Thanks for the correction! I was going on hearsay. n/t


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Posted by Lauren on June 21, 2002 at 19:02:27:

In reply to: Re: My dialogue with a "black henna artist," pt 3 posted by Nick on June 21, 2002 at 17:40:57:

: I've tried the Castle Arts "black" henna, and it doesn't fade to
: purple. However, PPD does! So i wanted to make sure that we didn't
: become further confused... something must have gotten reveresed
: somewhere along the way.
: The safe black preparation stays at relatively ok jet color for
about
: 2 days, then fades much like ink or food coloring. in kind of a
: splotchy way. The stain is really not very stable... hard rubbing
and
: much soap will fade it quickly, and it begins to look odd whe it's
on
: it's last legs.
: ~Nick
:
: : Must have been a great soccer game! :)
: : It is possible she's using something like Castle Arts sells as
: black,
: : the food coloring sort. I've heard that it's lovely jet for a
: couple
: : days then fades through purple rather than flake and fade as does
: : black and real henna. Ask her if hers goes purple to find out.
: : Lauren

 


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