The Henna is a natural alternative to hair dyes. Are many women, however, chose the Henna not only to cover gray hair, but also to have a hair more beautiful and healthy. This product, in fact, has the exceptional nutritional properties and tonic.
Here's how to use henna as a natural dye for hair and / or to prepare compresses for strengthening hair stressed and weakened.
The Henna is a natural dye, produced by crushing and pulverizing the leaves of a plant specific sub-tropical, the henna. Used for centuries as a dye in the Middle East, in recent decades the Henna has experienced a major expansion across the globe and this has made the spreading of the Henna also not original. The real one is strictly produced by the henna and red-red. Two other natural dyes are very similar, commonly called "Henna", are the dust produced by maceration of the leaves of Cassia obovata and dall'Indigofera.
Buy Henna powder and pour into a bowl: the doses are indicated on the packaging and vary depending on hair length. Now add lukewarm water and, finally, wine vinegar. The mixture obtained after mixing well must be uniform and soft.
With the help of a spatula or a brush apply the henna on the hair, as you would a normal dyeing. After lying on the hair, the henna will change color is normal and is a sign that you move in the right way. After waiting long enough, you can rinse it all with warm or hot water.
As well as a natural dye, the Henna can be used to prepare compresses to apply on the hair to nourish and strengthen hair. The Henna also has exceptional properties dandruff. Seeing is believing.
Mix 3 tablespoons of henna leaves Senna Italica with 3 teaspoons of honey. Add 1 teaspoon of flaxseed oil, 1 teaspoon of almond oil and 1 teaspoon of wheat germ oil. Finish off with water. The consistency should be that of a creamy, easy to apply on the hair. If the mixture seems too hard, add water until you get the desired consistency. Now you just need to apply the poultice to dry hair, leave on for 30 minutes and rinse.