Any old unopened boxes out there?
Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on October 12, 2002 at 18:15:52:
In reply to: Kenzi this is a fabulous idea, I have been thinking about this since last nite myself. posted by Heather @ Amber Lotus Henna on October 12, 2002 at 17:45:42:Exactly. That's why I've got dates there. I want to SEE what changes
occur from marketing pressures ... like .... Radico cleaned up the dye
when confronted with hard evidence of dye.
How much do I HOPE that as of NOW the absolutely unnecessary dye in
henna VANISHES? O baby. If the 2003 shipments have NO DYE .... the
last several days will have been more than worth it.
I'm just sorry that I ditched some of the earliest hennaes I had ...
occasionally I felt compelled to do some housekeeping. I'd really
love to see henna samples going back about 6 years. Anybody got some
old stuff in an unopened box? I'd love to see it .. put it in a
ziplock bag and mark it with the date purchased ... and ... I'd like
to see the city, too. For instance ... the Ayur purchased at
approximately the same time in Detroit and New York appear to be very
similar. I wonder if other places send different product to different
markets. The more samplings in the database ... the more useful the
Oh ... and the Tazarine thing ... Kenzi, do you think there's a "hair
quality" Tazarine out there that would be in the same box as the finer
sifted, like Jamila and Atabaki have two different sifts? The "junk"
in that Tazarine sample doesn't look to be anything other than
Moroccan henna ... just ... not as well sifted.
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