Re: henna and really long really thick hair?
Posted by Marina Waltz on July 8, 2002 at 20:30:43:
My hair isn't quite as long as yours, it's about 3 inches below my
waist, but I henna my hair regularly. It's definitely easier (and
less messy) with short hair, but I certainly wouldn't let long hair
stop you! I find a hair color brush works very well when applying
henna to long hair.
You would probably need 3 boxes of henna to cover your hair, or about
300-400 grams. You may need a little less or a little more but
that's probably a good amount to start with. You may be able to find
a better price by buying in bulk.
One thing to keep in mind if you use skin quality henna, make sure
you put cream or petroleum jelly around your hairline and over your
ears so they don't get stained. If you buy boxes of henna for hair
you probably won't need to worry about that as much.
Let us know how it goes if you decide to go ahead.
: hi all. i've been thinking about hennaing my hair. i've never
: anything with it other than wash and condition as usual, and i'm
: chicken to use other commercial dyes and things, but from what i've
: read/learned, henna seems to be something i want to try.
: my question is kind of an odd one, but i have really long (it comes
: down to mid-bum) and really thick hair, and i have no idea how much
: henna i'd need to cover it all. not to mention the price of all
: henna it'll take... i don't think i want to send myself to the poor
: house just to get pretty hair...
: so i guess i kinda have two questions... first one is how much do
: think i'd need to henna really long really thick hair and second is
: does it even make sense for me to try it, or are some things just
: better left for the shoulder length people of the world - lol.
: thanks for any help and thanks for putting up with the ramblings of
: newbie :)
: take care all
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