Terps


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Posted by Natalie on May 31, 2002 at 06:16:38:

In reply to: Re: Help with Terp Stain, Mrs. Jones, others? posted by Maureen on May 29, 2002 at 05:18:55:

I didn't have a chance to test it again on myself. By the time I got
home I was tired and went to sleep after cleaning the kitchen.
CCJ wrote above that henna stains are pale to zero when the paste is
left uncovered. I'll have to try the entire thing again and see how
it works.
Jamila is great! It's wonderful to not have to sift.

I'm not sure what's going on in Canada or Pakistan.

Natalie


: Hi Natalie,
:
: Let me know how your stain turns out after you test it again
: tonight. I will be really interested.
:
: I have never used all three terps together. I have used a
: combination of tea tree and eucalyptus as an experiment. I think I
: will mix up a little Jamila and try all three terps to see if the
: combination seems to push the dye to release too fast or impacts my
: paste in a way differently from when I just use the cajeput. I
will
: let you know what I find out.
:
: I hope that you paste just needed the additional day to be ready to
: give you the stains Jamila is capable of giving. Isn't Jamila a
: great powder. I sometimes forget about Jamila's stains and
: consistency when I talk about henna powder. But Jamila is another
: kind of no worry and reliable henna powder.
:
: By the way, does Abid and Company still have their associate
company
: in Canada?
:
: Talk with you.
:
: Maureen

 


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