80Views6Replies

Author Options:

How can I apply Henna on my Hair? Answered

Discussions

0
None
seandogue

3 years ago

As I recall from my foolish yoot, (lots of girls used to want to play with my very long hippy hair back when I was more inclined to being led around my the ...erm nose as a teen during the 1970s.) smear it on, work it in, wait a while, rinse it off. At leas that's what I remember of it. Be prepared for a stained scalp.

0
None
rickharris

3 years ago

Look to the right in the related column >>>>>>>>>

or do a search

0
None
Downunder35mrickharris

Answer 3 years ago

1+
Seems to be more convinient to ask us than to use Google these days....

0
None
petercdDownunder35m

Answer 3 years ago

+1

Probably a result of a poor education system that encourages results rather than curiosity... which in turn leads to a need for spoonfeeding.

Like Downunder35m, I find it flabbergasting that todays youth doesnt know how to use Google.

0
None
Downunder35mpetercd

Answer 3 years ago

I think it might have to do with reputation as well.
If you check for particular topics Instructables show up in almost any decent search at some point.
But I agree that for certain things I simply I totally fail to see how someone can not use Google.
After all if I bother enough to check I use the same terms as listed in the question and have no problem to find an answer

I sugested some time ago to limit new users from starting new topics.
The simple reason for that move was the fact that at laest 70% of "questions" asked here don't even see a reply from the thread starter.
From my work in forums I already know that so called "users" post the same request all over the net.
Thinking of the time it takes to register and post the question I often fail to understand why people bother to register at certain websites to post a question that could be asnwered in seconds using a normal Google search.