Terra Ferma premium quality Henna powder, for best use on hair and hand. Henna, a traditional natural cosmetic has been used for centuries to beautify the skin with wonderful impressions. It comes from the botanical plant called Lawsonia inermis. This is mixed with other natural ingredients to make a fine paste, which is applied to the skin to create a wonderful artistic masterpiece. It is also applied on hair for natural hair conditioning and colouring. 100 grams.
Contains 100% Natural Henna Powder.
A natural way to decorate hands and body and also colour hair.
On hair for natural conditioning Soak Terra Ferma henna powder in cold water for 4 to 5 hours to make a thick paste. Apply the paste to your hair with plastic gloves on to avoid the stains on your skin. Leave the paste for about 3 to 4 hours. Rinse of thoroughly with water.
On hand and body for natural colour tattooing Soak Terra Ferma henna powder in cold water for 4 to 5 hours to make a thick paste. Full the paste into the squeezable cone and apply to the skin surface. Allow to dry overnight and then wash with water.
Tips: Henna paste has to stay on the skin for a while to make a stain. The hennatannic acid molecule Lawsone, goes into your skin and stains, just the way tea from a wet tea bag will stain the tablecloth. The longer the Henna is on your skin, the better the stain. Henna paste often cracks and falls off the skin before it has a chance to stain. To keep henna on your skin, add some sugar to the henna. This makes it stick better and makes the henna paste smoother and silkier to work with.
Madame Patti, a famous Victorian opera soprano beauty socialite and international star hennaed her dark hair through the late 1800's. She was credited with launching henna into the European fashion mainstream, as fashionable women admired her thick auburn hair and emulated her. In 1900, she was the second most well known women in England, after Queen Victoria and was a superstar diva of her day.
Natural henna powder. Product of India
Keep out of reach of Children.