I think that's why.


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Posted by Jeanie on July 16, 2002 at 18:50:25:

In reply to: Answers posted by Raven on July 16, 2002 at 17:41:06:

Raven,

The stuff in commercial henna kits (pre-mixed or their version of
powder) is usually pretty crummy. That's probably why you didn't get
any stain. Plus, the skin on the back doesn't get *nearly* as dark
as the skin on hands & feet.

Your best bet would be to purchase some quality powder from an
artist. There are many on this list who have great, fresh henna that
they use for themselves. You can click on the "where" tab at the top
and you'll find a list of suppliers. Trust me, you'll never go back
to those kits after using quality fresh henna!

Good luck,
Jeanie

 


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