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dovie81 asked:

16 Jan 2010

Dying my hair with henna, trying to achieve a chestnut/chocolate brown

Hey ladies, I'm a holistic babe and I dye my hair with Henna.

Lately its been giving me red, brassy roots (i use red henna to soften my hair, following with an indigo henna for dark colour) If you're familiar with henna can you let me know if its safe to skip the red toned henna and just follow with the indigo. (indigo can be quite damaging to the hair shaft.)

lots of love, yvonne. xo

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2010

y don't you just use a rince? i like the one in my lists under 'stuff i use' you use it like a shampoo and it just adds temporary color, you use it a few times a week to maintain the pretty chocolate color. or use tea to try to add some brown colors?

3nir

3nir says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2010

I use henna for keeping my hair healthy. But if I want that colored look, I mix henna with tea liquor and coffee and apply it on my whole hair and keep it for 3hours. I do this for 3 days continuously. Now this might dry out your hair but the color looks really good. And it's natural.

dovie81

dovie81 says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2010

thanks for your reply, but I have a disease that makes my hair fall out because of stress, so I can only use natural products to maintain it.

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