Color your hair at home with henna and other herbs, safely, effectively and naturally with this quick start guide.
After ‘natural’ lightening methods failed to put a dent in my henna, I used Sun-In to get my too-dark burgundy henna to a bright, natural ginger-copper. It was simple and, with the addition of proper precautions, didn’t damage my hair at all.
You’ve heard it over and over–henna is permanent so make sure you strand test! This series of articles breaks down this often-glossed over topic in to easy steps. We’ll start with a rather critical set, getting hair upon which to test! Why Strand Test? Being that henna and herbal hair colors work with your own
Which henna is reddest/most orange/most [ whatever ]? You may read claims that (for example) Moroccan henna stains more brown, while Rajasthani is more ruby red, and Jamila more copper. And while that may be true to some extent, the problem with this sort of generalization is that there are a lot of variations in
One of the reasons that people are hesitant to switch from chemical dyes is that they are familiar and in common use–the devil you know. Dispelling some of the uncertainty about the transition changes jumping into herbal dyes from something full of trepidation to something exciting. Can I henna and other herbal dyes
Become a Natural-Looking Redhead without Chemicals Natural red hair fades with age, sometimes becoming more blonde or brown, but Fire Genasi Herbal Hair Color convincingly restores natural redheads and gives natural-looking ginger hair to others without chemicals! I have wanted red hair ever since the instant I knew people could have red hair—that desire led
One of the things my customers love about henna (particularly Fire Genasi) is the natural ginger color it gives their hair. Hennaing your eyebrows is an easy way to complete the transition to red, and for natural redheads, who may have either very light copper eyebrows, or blondish-white eyebrows that can appear nearly invisible, a
One of the things I hear often is “I’d love to try henna, but it’s so expensive!” In this article I break down a cost analysis of herbal hair colors vs conventional hair dye, both over-the-counter boxed and done professional at a salon. There are a lot of things in this comparison that simply are not