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Henna paste has to be just so that it will not drip down your face or be too dry and chunky for a smooth application. In this quick video I show you what it looks like when it's too wet and then mix into the perfect consistency. Of course the quality of your henna will determine the final outcome.
Indigo is a very interesting herb that not has a unique scent but also looks amazing when mixed into a paste! This bright green paste turns into a dark blue color that gives your hair a violet tone. Watch this short video to see how smooth and creamy it needs to be to get the best results.
Covering greys and treating dandruff with henna can be quick & easy without being messy. Here's how I apply my henna treatments. I mostly use henna on my scalp because to cover a few greys and keep my scalp healthy.