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Henna of Egypt - Breiz Henné
Description of the Egyptian Henna
To obtain an auburn and coppery hair color, the Egyptian henna vegetable coloring is recommended. Depending on the initial color of the hair, the color chart will be more or less dark, ranging from red to chestnut. In addition to other hair coloring powders for hair, the result will be different but the hair more brilliant. It is a natural color that gives beautiful red or intense red effects depending on the mixture used and the basic hair color.
It also helps to shrink the hair fiber, cleanse the scalp and bring shine and health to the hair.
With what basic color?
Egyptian henna powder is a dye suitable for all hair colors: blond hair, light brown, dark chestnut and red. Depending on the base color, this hair color henna will lighten, darken and color the hair to the color ebony.
Associated with other powders, such as indigo, she will hide the white hair by smashing them.
Advice for using this coloring powder
Heat the water and add it to the Egyptian henna powder (Hot water but not boiling)
Stir to obtain a paste with a thick consistency.
It is possible to add other coloring powders depending on the desired final color.
For best results, it is advisable to leave the paste for several hours at room temperature.
Just before installation, it is possible to add moisturizing agents to prevent drying (glycerin, aloe vera gel etc.), avoiding adding vegetable oils.
How to apply the natural coloring powder?
Wash your hair with your usual shampoo ans apply the Egyptian henna paste on the hair, lock by wick, in thick layer.
Wrap with cellophane and a towel or scarf.
Leave for 1H to 12H depending on the color of the hair, the desired result and mixing.
Rinse hair thoroughly without using shampoo.
Do not wash your hair for 24 to 48 hours.
Composition of the Egyptian Henna
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