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Fresh Moroccan Henna Powder

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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

Spring 2020
(strongest color comes from the Spring crops)



Download Instructions:


Moroccan henna powder has a dye release of 1-2 hours for hair use, and 6-8 hours for body art use. This henna powder does not freeze well. Best if used fresh.

How much you will need depends on your hair length, and thickness. This will give you a generally idea of how much you’ll need for 1 application:

Above ear length: 50-75 grams

Shoulder length: 100-125 grams

Bra strap length or mid-back: 150-175 grams

Lower back (above hips): 200 to 225 grams

Hip/Waist length: 250 to 300 grams


166 Reviews

  • Disappointed

    Posted by Nrcrcle on 17th Sep 2020

    I have been buying from HennaSooq for a couple years now and have ALWAYS been MORE than pleased with your products. This henna was grainy, it didn’t mix well and it left my hair extremely dry. I’m not new to the henna game or using this particular powder. I truly believe something was wrong with this batch. I will definitely buy again because I love the company but I thought you should know

    HS Reply: We're so sorry about this. Thank you for your feedback. We def appreciate you letting us know. Due to COVID19 they didn't have enough women to sift due to retrictions but this won't happen again on the future batches now that things have gotten much better.

  • Best for brunette color

    Posted by Amanda E. on 11th Sep 2020

    I love this henna for creating dark chocolatey browns. I mix the dry powders-60% indigo, 35% Moroccan henna and 5% cassia obovata—w/hot water from the tap and I apply the mix immediately to my hair. I don’t dye release it. I don’t wait. I only mix as much as I can apply to my hair within 20 minutes. I then wrap my hair in Saran Wrap to keep it moist and I sit under a bonnet dryer for 20-30 mins. Then I cover the hair wrapped in plastic with a wool winter cap to keep the heat in. I leave it on for 2 1/2 hours and the mix dye releases right there on my hair. This dyes my gray hair a gorgeous dark chocolate color. I love it! I would highly recommend this henna if you are looking to create browns and blacks in one step. It releases a nice coppery color that gives the indigo something to adhere to but it’s not so red that it overpowers the indigo in any way. You don’t get any red poking out from underneath the brown or black after a couple of shampoos. And this method, mixing the dry powders thoroughly (without adding acid to the henna, which indigo does not like), adding hot tap water and applying immediately (indigo can only permanently bond with hair within the first 20 to 30 minutes after it is mixed with water. After that, it’s only a temporary dye. Waiting for indigo to dye release 30 minutes and then applying it to hair ensures that it’s going to be volatile, unstable and that it will wash out. You need to get indigo on your hair as soon as you mix it with water. Let it dye release on your hair.), is the way to go. I’ve tried acidifying the Henna and letting indigo dye release for 20 to 30 minutes before applying it. It does not work out well. Unreliable. Trust me, try it this way if you want to create beautiful brunette colors. You will love the color. And this is a much simpler process.

  • Morocccan Henna Powder

    Posted by Teddi on 9th Sep 2020

    Best henna around. My thin strands love it. My hair looks healthy and is strong.

  • Moroccan Henna Powder

    Posted by Marissa A on 18th Aug 2020

    The color is nice but it is very grainy. I naturally have long, curly (3b/3c) hair, that is dark brown with many grey streaks. I have tried all of the henna's from Henna Sooq multiple times over the years. I have hennaed my hair at least two dozen times. My favorite henna is Red Raj because it dyes my hair a deep red color, covers my greys, and is easy to wash out. Rajasthani is my second favorite. Moroccan henna is a nice color, but it is a nightmare to wash out. It takes at least 3 or 4 separate washes before I can completely remove the thousands of grainy particles from my hair. I have been using it mixed with a pack of Rajasthani because Red Raj was out of stock. I normally use a packet of Rajasthani with a packet of Red Raj, and it washes out in a single wash. I am giving this product 3 stars purely because the challenges I face when washing it out of my hair due to the grainy texture.

    HS Reply: We apologize, this batch for Moroccan henna didn't have the hand sifting it typically would and this mainly due to COVDI19 and short staff in Morocco, because not as many workers could assist. We definitely have let them know and that this won't happen again. We will improve the sift of this powder.

  • Morracan Henna Powder

    Posted by Barbara Lattimore-Walker on 4th Aug 2020

    First time user, the powder was grainy and after washing my hair (3) times, I continued to find particles on my scalp. I am experiencing issues with color that may be due to my resistant greys. However I am not one to give up so I plan to reapply Indigo alone to hopefully eliminate this awful penny-red color.

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