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Reshma Henna Natural Colour

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  • Henna
  • Natural Colour
  • Made in India
  • Kina
  • 150 g
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Product Description

Reshma Organic Henna Powder Reshma Henna is an organic conditioner. It keeps your hair strong, soft, silky and gives it a beautiful golden hue. It Removes dandruff, helps prevent hair loss, hair breakage and enhances hair growth. It is a natural hair dye and will not damage or penetrate hair's original structure. Reshma Henna is excellent nourishment for your hair. It can be used as a decorative natural dye for hand and feet. 150g or 5.29oz Export Quality Produce of India

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • UPC: 880147822945 701532156899
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,628 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By RebeccaJ on March 1, 2014
This is the henna I buy at my local Indian store. I mix a 150 g box with 15 oz distilled water and let it sit overnight in a non-metallic bowl, then apply it and let it sit on my hair for 2 hours (I used to leave it in longer, but 2 hours seems sufficient).

I have used only one other type of henna: Light Mountain Natural, the boxes with pictures of a fox or a wolf on them, stocked at natural food stores. I like Reshma henna better - it's less expensive and is a much finer sift, so it has a smoother/slimier consistency that is easier to apply and rinses out with less gritty mess.

The confusing thing about Reshma henna is that you have to look closely at the box to make sure you're getting what you want, as they also sell a line of similarly packaged hair color that isn't pure henna, but instead states it makes your hair a certain color. I buy only the boxes that say they are pure henna that can also be used for body art.

I've found a henna I like even better than Reshma: Hannah Natural 100% Pure Henna Powder, 100 grams. The sift is finer, almost as fine as powdered sugar. It rinses out so much more easily! And it comes with gloves and a cap, which Reshma doesn't.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Book Flame on January 13, 2015
I grew up using henna. Just for reference I have long black thick hair. I've used various brands of henna and Reshma would definitely be considered one of my favorite brands. Even on my black hair I see a hint of reddish tone to it after using it and the more I use it the deeper the coloring gets. The recipe I used for this one was pretty basic. I boiled a pot of black tea waited for it to cool off then took half of the tea water and half lemon juice and mix it and let it sit for about 12 hours then put in my hair for about five hours, since my hair is dark I keep it on longer. After I rinse all the henna out of my hair I shampoo and condition my hair.

I loved the results like I said the color pay off was great I love how beautiful it looks especially when I go outside. Also my hair has been so soft since after using Reshma. Beware your hair will smell like henna for a few days afterwards but the smell always wears off, for me personally the smell wears off after a couple of days.

Overall love the brand.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Doll on August 10, 2013
This is the only Henna brand I have used. The first time I used it, I thought my hair looked too red, compared to my natural color, but, with each use, I have really come to like the color. It looks auburn, and is very strong now, and shines. The extra color at the roots, goes away in a day or so. I feel like my hair is in the best condition it has ever been. After first use, you can just put it on the new growth, if you don't want your hair that has already had henna on it from before, to grab the reddish color. It washes out as time goes on, but, hair still remained shiny. I really like this product. I also use WEN conditioning shampoo, which I will continue to use, however, I believe the henna is the reason my hair has become so strong and shiny.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By CMB108 on April 6, 2014
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If you have the time, you can customize the results of using Reshma Henna. I bought two of these boxes. For the length of my hair, that equaled 4 full applications. I am african-american and am transitioning from relaxed to natural hair. I heard about this product from you tube testimonials of women with waist length natural hair.

I tried Sally Beauty Supply's version of henna which is more for the color than the health benefits so I switched and tried Reshma Henna which I have enjoyed better.

The longer you allow the mixture to set and the longer you leave it on your hair, the more color you get. I use the natural color. I brew double green matcha tea to mix with the henna to make it more reddish brown which is what I was going after. I also add ground double matcha green tea powder into the dry henna powder before mixing in the green tea. I add avocado and grapeseed oil into the wet mixture and let it set up to 6 hours depending on how much color I am going for. Otherwise, just for health benefits, 2-3 hours is fine for the mixture to set. I cover it with plastic while it sets on the counter top at room temperature.

I tried adding lemon juice the first couple of times and did not really see any difference when I left the lemon juice out so I no longer include the lemon juice in the mixture.

It covers my gray well but as another review mentioned, it will wash out over time. My new growth is really curly and the breakage is less since I started using Henna. I re-apply about every 6 weeks or when my gray starts to show again.

My overall hair cleansing regiment with a henna application is that I co-wash with Tresseme Naturals conditioner and leave in for about an hour. I rinse well and move on to the henna application.
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10 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D on November 6, 2013
Skip to the VERDICT if you already know about henna application to "black" hair for conditioning and strengthening etc.

RESEARCH/PREP: First time henna user, so I did my research! There is conflicting information on black hair care sites (such as Curly Nikki's henna gloss recipe) vs. Henna sites calling for adding coffee, yogurt etc. The package directions calls for A LOT of lemon juice. I wasn't sure how that would affect my hair. I used a small amount of lemon juice, honey, lemon ginseng green tea, distilled water, and cinnamon to help mask the henna smell. A note on the smell, it wasn't bad, just very "earthy". My coworker smelled the freshly mixed henna "batter" and said he liked it. I used yogurt, but the package directions did not call for it. When mixed this way, one (150 grams) package was enough for maybe two applications. I slowly added the other ingredients to the henna to ensure it was thick and not runny.I also didn't let it sit for four hours for "color release", I think I only let it sit for two and put it near a low heat source (small heater).

APPLICATION: I tried to really slather it on but it was difficult to see how much I was applying to top/back of head etc. I wrapped my hair in cling wrap and a metallic looking conditioning cap (both $1 store items) and used a hand held (ion) hair dryer + soft bonnet attachment. I fell asleep for several hours - maybe four (without dryer).

WASH/RINSE/CONDITION: It took several rinsings for water to run clear, but that is to be expected. I used JR LEGGETTS shampoo bar, some LUSH rehab shampoo, some apple cider vinegar to rinse. I didn't like the feel of my hair also used some AS I AM co-wash, followed by GIOVANNI direct leave-in conditioner. Still didn't like the feel of my hair and noticed some specks like ...
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