How to Remove Henna Naturally
Are you unsatisfied with your henna hair color? Are you looking to stop coloring and embrace your natural grays? Here, we offer a unique method to remove henna hair color naturally. Because everyone's hair is different, your mileage may vary. Oil treatments do not work for everyone to remove all henna from their hair.
Why Can’t I Just Dye Over Henna Hair Color?
If you try to bleach or dye over your henna-colored hair, the results will be unpredictable. Sometimes chemicals can interact with the henna in your hair, causing strange colors. The best and only natural way to remove and lift henna is with oil. The heavier the oil the better it will work to lift the henna color from your hair.
How to Remove Henna Hair Color Naturally
- Measure out enough Euro Oil so that you have an ample amount to cover all of your hair, with a bit leftover for touching up.
- Then apply the oil to you hair from root to tip. When your entire head of hair is covered, we recommend that you leave the oil treatment in overnight, using a towel to cover your pillow.
- In the morning, to remove the oil treatment, first thoroughly saturate hair with an undiluted MM Shampoo and massage in well. Since oil and water don’t mix, wetting your hair first would require more shampoo. Rinse and shampoo normally.
- You can also craft your own mixture of oils using a blend of olive oil, coconut oil and a bit of Argan oil, if needed.
This process will cause the color to fade gradually, however, multiple applications are often necessary and may never fully remove the henna hair color. The number of applications varies from client to client depending on individual hair type and color.