Future Henna Experience

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If God allows me to, I will be trying my first Henna treatment. For those of you not familiar, let me enlighten:

Benefits of Henna in Hair http://benefitof.net/benefits-of-henna-in-hair/

Henna is largely utilized for its strong dyeing effects on hair. It is renders a superb reddish color to individuals with dark hair. Other than hair dyeing, henna has countless other benefits for hair. It promotes hair growth and can also treat hair loss. More benefits of henna in hair are shown in the following article…

Cures hair loss Henna is an ancient natural remedy for treating hair loss and it was used by the Pharaohs for maintaining proper hair health. It works by sealing and repairing the cuticle, thereby assisting to heal the hair shaft. Hair breakage is limited and prevented due to this action. Furthermore, it also offers a natural hair shine. The other method through which henna prevents hair loss is through balancing the scalp’s PH.

Treats scalp problems Henna treats most of the scalp disorders like dryness, dandruff and other problems. It also removes or reverses effects of the normal daily pollution like fumes on hair. Dryness caused by too much blow drying can be remedied with henna application. Furthermore, henna also averts premature hair graying.

Herbal condition Henna acts like a great herbal conditioner, giving hair a shiny and sleek look. It nourishes hair and also makes it silky and soft. The best method of availing the advantages of henna in hair conditioning is through soaking the henna in honey and curd and applying onto the head. The curd guards against hair drying and is responsible as well for the extra shine. Then again, you can add lemon juice to henna and then apply it to hair for the conditioning benefit. You require washing your hair several times so as to remove the mixture from the hair. Even though henna is largely safe for hair use, you should only purchase the pure form of henna to avert complications.

It comes in a powder form, and I have to mix it with boiling water. To my understanding, a little messy, but so beneficial!

4 thoughts on “Future Henna Experience

    Advanced Electrolysis Paddington said:
    February 21, 2012 at 7:42 am

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    Shahidah said:
    February 26, 2012 at 3:34 am

    I have used henna for about nine months now. I also use indigo. I’m trying very hard not to use commercial dyes because it really destroys my hair. I think you will like the henna. Make sure to deep condition after.

      cys2011 responded:
      February 26, 2012 at 9:20 pm


      cys2011 responded:
      February 26, 2012 at 9:20 pm


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