Henna hair coloring at home
For the procedure of painting, you can use one henna, and you can add basma. Then get a darker shade of hair.
When dyeing brown hair with henna: - for a bronze shade it is necessary to dilute henna and basma in the ratio of 2: 1; - for dark chestnut color, it is necessary to dilute henna and basma in equal proportions; - and for black color henna and basma are diluted in ratios 1: 2 or even 1: 3.
If one henna is used for dyeing, then blond hair will turn a golden hue, and dark hair will turn red. Dyeing gray hair with henna will result in a bright orange color. The result of the dye on the hair also affects the final result.
Once you have decided on the desired color, you can proceed to staining.
1. First, prepare a solution. In the glass container we pour the necessary amount of dye: 40-50 g for short hair, 100-150 g for medium and 200-250 g for long. Fill it with water at a temperature of about 80-90 degrees so that it is not a liquid, but not too thick mixture. Stir. Be sure to use gloves.
3. Then cover the head with a plastic bag and a towel to keep warm.
4. Depending on the initial hair color and desired result, the exposure time varies from 20 minutes to 2 hours. For example, when dyeing henna dark hair coloring time will increase.
5. At the end of the procedure, thoroughly wash the hair with an air conditioner.
For best results in the next three days, do not wash your hair with shampoo. Repeat staining can be a couple of months.
Tips for henna hair coloring
Henna hair dyeing can be carried out taking into account some important points. And here, there are many variations. If you have dry hair, you can dilute henna in milk or kefir instead of water, and for owners of greasy hair it is better to use red wine.
Also, to achieve a particular shade, you can add other natural dyes to henna. For example, to achieve a rich golden hue, you can add chamomile or turmeric to henna powder. Fans of red hair should add some beetroot juice or karkade tea to henna. And to get chestnut shades you can use henna with black tea or ground coffee. And believe me, henna hair coloring will pleasantly surprise you with its result.
The palette of shades obtained when dyeing hair with henna and basma is very diverse. Getting the right color is quite difficult. Therefore, it is recommended to first color on a separate strand.
Despite the mass of useful properties and advantages of this natural dye, remember that dyeing hair after henna with ordinary store paint is difficult. In the sense that it will be difficult to get the desired color of the purchased paint, and the result can be very unpredictable.
Henna and Basma dyeing gray hair
For those who do not want to get a fiery-red color, it is best to paint gray hair with henna together with basma or to add to natural henna natural dyes, which were mentioned earlier. To get a beautiful chestnut color, it is better to combine 1 part of henna and 2 parts of basma.
If you use them in equal proportions, then your gray hair will become reddish pomegranate.
These two dyes will perfectly shed gray hair and strengthen your hair.
We act according to the instructions given above. Who has dry hair, you can add a few drops of almond or olive oil to the diluted mixture of henna and basma. There is another version of hair coloring with henna and basma, separate, that is, in two stages. This is when we first paint with henna, and then with Basma. Colors at the same time turn out to be colder.
Dyeing blond and gray hair and getting the right color is easiest. But henna coloring of dark hair is more complicated. You can only achieve a small red tint. But in any case, henna will make them healthy, shiny and beautiful.