It is important to take a few strands of hair from your hair brush and experiment by following the instructions to see what hair colour you arrive at. Depth of colour depends on duration applied. If you want darker shades your can add coffee powder to the mixture, or boiled tea leaf water.
Mix Khadi Amla and Henna in warm water to make thick paste (five large tablespoons for very short hair). You can add coffee, tea leaf juice, pure Amla powder, or pure Shikakai powder. Soak overnight in glass bowl.
Apply all over hair. Leave on for at least two hours. Rinse with plain water. Oil and shampoo next day.
Henna, Amla, Manjistha, Katechu, Palash, Haritaki and Jamun all are herbs and flowers whose colours combine together to form a deep dark shade for your hair. However Henna is the herb which carries its colour deep down into the cuticles and also helps the other natural colours to penetrate. Bahera maintains hair colour, while Iron reacts with Amla to help create a dark shade. Shikakai conditions your hair making it soft and Bhringaraj promotes hair growth. Neem in antiseptic and keeps scalp free of infections, Lodhra heals wounds and Sandalwood cools the scalp.Certification
BDIH natural cosmetics certification.
|Product type||Hair Colours|
|Country of origin||Germany|
Lawsonia Inermis (Henna), Emblica Officinalis (Amla), Acacia concinna (Shikakai), Terminalia belerica (Bahera), Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Acacia catechu (Katechu), Azadirachta indica (Neem), Symplocos racemosa (Lodhi), Eclipta Alba (Bringaraj), CI 77499 (Iron Oxide), Rubia cordifolia (Manjistha), Bacopa Monniera (Brahmi), Syzygium cumini (Jamun), Indigofera Tinctoria (Indigo), Santalum album (Chantan, Sandalwood).