Pure Henna (Mendhi) Powder

7,95
Pure Henna (Mendhi) Powder 100g

Henna, traditionally known as Mehandi, is extracted from the flowering plant Lawsonia Inermis which grows across South Asia and Northern Africa. Used for centuries in India, the Middle East, and North Africa to create body art, Henna is a pure and natural plant dye which is used as an intensive conditioning treatment for hair, whilst giving a subtle brownish-red colour. In Indian tradition, brides have their hands and feet beautifully decorated before the wedding day with intricate Henna designs.

Full Ingredients

Lawsonia inermis (100% Pure Henna Powder).

How To Use

BODY ART:
1. Use 30g of henna powder and place in a container.
2. Add lemon juice to create a smooth paste. The lemon juice will activate the colour in the henna
powder.
3. Cover the container and place in a warm area overnight.
4. Add 5-6 drops of eucalyptus, clove or lavender oil.
5. Mix well, henna paste is ready to use. Depth of colour will depend on the individual’s skin
chemistry.

FOR HAIR:
1. Use 50-100g of henna powder, depending on your hair length and place in a container.
2. Add lemon juice and create a smooth paste. The lemon juice will activate the colour in the henna
powder. You can also add 10-15ml of avocado or sesame oil and 10g of Ayumi amla powder.
3. Cover the container and place in a warm area overnight.
4. Add 5-6 drops of essential oil, such as eucalyptus, clove or lavender oil.
5. Mix well, henna paste is ready to use.
6. Apply the paste to your hair ensuring even coverage.
7. Wrap your hair in a disposable shower cap.
8. Use a wet cloth to wipe off any excess henna from your hair line.
9. Wait 2-4 hours. Unwrap and rinse with warm water.
10. Apply shampoo & rinse. Let your hair dry naturally.

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Pure Henna (Mendhi) Powder
7,95

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Peso .400 kg
Pure Henna (Mendhi) Powder 100g

Henna, traditionally known as Mehandi, is extracted from the flowering plant Lawsonia Inermis which grows across South Asia and Northern Africa. Used for centuries in India, the Middle East, and North Africa to create body art, Henna is a pure and natural plant dye which is used as an intensive conditioning treatment for hair, whilst giving a subtle brownish-red colour. In Indian tradition, brides have their hands and feet beautifully decorated before the wedding day with intricate Henna designs.

Full Ingredients

Lawsonia inermis (100% Pure Henna Powder).

How To Use

BODY ART:
1. Use 30g of henna powder and place in a container.
2. Add lemon juice to create a smooth paste. The lemon juice will activate the colour in the henna
powder.
3. Cover the container and place in a warm area overnight.
4. Add 5-6 drops of eucalyptus, clove or lavender oil.
5. Mix well, henna paste is ready to use. Depth of colour will depend on the individual’s skin
chemistry.

FOR HAIR:
1. Use 50-100g of henna powder, depending on your hair length and place in a container.
2. Add lemon juice and create a smooth paste. The lemon juice will activate the colour in the henna
powder. You can also add 10-15ml of avocado or sesame oil and 10g of Ayumi amla powder.
3. Cover the container and place in a warm area overnight.
4. Add 5-6 drops of essential oil, such as eucalyptus, clove or lavender oil.
5. Mix well, henna paste is ready to use.
6. Apply the paste to your hair ensuring even coverage.
7. Wrap your hair in a disposable shower cap.
8. Use a wet cloth to wipe off any excess henna from your hair line.
9. Wait 2-4 hours. Unwrap and rinse with warm water.
10. Apply shampoo & rinse. Let your hair dry naturally.