Ayurvedic Hair Care

  • Y’ALL. I’m so excited about how this henna application turned out! Here’s my recap of the festivities. Application After letting my henna paste – jamila henna, coconut milk, and green tea – (read how I mixed it up in this post) sit for 10 hours for dye release, I applied it…

  • I finally took pictures of my hair in the sun this morning and I loovvveeeeee it. *Insert all the heart eyes* I tugged my hair out of my ponytail while on my morning run and snapped these. This color is the result of 3 henna applications: ♥ First: Rajasthani indian henna…

  • After letting my henna paste sit for 4 hours, I decided take a few suggestions and apply the henna to my damp hair so I hopped in the shower and co-washed with Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea Cleansing CoWash first. I’m so glad I did because applying henna to my damp hair took much less time (30 minutes) and was much easier than applying it to dry hair.

  • After my last henna application last month I literally counted down the days (remember when I told you I made countdowns for everything?) until my next henna application. Well my lovely JGAers, the time for henna round 2 has finally arrived. Last night I mixed up the following henna paste.…

  • Wondering whether you should give henna a try? Here are a few pros and cons. – Pros – Natural dye For ladies (and gents) who prefer not to use boxed commercial, chemical dyes, henna is a natural way to dye hair an orangish/reddish/burgundy tint. The dye molecules in henna, called…

  • After mixing up my henna paste of henna, indigo, coconut milk, conditioner, and water and letting the dye release for 2 hours (read: My First Henna Recipe) I grabbed a pair of gloves, threw on an old shirt I didn’t mind staining, and opened Hulu on my phone to make the…

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