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STUBBORN GREYS & BLACK HAIR | How to MAKE Indigo Work for Your Resistant Hair

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 2nd Oct 2019

STUBBORN GREYS & BLACK HAIR | How to MAKE Indigo Work for Your Resistant Hair
You've tried everything! You just want those stubborn, annoying and pesky grey hairs to disappear. You want luxurious, beautiful, healthy BLACK hair.The henna part of the process is always making your hair reddish or orange and you're fed up. Is this you?Don't worry. I have the perfect solution for you. This will be a game changer for you.You see, typically the average person can do a two step process with henna and indigo and get black tones (including great coverage). That doesn't always work
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Reddish-Brown Henna and Indigo: Must DO and NOT Do's. Safely color your hair with no dryness. Guaranteed!

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 19th Jan 2019

Reddish-Brown Henna and Indigo: Must DO and NOT Do's. Safely color your hair with no dryness. Guaranteed!
Reddish-Brown tones using henna, indigo and aloe vera powder. This is what your proportions should look like.A reddish-brown henna hair coloring treatment consists of about 3:1 henna to indigo amounts (about 60-70% henna to 40-30% indigo). Yes, this will cover greys.THIS WILL NOT DRY NOR DAMAGE YOUR HAIR! Why and how you might ask, can I guarantee that? Well I can. Here's how.I guarantee that this will NOT damage your hair, if you use henna hair coloring correctly for your hair type, hair textur
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Indigo for Black Hair Tones Won't Work on my Hair!! HELP!

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 16th Jan 2019

Indigo for Black Hair Tones Won't Work on my Hair!! HELP!
Sometimes indigo just doesn't work. It really doesn't. It's really annoying and frustrating when this happens. The color didn't come black like you wanted it to or even worse it made the hair green toned.How can you easily get black tones using henna and indigo?The best tip that works guaranteed is to first, rather then using henna alone in your first step, is to actually add indigo to your henna in the first step to create a standard brown hair coloring recipe.Let me clarify. So you still mix y
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Khadija's Henna Body Art Recipe For Gorgeous Tattoos

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 3rd Dec 2018

Khadija's Henna Body Art Recipe For Gorgeous Tattoos
Since 2005, I have been mixing henna for body art by hand and have tried many combinations of powders and ingredients. I love the process of testing out new powders, formulations and playing in the henna “mud”. I now use a KitchenAid stand mixer to mix my henna and jagua body art recipes. I’ll be sharing with you in this blog my absolutely favorite henna recipe and steps I take to get a smooth, creamy and dark staining henna body art recipe for henna tattoos that will last 7-10 days.Essential in
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How to Choose the Right Henna Powder

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 20th Nov 2018

How to Choose the Right Henna Powder
THERE ARE SO MANY DIFFERENT HENNA POWDERS. HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE ONE THAT WILL WORK BEST?There are a few things that are a must when choosing any henna powder:Fresh. You must always buy fresh henna powder. If you want a great stain, don’t just grab henna off the shelf (since who knows how long it may have been sitting there) Even from crop to crop you will notice that the freshest henna powder gives the best stain results. After all, doesn’t a chef use the freshest ingredients in the preparation
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Complete Guide | How to Color Your Hair with Henna and Indigo

Posted by Khadija Dawn Carryl on 20th Nov 2018

Complete Guide | How to Color Your Hair with Henna and Indigo
We just updated our instructions for Henna and Indigo to be even more comprehensive and detailed then ever before! (410) 579-4543When using any new hair product it is always recommended that you do hair strand tests first, or a skin patch test. Even natural products can cause allergic reactions. Test before use.Important: Please keep in mind that everyone has their own unique hair texture. Henna and Ayurvedic treatments can be drying for some, and it is recommended that you add hair oil to
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