Re: Cedarvale henna

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Posted by Littlefox on October 13, 2002 at 16:47:39:

In reply to: Cedarvale henna posted by Alissa on October 11, 2002 at 17:22:09:

Laughs and am glad I'm not the only one who got that out of them! I
had ordered about a pound of it just to see what's up with it and how
fine it was. Yeah alot coarse, but after putting together a mega
shaker and adding rice to pound it a bit for the sifting, I've had
some pretty darn good results from it...... though about 1/2 of it
you end up sifting out, but for hair it's darn good.


: Cedarvale henna was mentioned by a poster a few weeks ago. Because
: I'm a sucker for a bargain, I bought a pound and figured on using
: for hair henna only.
: I mixed a batch last night, and am sitting with it on my head now.
: The henna is extremely coarse, as you might expect for hair henna,
: and I'm not sure it would be suitable for body art. You would loose
: lot in sifting, and would still need to strain it, very coarse and
: twiggy.
: However, the stain it's releasing is going like gangbusters. It's
: looking like an effective staining henna for quite cheap, if you
: handle having to sift a whole lot of it before trying to get some
: through a jac bottle.
: Here's the link


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