no, I meant maybe it was near the radiator in the room before anyone got it. n/t


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Posted by Lauren on May 22, 2002 at 18:08:29:

In reply to: Mahgriba posted by Anne Beltestad on May 22, 2002 at 17:27:22:

: Hi Lauren,
:
: It just didn't stain as well (on me) as the Ojai Body Arts or
Kenzi's,
: with the same recipe, treatment, etc, and all throughout the life
cycle
: of the batch (I did both hands and some on a foot as well). The
color
: was brick red with nothing darker (except the spots I went over
twice).
: And no, I'd *never* store my henna near a radiator! I keep it in
the
: fridge, sealed from light, ALWAYS. Learned that lesson very early
on
: with "why hair henna doesn't stain the skin" - long before I ever
: called myself a professional.
: It did last a long time though, in that orange-can't-scrub-off way
that
: terped hennaes seem to...no memorable color to begin with and slow
: demise.
: thanks,
:
: Anne
:
: : I had a bunch of samples of various hennas to give out at Sirius
: : NYC. A while back, Anne posted that she had gotten "forgettable"
: : results with one of them, the Maghriba from Morocco. I have been
: : using the same batch on myself and others frequently and have
been
: : selling it and gotten feedback, and it has always stained really
dark
: : and lasted a long time. I am wondering if any of the rest of you
who
: : had samples of this henna (or the others) had similar results to
: : Anne. I want to track down what made Maghriba perform so out of
: : character. I am wondering if maybe it was too close to the
radiator
: : in the apartment or something.
: : Lauren

 


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