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The color on hands and hairs: Henna!

By Edited Jun 23, 2014 0 0

Mehndi is a temporary fashion item to skin decoration in Pakistan and South Asia. It became using as a fashionable trend in the Western countries in the late 1990s. There it is famous as tattoos techniques. Henna is typically applied during special occasions like weddings and festivals. It is usually drawn on the palms and under feet, where the color will be darkest.
Henna paste is usually applied on the skin using a plastic cone. The painted area is then wrapped with plastic to lock in body heat in creating a more intense color on the skin. The wrap should maintain from three to six hours or sometimes overnight and then removed. When first removed the henna design is pale to dark orange in color and gradually darkens through oxidation process over the course of 36 to 72 hours. The final color is reddish brown and can last anywhere from one to three weeks depending on the quality and type of henna.
It is also used as a natural hair treatment. It is a strong and a good one alternative of hair dyes available in market which contains chemicals that actually damaged hair if think about long run results. One should be careful in selecting henna, must avoid packed or branded henna because it also contain chemicals to enhance color quality. Always try to manage it some village side or sources linked to it. In village side people gather henna leaves make them dried and then chopped manually it contains no additives. It will be available there in a most pure form & high in quality.
Henna is a natural therapy against hair loss. It is also of great use in maintaining vigorous hair health. Henna repairs and seals the cuticle thus helps in healing hair tube. This prevents the hair breakage and also retains the shine of hair. Henna balances the pH of the scalp and preventing premature hair fall. Henna cures most scalp problems such as dandruff, dryness etc. It also reverses the effects of pollution on hair as well as dryness due to excessive blow drying. Furthermore, henna also stops premature graying of hair. Henna should be used only once in a month because it can dry hair. If anyone wants to do it weekly, mix henna powder with egg white and curd. This mixture will not make your hair dry.



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