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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

How to get the best result from your Henna

 
I love Henna when it leaves a very, very, very dark stain and you can achieve that if you care for it properly so if you want to get the best results from your henna then carry on reading below.



When the Henna is dry get a bowl and mix sugar and lemon into it and make a good paste.
 Get some cotton wool and dab it on your dry henna. 
DO NOT soak the henna in the paste. Just dab enough on but not too much
When the Henna dries again LEAVE it on. 
DO NOT keep on adding the lemon and sugar paste.

Try to keep the Henna on for at least 2-6 hours. Then when it's brittle- flake it off. 
DO NOT wash the Henna just rub it off and it should come off. 
If you wash your hand then you will wash the dye. 
Try to avoid water for 4-6 hours after you have flaked the Henna off.

You can use also use tea bag, coffee, or Vicks instead of the lemon and sugar paste- It will help with the colour BUT the Henna will fade quickly
If you are making your own Henna or getting it done by someone make sure to ask them if they have put oil in the henna, as it helps to enhance the colour of henna. 
Eucalyptus oil is the most effective and the oil is better to enhance the colour.

Tips
Try to not wash your hands a lot because the colour will fade quicker. So try to avoid washing your hands. If you need to use your hands then wear gloves. 
It will take 48 hours for the Henna colour to be at its darkest
Keep yourself warm as possible
The warmer you are the darker the Henna will get.

How to get rid of Henna
There is no way to get rid of the Henna but you can scrub and exfoliate to make the Henna wash away quickly. 

Do you use Henna? If so, how do you look after it?



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  1. I've only ever done henna a few times but I really like these tips! The photo makes me want to try it again soon!!

    leethrifts.blogspot.com

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    1. I'm glad you liked these tips hun :)! Let me know how you get on, I would love to see your design!
      xxx

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  2. I love your blog you can tell you put a lot of effort into it :) keep up the amazing work

    Jadiee'sLittleBlogGIVEAWAY
    Have a wonderful day
    Jade

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    1. Aww, thank you for your kind words hun!
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  3. Wow, I'm impressed, but I can't imagine that I can do this or that a person in the Bavarian country will be able to do this for me :)
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. Thank you Rena, Aww I will do it for you one day ;) xx

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  4. Gosh, this is absolutely charming, dear! xoxo

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Shirley <3 xxx

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  5. I love the look of Henna but I've heard it can have negative effects on your hair and skin - is that true? Your henna looks great! x

    www.zoecoco.com

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    1. I have made a post over here that will answer all your questions hun http://www.rosemua.com/2015/08/what-is-henna-is-it-safe-to-use.html If you have anymore questions then do let me know- much love xxx

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  6. What an amazing design and I love it so much!

    Z ♥
    http://beautybyz.blogspot.se/

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment hun :) xxx

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