Share your Hair Photos on the Henna for Hair Flickr group!

Henna For Hair has just started a new Flickr group for you all to post images of your gorgeous hair, like we used to do on the H4H Mixes page. Ideally this would include before & after and a short description of your method, but if you only have an after photo, that's okay too.

You do need to join Flickr in order to add your photo, but that's a pretty straightforward process. Here is the page: 

http://www.flickr.com/groups/hennaforhair/

 

Videos on YouTube

Reminder:
Now that we have shifted to this lovely new Forum I'm posting a reminder of the link to a few indigo videos on our YouTube channel devoted to Indigo Bodyart.

Here it is: Indigo Page YouTube channel

Mehandi.com "Deal of the Day"

Mehandi.com "Deal of the Day"

Mehandi.com "Deal of the Day"

Forums: 

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

The June - July issue of The Mehandi.com & Ancient Sunrise Monthly is now available at: http://www.mehandi.com/Articles.asp?ID=294 (link is external)

Featured in this month's issue:

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

The June - July issue of The Mehandi.com & Ancient Sunrise Monthly is now available at: http://www.mehandi.com/Articles.asp?ID=294 (link is external)

Featured in this month's issue:

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

Mehandi.com June - July Newlsetter

The June - July issue of The Mehandi.com & Ancient Sunrise Monthly is now available at: http://www.mehandi.com/Articles.asp?ID=294 (link is external)

Featured in this month's issue:

indigo sticking to hair that wasn't dyed?

Hi, my henna recipe for my 75% gray/25% dark brown roots is 80% twilight henna/20% cassia mixed with amla.  This is giving me great gray cover, and a beautiful copper red (my goal color) in indoor lighting but outdoors, oh my goodness, it's very orange, even weeks after oxidizing.  I'd like to tone it down a bit, meaning brown it up just a tad.   I tried several different solutions over the past year to try to achieve this, but nothing really worked till I added a very small amount (10%) of indigo to my recipe.  I was scared to try that, since I'd had an indigo mishap in the past, but that

Understanding Measurements

Hello ~

I feel like this is a basic math question that I should be able to figure out, but for some reason it's escaping me.

Looking at the powder weights -

If I want to use a henna / alma mix, would I use 3 TBSP henna + 1 TBSP alma, or would I go by the weights and use 21 grams of henna + 7 grams of alma?

Hopefully that made senese?

 

Thanks in advance!

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