Imponderability because this stuff is part of a grown plant and nothing out of a lab. So changes in quality are given. And also the results depend a lot on your personal hair colour and the structure of your hair
I started using Henna to dye my hair about 12 years ago.
My natural colour is a medium blond and the structure is rather flimsy
About 3 years ago I was kind of fed up with all the red and decided that it was time to see my natural hair colour again.
That turned out to be a mistake as I couldn't get my hair as shiny and manageable as all the previous years.
So last year I started to dye again and today is the day to renew my colour :)
Step 1: What you will need
- powdered Henna (Lawsonia inermis) Quantity depends on the length of your hair, I use about 100g which is plenty
- rubber gloves ( you don't have to bother about them but then you will get nice copper coloured hands and, especially, fingern nails :)
- old clothes
- a washcloth
- hot water (you could also use black tea or diluted apple juice, in this case I used black tea)
- a bowl large enough
- spoon or fork to mix the dye
- plastic bag to cover your head
- a towel which should not be too new and certainly not white ;)
- about 2h of time