Re: identifying black henna.. and queries...


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Posted by NaTx  on May 31, 2002 at 03:03:45:

In reply to: Re: identifying black henna.. and queries... posted by kenzi on May 30, 2002 at 14:29:16:

: it is my understanding that not everyone has a reaction to black
: henna (though they are likely to have long term effects) and when
: they do it is often delayed, sometimes 2-3 weeks after the
: application.

i did notice someone having a scar in the shape of a spider, and i
wonder is it due to laser of a permanent tattoo, or is it because of
black henna.

:
: I believe it is quite easy to tell the difference between black
: henna and a tattoo. A tattoo, even when fresh won't look as black
: and will also seem to be under a couple of layers of skin,
: whereas the black henna seems to sit more on the surface of
: the skin and, because of this, is much blacker than a tattoo.

which means black henna alwayz looks freshly black? does it go
through any fading stages? like the natural henna?

:
: I hope this helps.
yepz.. it sure did.. thanks.. =)

 


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