Re: Help with Terp Stain, Mrs. Jones, others?


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Posted by Natalie on May 29, 2002 at 05:05:30:

In reply to: Re: Help with Terp Stain, Mrs. Jones, others? posted by Maureen on May 28, 2002 at 05:47:14:

I appreciate your suggestions and willingness to assist Maureen.

I have been a formal and informal henna artist for six years. I have
had my henna business Villa Sant'Angelo since last August. I have
also used Jamila henna almost every day since then. Although I am
very familier with henna I am not very familier with terps such as
Cajeput, Ravensara and Tea Tree.

I know my Jamila Henna is fresh because I had it imported by air
courier directly from Pakistan. From there is was wrapped air tight,
light proofed and put into my freezer.


Thanks :),

Natalie

<When you are becoming familiar with a henna powder it is always a
<good thing to mix just a tiny bit and do periodic test spotting with
<it so you can time it out and have some idea when it provides its
<best stains. I recommend doing this with the henna powder both with
<terps and without.

<Since you seem to know that your henna powder is fresh, then sounds
<like you have just a bit of tweaking and/or waiting to do for it to
<provide you with the stains you are after.

 


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