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Goddess Hair

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Bring out the beautiful goddess found in your hair.

This herbal mask is all about self love and self care. Nourish your hair with 5 essential herbs for stronger, healthier and well defined hair strands. 

Cassia {strengthen} Amla {promote hair growth} Hibiscus {shine} Fenugreek {thicker hair} Rose Petal {balance} Aloe {moisture}

Quantity: 3.5 oz / 100 grams

Ingredients: cassia auriculata*, emblica officinalis*, hibiscus rosa sinensis*, rose centifolia, trigonella foenum graecum, aloe barbadensis leaf powder*

*organic in origin 

This mask can be used every 2-3 weeks. This will not color your hair.



Place the quantity of powder you'll need for your hair length (100 grams will be enough for shoulder length hair) in a bowl. Slowly add warm distilled water to your powder and mix well. Once your consistency meets that of pancake batter then your mix is ready to be used. Apply onto your hair (ideally clean and damp) by sections and thoroughly massage into your hair to reach your scalp. Allow this mask to be in your hair at least 60 minutes and up to 2 hours. Rinse/wash your hair thoroughly. Dry and style as usual. This mask can be used every 2-3 weeks. This will not color your hair.


31 Reviews

  • Goddess Hair

    Posted by Kim Edison on 30th Jan 2021

    Incredible conditioning benefits. I combined 2 tablespoons of the Goddess Hair powder & 1 teaspoon of the Moroccan tea hair oil ( that I made! Thanks Khadija!), to a deep conditioner product (SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque ). I used a heating cap for 30 minutes & kept the treatment in my hair for an additional 30 minutes without the heating cap. My hair felt soft and it was easy to detangle. I noticed fewer strands in the sink on the floor. It's day 6 and my hair still feels nourished. I can't wait to use the product again. It feels good to give your hair such a special treat. Looking forward to the next time.

  • Definition

    Posted by Nae Gray on 2nd Jan 2021

    This mask was very hydrating, I don't know if it's because I used aloe vera juice instead of water or what. It had lots of slip and the color was so pretty. Smells herbally lol. My hair had lots of definition. It was quite messy tho. This is my second time trying Henna Sooq and I'm happy with the masks. I have 4b/4a coils.

  • Wonderful surprise

    Posted by Yolanda on 21st Nov 2020

    The goddess treatment was really great for my short high porosity hair. After the treatment my hair was full of moisture.

  • Really strengthens hair. My hair loves this combination

    Posted by Laurie from Alabama on 17th Nov 2020

    I have spent so much money on hair products- expensive ones. No product I have ever used works so well for me. My hair is very fine and often damaged from bleaching done at salons. My hair is about a medium blonde with highlights. Goddess hair strengthens my hair. When I wash it out to blow dry, none of my fragile hair snaps. It is so shiny, not one hair comes out when combing after washing, and it conditions it like crazy. I love all the herbs in this combination; my favorite being amla. I also buy the amla powder and use that as well. For my hair type- fine, damaged, blonde, herbal powders work better for me than herbal oils. Herbal powders are easy for me to wash out. I tend to just mix this with water and I coat my hair with it. I use a lot. I also leave it on for many hours. The trick to getting it out easily in the shower is to have a lot of conditioner on hand. I start by lathering my hair with conditioner first. I do this several times. Then I use a gentle shampoo (once so I don't dry it out). I follow it up by conditioning one last time and rinsing out. It sounds like a lot of work but it takes about 5 minutes. I think the key to getting it out on my type of hair is using conditioner more so than shampoo. Shampoo just seems to diminish all the great effects of these herbs. I will mention that because I leave the mixture on so long, my hair comes out reddish because of the hibiscus powder. Unlike henna though, hibiscus will wash away after several washes. I truly think this is the holy grail of hair products. I often see high dollar hair products at Ulta that tout a particular herb or oil, like amla (Indian gooseberry), aloe, etc. When you look at the ingredients, the magical herb in the product is listed almost or actually last. Why pay so much for a product that has so little of the good stuff, when you can just use the actual herb 100%? I love henna sooq because they also list the date of their batch, so you know you are getting top quality. I love pretty much all of the herbal powder masks sold by henna sooq, except for henna because I'm not ready to stop getting the occasional highlights at the salons. I totally recommend Goddess Hair.


    Posted by Anabel on 3rd Nov 2020

    Okay so initially when I bought this I was not going to to purchase again because of how messy it was. It was definitely hard to get out of my 4a hair. I also have low porosity so I feared it was going to dry out my hair. I mixed it as directed but added some honey and a dash of henna powder. I left it on for an hour and then blew out my hair. MY HAIR IS SO SOFT!!! I’ll definitely be purchasing these again. This stuff is great!

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