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 by a woman's cooperative in Morocco that we work with. Often sought out, Moroccan henna powder is noted for its stringy like texture, quick dye release and ease of use with indigo for hair dyeing.
We love our Moroccan henna powder because:
- it has a fast dye release of only 1-2 hours for hair use
- blends well with indigo to create brown to black tones
- yields a copper-red hair tone when used as is
- easily washes out of hair
- will cover grey hairs
- strengthens hair strands
- conditions hair
- loosens curl pattern
- increases thickness of the hair
- protects your hair from the elements
- reduces split ends
- gets rid of dandruff
- creates beautiful deep copper henna body art stains (temporary tattoos)
Quantity 100 grams
(strongest color comes from the Spring crops)
I have used this henna many times and am never disappointed with the results. I love the coppery red look.
I've been using Henna and Indigo for years. This is the first time in 3 years that I've used such a wonderful combination. I have stubborn gray and this combo colored my grays, softened my curls, and thickened my hair. Henna Sooq has excellent products that are very affordable.
I usually don’t write reviews BUT the quality of this product and other Henna Sooq products is phenomenal. I am new to the natural hair care community. I am pleased with how this henna mixed up; nice and smooth as pictured in you tube videos as well as mixing well with the Indigo. It was easy to apply to damp hair. And the color was exceptional! A dark coppery/
Brown color -as I also used alma and aloe. It exceeded my expectations. I thought I would need to used Indigonalone to cover my grays and the 50/50 did the job. My hair was shiny and manageable after use and moisturized. It did loosen my curls but not as much as I thought it would - I have 4c hair.
Thank you Khadijah! Great product !
I've used a henna, indigo, amla, and aloe combination for a while now. This was my first time using Henna Sooq's products and they are definitely superior. My hair came out so much softer and my curls so much bouncier than usual. Will definitely repurchase!
The coppery color of this henna makes it perfect to mix with indigo and cassia obovata to create chocolatey browns because it’s not so red that it dominates the other colors. I don’t dye release it or acidify it. I thoroughly mix this henna powder with indigo and cassia obovata powders, add hot tap water and immediately apply. I let it sit on my head just long enough for the indigo’s dyeing power to wane, about three hours, and then I rinse. The color is gorgeous and the henna is strong enough to thoroughly cover my grays in one step. However, the sift of this henna is like sand. Literally. The amount of time that I have to take to rinse this out of my hair makes it less appealing, though the fantastic copper color achieved through really fast dye release is unbeatable when it comes to creating browns and so I suffer through it. I absolutely love the color and how fast the dye releases. I hate the sift. I’ll be really happy with the next batch of this henna if the sift can go back to what I’m used to. (I think this is just a bad batch. I’ve used this henna in my hendigo mixes for a couple of years now and the sift has been better than what you’re getting in this batch. So, I’m hopeful we’ll get that back w/the next batch.) I would definitely recommend it for color.
HS Reply: In the next future batch of Moroccan henna we won't have this issue. This was related to COVID19 and the restrictions of those who could work and process the henna for us in Morocco. They didn't allow too many people to work the cooperative so it affected the sift. In the new Spring 2021 batch we will have a much better sift.