HOW TO HENNA 

Picking a Henna Hair Color That’s Right for You

Picking a henna hair color can be tricky. Unlike traditional dyes, which simply coat the hairs in harsh chemicals to achieve an exact color, henna hair dye works like glosses of paint, in that the end-result color is largely a combination of the dye color and your base hair color. For example, medium brown henna on red hair will produce a different result than the same dye on blonde hair.

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Henna Hair Color: Mixing and Application Tips/Tricks

Looking for some quick tips about your henna hair color? Well this is the place. While we offer a wide variety of videos on the subject, here’s a quick refresher course. If you’re new to henna hair color we strongly suggest watching our 7 Step Videos!

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What to Expect: Your First Time Using Henna

If you don’t know much about henna, its basically a flowering, tropical shrub with a lush pigment that can color your hair or be used for body art. In this article, I share my experience using Blonde Henna. First of all, blonde henna doesn’t have any true henna (Lawsonia inermis) in it. It is actually composed of a different plant entirely, called Cassia obovata, also known as Neutral Henna.

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How to Cover Gray Hair

Henna Hair Dye can cover grays but often requires specific care and attention. Factors depend on the type of hair, the starting color and the intended result. Light Blonde Henna Hair Dye is great for covering light grays or white hair, whereas the Brown, Red and Black Henna Hair Dye are wonderful for covering silver, darker grays or salt & pepper with our 2-step process.

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Tips for Henna'ing Natural Hair

Looking for all-natural hair color for women of color? Morrocco Method Henna Hair Color is an amazing way to color natural hair without risk of damage. MM Henna not only imparts rich, long lasting color but also conditions and nourishes the hair for perfect curls. Henna works naturally with afro-textured hair to reduce frizz and protect strands.

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How to Fade Henna Hair Color, Naturally

Are you unsatisfied with your henna hair color? Are you interested in embracing the beauty of your natural greys or hair color? Using a homemade DIY oil blend, henna can be removed naturally from hair. This oil blend also works to keep hair hydrated and protected.

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Henna Virgin Tells All

"Going the natural route with Morrocco Method hair color has made all the difference with my hair! First, I used the Auburn Henna to cover my highlights because they were fake looking (and flashy streaks are really so ‘yesterday’)! Then I applied Henna Brown to get back to my natural brunette color. Wow! I am just thrilled at how healthy and shiny my hair is these days."

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You Won’t Believe These Henna Hair Color Transformations

Henna hair dye is an all-natural alternative to traditional chemical dyes. It’s amazing the colors you can achieve with only three simple plant-based ingredients. Whether you want to create a sun-streak effect, add soft shades of brunette or simply touch up your roots, henna hair color is the right choice. Once you see the results, you may never chemically color your hair again.

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Henna Frequently Asked Questions

Made from the leaves of the Lawsonia plant, henna works to alter hair color without damaging or drying the hair and without synthetic chemicals of any kind. Henna is a conditioner made from 100% plant material that has been used for thousands of year. Henna is, in many ways, the ideal colorant and works by binding with the keratin of your hair, preventing brittleness and breakage. Explained in three primary words: shine, body, and color!

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NATURAL VS. CHEMICAL

New Research on Chemical Hair Dye & Cancer

According to a study published in last February’s issue of the International Journal of Cancer, the USC research team found that women who use permanent dyes at least once a month for a year or longer have twice the risk of bladder cancer as non-users even after adjusting for smoking. Those who used dyes more often and for longer periods, as well as hairdressers (who use dyes on their clients), face an even higher risk.

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Chemicals in Hair Products

Once upon a time, people lathered, rinsed, never repeated, and went on their merry bad-hair days. Then, science and chemistry specialized the way folks wax and pomade, condition and shine. About 10 years ago, companies began creating new compounds so they could design products for specific hair types, for curls and fine hair and thick locks alike. Now, some consumer groups worry about the mix of chemicals that meld into that sudsy rinse every morning.

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Hair Dye Allergy? Natural Hair Dye to the Rescue

Natural hair color is a great solution to hair dye allergies. Have chemical dyes given you trouble? Well you might have a hair dye allergy. We’ve had customers email us saying they have chemically dyed their hair for years and would get results like having their head break out in a rash. Basically their body was rejecting the harmful chemicals. Luckily there’s a way to color you hair that’s safe and natural. Henna hair dye is the best way to use natural hair color.

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