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

Oiliness after henna for hair

HI I've been hennaing my short fine hair for a few months. Is it normal for hair to become super oily? I need to wash it every two days now due to the oiliness. If it were longer hair I probably wouldn't need to but it looks awful if I don't wash it. Also when I do wash it, the longer parts of my hair feel very course and crunchy. However once it is dry it appears very healthy and shiny. Does anyone have a solution to the oiliness. I don't use any other product in my hair for styling. Just use a no cone no sls shampoo and conditioner. Thank you! Kaybee

Amla "Solo"

Hi everyone.   I have a question about amla.  

If I use amla only on previously dyed henna hair, will it tone down the orange/bright red?  If so, how do I do the application?  And what is the most likely result? 

(I'm looking for a light auburn-brown, but I'm currently VERY red.)

Thank you!

Where to buy buxus?

Hi.  I checked Mehandi's website for buxus, and I couldn't find it.  Am I missing it?  Could someone please post a link to purchase?  

Thank you!

How to color 90% grey to brown/black NOT Jet black

Dear forum,

I've been using the two step method to cover my greys to black succussfully for over 5 years.  But lately, I want my hair to look more natural meaning black/brown but not jet black.  With 90% grey, I don't think a one step method will work (ie. 60% indigo/40% hena mix), since you will  see unnatural red tones that that I want to avoid. and with 90% grey, I don't think the dye will be strong enough to take up and the coverage probably won't last.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  Maybe vary the second step? 

Many thanks!

Histamine Intolerance

 

Hi

Since last year I have been getting urticaria/hives, mainly when I am outside in the cold (cold urticaria) but have occassionally had them in the house.

I have seen an Immunologist who says the hives are cuased by having high histamine in the body (the cold casues the histamine to raise)

I used henna and cassia on my hair around the same time all this started and have not used it since. I have still been getting the hives.

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