Amla (Emblica Officinalis)Organic Amla Powder (Emblica Officinalis) is often added to henna and indigo blends to tone down some of the red of henna, or the brassy yellow-gold of senna. The dried, powdered fruit has tannins, vitamin C, and is astringent. More
10g packets are ideal for strand testing and allergy testing. Use the chart above to find how much you’ll need. Round up 50g if your hair is very curly or thick.
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Herbal hair colors with henna and/or indigo are permanent and will not come out with conventional dye removal methods, if at all. Be smart and strand test.
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One of amla’s uses is to mute the red of henna. Melissa talks to Enchanted living about Victorian-Era auburns and Pre-Raphaelite reds, with two exclusive recipes.
Janet (verified owner) –
Wonderful, thank you.
Cecilia (verified owner) –
I mixed Amla into my henna color for the first time and the results were wonderful. My hair feels deeply conditioned and the Amla toned down my Fire Genasi color slightly, as expected. Love it!
Veronica (verified owner) –