also go to the mixes page for henna on varying hair textures. BAQ henna isn't a dye, but a translusent color that builds on itself to give the shade of henna you crave. henna is mood hair, in diffrent light it shows color diffrently. i have photos on flcker http://www.flickr.com/search/people/?q=greenf75 you'll see my henna hair and captions, i also uploaded my medium not quite dark mousey hair.