Henna Black

Our Black Henna is all-natural Indigofera tinctoria and contains no other additives such as PPD (p-Phenylenediamine), it can be used as a conditioner and colour enhancer for the hair.

Henna Black Product Code: 18HEB

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Henna Black 250g
£5.13 £6.16
Henna Black 500g
£8.89 £10.67
Henna Black 1kg
£15.43 £18.52
Henna Black 25kg
£230.81 £276.97

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Description

Caution: Our Hennas are 100% powdered natural leaf. They contain no dyes or dyeing agents. A lot of "high street" Henna's do contain dyes meaning they all artificially colour hair and skin with great effect. We advise that you test the product on a small area of skin before use. In the case of any adverse reaction, wash skin and hair with warm water and seek medical advise immediately. 

This product will have a dying effect on light hair but will not have a significant effect on barker hair. 

Product: Henna Black

Latin Name: Indigofera tinctoria

Plant Family: Fabaceae

Other Names: True Indigo, Indian Indigo, Tagum, Indigo Plant, Lan Dian, Indigoplanten, Indigoboom, Tina-Tinaan, Indigogewassen, Indigo des Teinturiers, Neeli, Anile, Nanbanai, Indigoteiro, Añilera, Avuri & Chàm.

Description: Our Black Henna is all-natural Indigofera tinctoria and contains no other additives such as PPD (p-Phenylenediamine), it can be used as a conditioner and colour enhancer for the hair. Henna should be used with care and a skin patch test should always be carried out before use. Black Henna dye is made from the leaves of a deciduous shrub believed to be native to Asia, which reaches a height of up to 2 metres. The leaves are oddly pinnate and comprised of 11-19 obovate leaflets which are light green in colour. The pea-like flowers form clustered racemes and are light pink to deep purple-red in colour

Brief History: The historical use of indigo as a dye is sketchy to say the least, some believe that Marco Palo witnessed the indigo dye process in Kerala, India in the late-13th century and subsequently introduced it to Europe. By the 16th century indigo plantations grew all over India and by the late-18th century most of the indigo purchased came from the East India Company from the plantations in Bengal. Today only a tiny percentage of ‘indigo’ dyes used to dye fabric and wool come from true indigo, the majority being chemically synthesied.



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SUGGESTED USE

Black Henna is suitable for use on dark hair colours such
as mahogany, to colour and condition the hair. Add 100-300g of
Black Henna powder (depending on hair length use 100g for
short hair up to 300g for waist length hair) to cold water; and
mix to a paste, leave the paste over night for the dye to
develop. Apply the henna paste to clean, dry hair, when hair is
completely covered place a plastic bag or cling film on the hair
to keep the paste moist and leave 2-4 for the colour to develop.
At the end of the development time, rinse out the henna and
finish with a final light shampoo to remove the last traces of the
dye. Black Henna should be used with care and a skin patch
test should always be carried out prior to use. N.B. This product
is for use to colour and condition the hair only; it is not for
internal use, or for use on the skin.

OVERVIEW

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Shelf life of two years provided that goods are stored in an airtight container in ambient conditions.

Delivery Timescale

Please allow 2 working days for your order to be packed and dispatched.


For large orders (over 15 items) please allow 1-2 days extra.

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