New Moroccan Collection!
Indulge yourself with our professional body art grade Moroccan henna powder freshly imported from Morocco's Western Sahara region. This powder is milled and sifted by hand with the women's cooperative in Morocco. Often sought out, Moroccan henna powder is noted for its stringiness and quick dye release.
We love our Moroccan henna powder because:
- it has a fast dye release
- creates beautiful deep copper toned henna body art stains
- blends well with indigo to create brown to black tones
- good choice for those not wanting intense red tones
- yields a copper-red tone when used alone
- easily washes out of hair
- conditions hair
- loosens curl pattern
- thicker hair
- protects your hair from the elements
- reduces split ends
- gets rid of dandruff
- kills lice
Quantity 100 grams
(strongest color comes from the October crops)
The Moroccan covered my gray hair extremely well and it was not so red. Afterwards, I used the Indigo, hoping for a black. Used everything as directed and I still ended up with a medium to dark brown. Before, I used the Jamel and it didn’t cover my gray at all nor give me a black when used with the Indigo. I would purchase the Moroccan again but not the Indigo or the Jamel. I want to achieve a black and not brown. So, I will be moving on to find an Indigo that works
The product listing and Customer Service directly confirmed to me that the powder is body art quality, but after purchasing this powder, I found that it was not. As a henna body artist, I have tried various henna powders, including others from HennaSooq. Some powders are more finely sifted than others, and I strain my paste by hand to deal with the grittier ones.
Unlike those powders, this one is not just hard to use, it is impossible. The paste would not pass through an applicator or a strainer at all, so I could not even use it as practice. The grains of henna--not clumps, but individual grains--are clearly visible. Customer Service clarified to me that it's because this powder is sifted by hand by the hard work of the women's collective, which I was happy to support, but I definitely want to let other artists know. I'm disappointed to see henna powder go to waste; I try my best to at least practice with every batch. However, this paste is truly for hair only, and I really hope that it helps other artists in making their body art henna powder purchases! I do hope that those who are happy with using it for hair continue to do so.
HS Reply: Thank you for your feedback. We definitely do appreciate your review. Do note Moroccan henna is yes sifted by hand, by a women's cooperative in the Sahara of Morocco. Batches can slightly vary with sift due to this. We ensure that we are always working to improve the sift and texture of our henna powders. They are in fact all BAQ as BAQ also means the henna is pure and good enough to use by henna artists. Whereas this sift of the particular batch you received may not be as good as we usual have it, it's still what we considered a body art level quality henna powder that can be and is safe to use by henna artists. We will always carry that level of henna powder. Please check back on the next Moroccan Collection batch will be the utmost best crop from Morocco we have yet to receive. It's due in March 2019. Thank you again! - KC
Recently I purchased your henna along with indigo ( they make a good combination to cover my grey roots with an auburn tone I love) There's lots of other items I've bought over the years too, such as lavendar & tea tree oils , amla, other products that keep my aging hair looking great...Thank you Khadija for some wonderful products & service, I'll continue to recommend you to my friends who are interested....Jo
I’ve been utilizing this company’s henna and sometimes indigo for many many years (since the birth of Red Raj). Hands down best company and service — they really care are honest and btw their (non organic) indigo for hair is abso the best on planet. Anyway for some strange reason I’ve tried all hennas except Moroccan (and that’s the only region that has any personal significance to me as when I lived in Andalucia Spain id go often and the women’s cooperative thing is great). I’d been using any henna and indigo for hair 2-step for black to cover a yucky blonde job on my natural dark brunette with some greys 39 year old short slightly wavy normal hair. So good roots but damaged ends. I henna like 2/month cuz I love everything about it. This first time w Moroccan, I clarified my hair with the soapnuts bar. Holy squeaky clean! Yet not knotty or damaged feeling (soft water in NJ). No other product. Then mixed 1/2 packette Moroccan with warm water nothing else. I usually put EOs or amla but not this time I wanted the full trial of what this henna could do. I don’t dye release. I always put on immediately and sleep in it. Since Saturday night I slept 12 hours. It was easiest to rinse ever no conditioner. No shampoo. I dried with a tee shirt and combed. With NO product my hair was INSANELY GORGEOUS. Very straightening effect for me. Very SHINY. Glossy. Thick. Wooowwe. I didn’t even indigo it as usual cuz I liked to see my few spattering of greys red heee. In fact, I stocked up on Moroccan henna and Indigo for Hair, but for a month or 2 I’m gonna just do same process. Just since my hair looks like perfect model hair it even gave reddish tinge to the black!! If starts to look weird I’ll indigo over it but wow I’ve been missing out and so glad I took the plunge for Moroccan during sales!!! :))) Khadijah is my Henna Hero Sister ❤️❤️❤️
I use it for my hair it develops very fast and that’s why I love it.