Sattva Ayurveda Henna for Light Blonde Hair 150g
In addition, the package includes: Two pairs of gloves, two plastic caps and a brush.
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Sattva Ayurveda Henna for Light Blonde Hair is the healthy and natural answer to chemical coloring.
The package contains a composition of Ayurvedic herbs.
Sattva Ayurveda Henna will gently lighten blonde hair.
It will add natural color to gray hair from light blonde to blonde with a soft red glow.
Light blonde dye is not recommended for dark hair.
Sattva Ayurveda Henna will make your hair thicker, shinier and resistant to external factors. Henna deeply nourishes the hair structure.
One of the key differences between dyeing your hair with herbs and chemical dyes is that the more often you dye with chemicals, the more damaged your hair will be, the more often you dye with herbs, the stronger, more beautiful and healthier your hair will be.
Wear protective gloves to protect your hands from staining.
Wash your hair with shampoo (without silicones). Mix the necessary amount of powder with warm water at about 80 ° C to form a smooth paste.
Leave the henna for 30 minutes in a warm place.
Divide the hair into four sections, apply the paste thoroughly from root to tip in each section. Wrap your head in foil and apply a towel to keep it at the right temperature.
Leave on the hair for 2-3 hours. Wash off the henna with warm water.
The product can be used by pregnant women.
Sattva Ayurveda henna coloring is ideal for those sensitive to chemical coloring, as it is a 100% natural product.
NOTE: The color darkens for 48 hours, so you will get the final color of henna use 48 hours after application. Until then, do not wash your hair with shampoo.
Indian company Sattva Ayurveda.
Sattva Ayurveda Henna for Light Blonde Hair has a capacity of 150 g, so unless you have very long hair, it will last you more than once.
In addition to the henna, in the package you will find a handy brush, 2 pairs of gloves and two caps to keep the hair at the right temperature and not stain the towel.
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