Re: small home appliance question & Moroccan henna observation


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Posted by Jeanie on August 7, 2002 at 16:13:55:

In reply to: small home appliance question posted by Kelly M. on August 7, 2002 at 15:10:25:

I don't know if that's such a good idea, because terps can sink into
any type of plastic and/or rubber and stay there. I have a
tupperware bowl that I *only* use for mixing henna, and it smells
like my terps... I've even bleached the crap out of it just to see if
I could get the smell out, but nope... those little molecules that
let henna do wondrous things for our skin will play ol' harry with
kitchen gadgets. Personally, I think it's more the quality and
fineness of the powder rather than mixing that equals a nice smooth
paste.

By the way, Kenzi, I finally got the hang of your Moroccan henna with
*spectacular* results!!! I didn't know that it released its dye so
quickly until Kree told me that's a characteristic of Moroccan. I
had been using it past its prime. I was getting decent results, but
nothing compared to this. I mixed it with lemon juice and
immediately added some tea tree & lavender; I used it about 5 hours
later and the color is fabulous. LOVE your stuff!!! Thanks! (by
the way, do you know how long it'll last in the fridge? I mixed it
up on Saturday and tested it yesterday and still got a good orange
stain. Just wondering.)

:)
Jeanie

 


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