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Hair naturally, without chemicals, lead-free, no artificial coloring. Hair coloring is used in commercially available chemicals to remove, replace or enhance the natural pigments in hair cord.

- Skin irritation, itching, burning, irritation, redness, pain
- Allergy to chemicals such as PPD (p-phenylenediamine)
- Breakage or hair thinning, excessive transformation
- Discoloration of the skin or drying
- Unpredictable color (especially with house paints)


Apart from the side effects mentioned above, there are serious health problems, the possible problems of chemical hair dyes. There are publications about the risks of hair dyes, including:

- An FDA study lead acetate are many toxic dyes.
- Articles related to the development of certain cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma, non-Hodgkin's, bladder cancer, leukemia and multiple myeloma, as a result of hair dye use.
- A known human carcinogen, 4-ABP, was found in some hair dyes at home.


Natural hair dyes like henna powder plant, Indigo, Cassia and Amla (to learn more click on each one) can be safely used to enhance or change the color of your hair. It's for the plants mixed with lemon juice, water and / or yogurt in your home to make a paste that is applied to the hair and your scalp.

Because it is natural, peel the natural pigment of the hair, the color you get this message of hair color, which color. For example, henna and used only white red hair when henna straight brown hair were found to produce a auburn hair.

These powders are safe treatment for use in chemical or dyed hair, as well. If you have your hair with this color powder and a color that is not dark enough, you can easily deepen with another application.

You should also try to paste in a small sample of hair (take the hair from the hair brush for this) to see what is the color that will be on your hair.

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If using Amla, Indigo or do not need to pre-mix the powder with the lemon juice. ONLY HENNA or CASSIA be mixed with lemon juice and sit overnight. Indigo and Amla can be mixed with henna and tuned, if you are willing to implement it.

Whatever the combination of powder you use, follow the instructions below in combination:


Combined powder 100g for short hair

200g for straight hair round length

300g smooth shoulder for the length of the hair

500g of straight waist length hair

Please note that this guidance for production and your hair will need more or less.

Or Cassia Mix henna with enough lemon juice to make a paste the consistency of mashed potatoes. If your skin is sensitive to lemon and itching after henna, use orange juice, grapefruit juice, or a liquid which is less acidic than lemon juice.

When henna or Cassia based, is the acid in lemon juice, color of plant powder. Once your Indigo or Amla mixed, you can shake with all folders to help you plan the mixture. You can first apply a folder, let it sit, rinse, then later apply a different folder on your hair. When you apply folders at different times, you are the color deeper or darker.

To take, for example, a very deep color of black hair, you should first dye your hair with henna, then dried indigo color henna'd hair. If you do not want such a deep black, you can simply mix the henna and of indigo, and apply as a single file.

There are medical test evidence that henna is relaxing and can relieve headaches. To apply the paste for hair, bleaching and dry hair, then comb. You may want your hair for easier part of the application. Apply a thick paste like frost. Continue until all the hair is covered, then you pile all your hair to the top of the head and wrap with plastic wrap. Cover with an old towel, if you want, but the towel can be painted if the folder is for him. Clean avoid painting any exposed skin.

Leave the paste for 2-4 hours to sit in the hair prior to check color. If your hair is very resistant to dye, you can keep more. Finally, wash the henna mix out of your hair. Just rinse with lukewarm water. Your hair is probably a distinct odor to it. For a few days if the smell of the paste / powder do not like, cook a teaspoon of lavender bud or rosemary tea powder in water, strain residue plant and rinse your hair with rosemary or lavender tea grass-y for combat odors. First, the hair is dyed with henna can copper appear bright. The body art quality henna dyes hands and feet easily, but not your ears and neck. If you clean the henna, you will not see anything. Your hair for the last three days to settle in actual colors. Thicker and longer applications mean richer color. Apply henna like cake frosting. The henna powder is milled from dried leaves of the plant Lawsonia inermis. When mixed with a mildly acidic liquid, henna coloring the skin, hair and red-orange nails. Strengthens the hair, add shine and is an anti-fungal and helps to eliminate problems such as dandruff, lice and ringworm. It strengthens the hair, such as leaving the colors your hair shiny, healthy and beautiful. Henna has been used as a natural temporary tattoo. Indigo is one of the oldest dyes for dyeing and printing fabrics used. When used with henna or Amla, can produce a wide range of colors, in dark colors brunette has colors consequence. It is a basic paste or alkaline unlike with henna, so no need lemon juice to activate. It provides strength and shine along the hair.

Commonly used in paints, shampoos, hair oils, and fixing dyes on fabrics. Used with henna and indigo, creates a softer brown. It is probably the best hair conditioners nature. Cassia is an excellent emollient for all the hair, regardless of color. Cassia is a green leaf powder as mown grass smells strongly when mixed with water. Makes hair shiny and thick, shiny, silky and strong - even damaged or bleached hair. Cassia has a golden yellow dye molecule. The color will not change the dark or red hair, but gray or blonde turn hair golden. Mix Cassia and henna blonde shades, auburn and copper.

This powder plants work very well and give you beautiful hair without worrying about chemicals and subsequent.
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