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Posted by Anne Beltestad on June 18, 2002 at 19:22:30:

In reply to: Re: what do you do about last-minute requests? posted by Willowhawk on June 18, 2002 at 17:03:57:

So you *always* have henna mixed up?
Kree did that, I think, but here I just haven't had the business
youall get in "warshington" so it goes down the drain (and no, I'm
NOT gonna henna my hair, not with my skin color!)
do tell!


: Let me put on my frigidaire cheerleader suit one more time...
: Gimme an F, gimme an R, Gimme an E and another E, gimme a Z, gimme
: E....Freeze! Freeze! Freeze! Rah rah
: Sorry, in a goofy mood.
: Ok, I don't know what to do if there's not the frozen batch. Keep
: the fresh batch somewhere really warm so that the dye releases
: I know I have said it before, but I'll say it again for total
: redundancy...when I mix up a batch of paste, I mix a huge batch,
: 1/2 goes in the freezer after it's strained. And I used the other
: 1/2. This way when I need it, it's there. When I pull the frozen,
: make sure to make another batch pretty soon {sometimes even before
: pull the frozen}.
: I was so excited to get my last order of powder, I mixed up 200g of
: powder. I won't have to make any paste for a
: Good luck,
: Justine Willowhawk
: : Hey everyone,
: :
: : I know I should have a way of dealing with this by now, but was
: : wondering how others handle last-minute requests for henna. If I
: : have some mixed up, that's fine (I just got a request for
: : but I have some a-brewing at home) but what do you do when you
: don't
: : have any henna ready?
: : How to gently educate people that they need to give you at least
: two
: : days' notice?!? Anyone else have a system? If they can't wait at
: : least two days, I've tended to tell them I simply can't have
: : ready...
: :
: :
: : Anne


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