Natural and Pure Herbal Henna Powder/Lawsonia Inermis
About this product :
- Mesmara Henna is 100% chemical free all natural
- Free from chemicals, Bleaches, Additives, PPD or parabens. Safe for all ages.
- Give natural colour, shine and conditioning to hair.
- Triple sifted powder makes it easy to mix with water and application
- Gives shiny auburn colour to hair. Follow the instructions on the label to get the best resultsHow to Apply Mesmara Henna Powder
Mix the Mesmara Henna Powder.
Mesmara Henna comes in a powdered form, and you must mix this with water before you can apply it to your hair. Mix ½ cup (50 g) of henna with ¼ cup (59 ml) of warm water. Stir to combine. Stir in more water by the tablespoon (15 ml) as necessary, until the Mesmara henna paste becomes the consistency of mashed potatoes.
Once you’ve mixed the powder and water, cover the bowl and let it develop at room temperature for about 4 -12 hours.
Shampoo, then dry your hair.
Before applying Mesmara Henna, you’ll want to start with clean hair. In the shower or bath, wash your hair with your regular shampoo or Mesmara Reetha and Mesmara Shikakai Powders to remove dirt, oil, and styling products.
Do not condition your hair, as the oils in the conditioner can prevent the henna from penetrating your roots properly
Protect your hairline with oil.
If you have long hair, gather it up and tie it back so it’s out of your face and off your shoulders and neck. For short hair, put on a headband to keep your hair out of your face.
With your fingers, apply some Mesmara coconut oil to your hairline, including your forehead, neck, and ears. The oil will create a barrier between the henna and your skin, so this will prevent stains around your hairline.
Comb and part your hair.
Let your hair down and comb it with a wide-toothed comb. This will remove tangles and knots without making your hair frizzy. Part your hair in the centre, and let your hair fall evenly to either side of your head. You don’t have to section off your hair, because you’ll be dyeing it in layers.
Apply the paste liberally to a small section of hair.
Starting with the top most layer of hair, grab a thin 2-inch-wide (5-cm-wide) section of hair from the middle back of your head. Comb this section away from the rest of your hair.
With a large tint brush or your fingers, apply 1 to 2 teaspoons (2 to 4 g) of Mesmara Henna to the roots of your hair. Spread the henna toward the tips, adding more paste if necessary.
Henna paste doesn’t spread as easily as conventional dye, so it’s important to ensure that your hair is fully saturated from root to tip.
Twist the hair on top of your head.
When you’ve fully covered the first section of hair, twist it a few times and then wrap it into a b