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Henna Sooq Organic Indigo Powder 3.3oz / 100ml

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CAD $ 16.00

     

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***Crop Oct. 2019 Exp Nov. 2022***
Indigo is a natural plant. The powdered leaves have a natural dark blue dye. Apply indigo with your henna application to get browner tones. This first method is called a one step process. You can vary the amount of henna and indigo to create reddish brown tones, and up to chocolate brown tones.

This indigo is particularly good for resistant greys, and hair. It will give your hair rich, dark black tones for those doing a 2 step process to achieve black tones. Covers grey hair.

To create black tones, you will have to do a two step process. Apply henna first alone, and then indigo alone to create beautiful, rich black hair. By doing this you are giving the indigo a base (being the henna) to help it cling better to the hair strands.



Mixing indigo for jet-black hair: -Follow the instructions on how to henna your hair first, then you will indigo your hair as soon as you have rinsed/washed the henna out of your hair. -Mix indigo with warm water and allow to sit for 10-15 minutes. Add enough water to make the paste the consistency of pancake batter. Optional, add some salt (1 tsp per 100 grams of powder) to help darken the indigo or add CMC to thicken up your paste. -Apply the indigo paste to your hair be sections starting from the back and moving forward. Make sure you wear gloves when applying indigo, as it will stain your hands. -Wrap your hair and allow to sit for 1-2 hours. -Rinse or wash the paste out. Some prefer to use only conditioner when washing the paste out. -Your hair’s color will settle over the next 2 days. -This method is called a two-step process. How to store your powder: fridge, or cool dark place. How to store your paste: throw leftovers away as indigo paste does not freeze or keep well. Mixing indigo for brown hair: -Prepare the henna paste as directed. -Once henna is ready, mix your indigo as directed (with warm water and allow to sit for 10-15 minutes). Mix these two together. The more indigo you add the darker the brown. -Apply the paste to your hair by sections starting from the back and moving forward. Make sure you wear gloves, as it will stain your hands. -Wrap your hair and allow to sit for 1 to 6 hours. -Rinse or wash your paste out -This process is called a one-step process. -Your hair’s color will settle over the next 2 days. Optional: You can also add CMC (Carboxyl Methyl Cellulose) to your indigo paste as it tends to be drippy. This will thicken your paste up, and is used to thicken up store-bought salad dressing and in the making of silk paper. You only need 1 gram per 100 grams of indigo. How to store your powder: henna in your freezer and indigo in your fridge or cool dark place How to store your paste: throw leftovers away as the paste does not freeze or keep well.

Organic Indigo Powder







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