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Henna hair dye is the most common natural hair colorant sold in the market these days. This so-called natural hair dye is from the pigments of the leaves, and definitely not from the roots, bark or other parts of the henna plant. The Lawsonia Inermis, the only dye molecule found in this particular hair dye that is sufficient enough to stain the hair, gives off a red-orange color. This is why, it is quite impossible to have a wide range of colors that are purely made with henna. It is inevitable that other compounds must be added to create another color shade other than red.





Since the henna hair dye is a safe, non-toxic colorant, there are not harmful colorants that may lead to possible damage of the hair when used for period of time. Once you buy the henna hair dye, perform a test using a few strands of hair. You may be able to make use of those hairs that have been snipped from the head or those that have been taken out using a hair brush. Using a rubber band, hold one end of the hair. Apply on to the hair a creamy mixture of a small amount of henna and hot water. With the use of a piece of plastic wrap, cover your hair. You may also add in some heat to enhance red tones on your hair. Check your hair every 5 minutes until you get the exact color you wish to achieve.

In the meantime, if you wish to remove the henna dye on your hair, there are ways to do this; however, the procedures must be done within 24 hours after completely dying your hair with henna. The removal may be difficult to do if the hair is porous or was originally light-colored.


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