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Colora Henna Powder

Work wonders to dull, lifeless hair with the Colora Henna Powder.
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  • K B.
    San Leandro, Ca
    Dark Colored Hair?
    so i'm african american & filipino my hair is curly and thick but it breaks off easily. it's dark black and i'm wondering if i use the color henna powder, will it be able to lighten my hair blonde without bleach? and will there be a lot of damage? i really am thinking about purchasing this.
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    Feb 27, 2012
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  • Tiffany
    Colora Henna Powder "black Noir"
    I used this product about two weeks ago, and was not satisified with the outcome. I would like to use HerbalShine color creme, but the box says do not use over "compound henna". Is that what this product is?

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    Jan 7, 2012
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  • Jackie C.
    MN.
    Excellent Product
    .I love this product. I am about 95% gray I had previously colored with natural instincts in light golden brown which turned my hair a reddish blonde color. I waited 3 months before using colora liquid in brown. I am very pleased with the results, i had no ill effects with the henna turning the previously colored hair a strange color, which i was really worried about. My hair is in very good condition. I also highly recommend the mari shampoo and conditioner. I"ve colored twice now and feel very confident with it. Based on the strand test, I leave it on 3 hrs. My hair is a soft dark smoky color almost like a dark gray, some parts are lighter. It looks very natural on me and lots better than the glaring white it was with gold ends. I saved my strand test and i'm going to try chestnut just to compare, I didn't use chestnut first because i thought it might be too reddish. I highly recommend this product. Does anyone have an opinion of using chestnut after using brown?

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    Sep 7, 2011
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  • Laura
    Eustis, Fl
    Does Anyone Know......
    I use a Keratin treatment on my hair (which is color treated). If I use the Colora Henna product on my hair, will using both these products cause "unexpected" or detrimental results?
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    May 15, 2011
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    • Peri
      Washington, DC
      From My Experience...
      As someone who's been using henna for 4 years, getting keratin treatment did almost nothing for my hair. I have naturally tight waves, which tend to get frizzy in the summers, so I tried out the keratin treatment... what I got was more unmanageable hair, because the waves could no longer be styled in a piece-y way. The stylist said that my hair had been too saturated with the proteins of the henna to respond to keratin. Not sure if you'll get unexpected results, but you may not get the full impact of the products, which could leave you in an odd half-way state. Though with color, it may at least give you a hint of a shade...

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      May 30, 2011
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  • Ella Lanzman
    Brooklyn, Ny
    Frustrated
    I have blond hair. In between gray. I colored the first time with colora henna powder in apricot/gold. It came out light red. I really not happy. I would like to have like golden brown. What do I have to do.? Although, the product is very good. I already feel the silkenes and shine on my hair. Please, please help. Thank you so much!!!!
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    Apr 4, 2011
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    • Crystal
      Henna Heaven
      There are some beautiful blends for brown hair with indigo and henna. When you use henna think of it as a vehicle for delivering the color that you want...always present. To control the hue of the brown you alter the proportion of the indigo to henna.

      I have a very conservative appearance and the fiery reds and oranges of henna products frighten me. I have learned that pure products....not whatever is available in the neighborhood ethnic excursion...but pure BODY ART QUALITYhenna....BAQ Henna(NOT COMPOUND HENNA)and indigo....go online and look around you'll find what you need. Compound henna has toxic chemicals...even the ones that say natural can be full of bad stuff like toxic metal salts, lead acetate and PPD paraphenylenediamine....ugly/dry hair ingredients.

      I am negotiating my transition into grey hair without perms or color. Whenever the grey accumulates I "condition" with my henna/indigo blend (use a little...oops a lot....of ginger powder...Now this is where you go to the neighborhood ethnic excursion store and buy in bulk - covers the funkiness of henna).

      I am free....finally. The henna straightens my hair - mildly. Enough so that it waves when I pull it back with a little Vitamin E oil 50,000IU thick E oil - and this relaxing effect has amplified over time so that there is an innate silkiness while I retain the defiant kink/curl patterns of my hair. I can pull a comb through it wet or damp and I don't get the dry/dull/tangled/kinky look on the way to being completely air-dried silky crinkly afro puff.

      I am hair lazy. I resent spending excess money on image. I have very thick, back length hair now; it is healthy and a natural-looking medium-brown ("colored and conditioned" grey) hair that is not fighting with me, my limited time, and my stubborn unwillingness to make hair professionals ridiculously wealthy.

      Very happy in henna heaven.....and I have girlfriends who have travelled this path with me, with whom I share learning to love and manage the hair we were put here with.

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      Dec 22, 2011
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