As the beauty industry moves to provide more natural treatments, tinting eyelashes & eyebrows have not been left behind. Henna is a dye prepared from the plant Lawsonia inermis, aka hina, the henna tree, the mignonette tree, and the Egyptian privet. So, what is Henna? The simplest answer is, Henna is a paste made from crushed leaves and twigs of henna plant. The paste can also be made from dried leaves of the plant by mixing it with hot water. When this paste is applied in skin or hair it leaves a stain on the area.
Henna hair dye is considered a good conditioner for hair, and as a result can make it stronger, thicker, and shinier. It may help to restore the natural pH balance of hair and scalp, too! The color is most vibrant for the first 4 to 6 weeks, and it starts to gradually fade after that. When mixed together, henna has the texture of mud and can easily be applied with a brush or cotton tip.
For body decorations, the paste is applied to the skin, staining the top layer of skin only. The palms and the soles of the feet stain the darkest because the skin is the thickest in these areas & contain the most keratin. The farther away from hands and feet the henna is applied, the lesser the color. The face area usually stains the lightest. The designs generally last from 1-3 weeks on the skin surface depending on the henna, care and skin type.
Henna is an amazing option to naturally cover up gray hair. Most chemical tints fall short when it comes to covering up grey, but not with Henna. With Henna Tint it covers gray as easily as any other color of hair. Let us not leave the guys out of this, Henna Tints can be used in facial hair as well as topical hair. This option has been a favorite amongst men, especially since the packaging is not overly flashy and they can get incredible results without any rebuffs.
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