Henna Hair Dye FAQ
Yes. To match our old Henna Hair Dye when the ingredients came in one packet, simply mix the henna and indigo bags together and follow the old instructions. If you do not have the old instructions, contact our support team at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get them sent over to... ↗️ Read More!
Henna itself is naturally red and therefore has a slight red tint under the indigo. To reduce red, use Amla Powder with your Henna. Amla will help prevent the Indigo from fading.If your hair turned completely red/orange, it is a case of the henna sticking and the indigo not. Remember,... ↗️ Read More!
Amla can be used with our Henna Hair Dyes to create cooler tones, prevent fading, enhance dye uptake, and prevent relaxed curls/waves from henna use. All directions are on the Amla Powder Page, located in the Henna Hair Dye Section.Amla Powder is added directly to the henna mixture, never to... ↗️ Read More!
Henna is made from the leaves of the Lawsonia plant. It is a natural conditioner, able to dye your hair without damaging, drying, or chemically altering its structure. It is the ideal colorant. Our henna is 100% natural and free from synthetic chemicals, making it safe to use while pregnant... ↗️ Read More!
The color result of any henna application will be highly individualistic due to differences in base hair color, thickness and texture. An important henna dyeing tip is to always select a shade lighter than the color your are hoping to achieve, especially if you’ve never done henna before. As an... ↗️ Read More!
Our different shades of MM Henna are achieved by combining two plants: Henna, which is naturally red by itself, and Indigo, a blue/black plant. By mixing these 2 plants in various ratios, different shades of hair dyes, ranging from pure red to black, can be achieved. The two bags in... ↗️ Read More!