Discussion in 'Black Health and Wellness' started by Amnat77, Jan 31, 2011.
Anyone ever used it?
I've tried it...
It left my hair feeling really soft, but after awhile it made my hair really brittle and extra dry. I won't be trying it again.
Thanks Sis Purplemoons. What kind of henna did you use? did you mix anything in it before using? i.e lemon juice, olive oil etc? and was the color noticeable?
I used the indigo Henna by "Ancient Sunrise."
My hair is natural black and i didn't want that
reddish brown color that the plain henna leaves
behind. I ordered it from this site:
I also ordered the one that is specifically for African hair.
It's grinded better so that the bits of twigs easily washes
Oh, i almost forgot. I mixed mines with water instead of the lemon or vinger. I added jojoba oil and vitamin E to it.
Any thoughts as to why your hair dried out? and how long did you leave the henna in your hair?
I left it in overnight. It is also possible that because i do a vinegar treatment every other week, the two processes may have caused dryness. Not really sure though. Just know that shortly after the henna treatment, which was something i did differently. My hair became dryer than it normally was.
Perhaps oneday i will try again minus my bi-weekly clarification treatment.
Hey Sister, what do you do to keep the ends of your hair moisturized? Do you have a daily routine? My ends get dry so fast, and it being the winter months, wetting the ends every few days isn't really something i want to do. I use a shea butter mix, but that just seals and holds the moister better.
what do you do and/or use to keep your ends nice and moist?
I have locks in my hair Sis purple. I am a firm believer in talking care of your hair from the inside out, so i focus more on my diet and taking stuff like flaxseed oil and other supplements... I've heard plaiting your hair in protective styles before going to bed and coconut oil helps..
This lady uses henna in her hair, but i think your hair dried out because of the vinegar treatment, i was under the impression that you're only supposed to use vinegar once month.
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