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, calledRead More →

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 theRead More →

I found my sense of adventure and did my first henna treatment this weekend. Instead of doing one long, pic heavy post I’ll be breaking up my first henna treatment: recipe, application, and results. Ingredients Rajasthani Indian Henna – 100g Indigo – 50g Coconut milk – 1 can Conditioner –Read More →

What is henna? Henna is a flowering plant whose dried, powdered leaves can be turned into a paste to create beautiful temporary body art and permanently dye hair an orangish/reddish/burgundy tint. Extremely important note! When purchasing henna, whether it be for body art or hair treatments, always purchase body artRead More →

Denise: Hi Jeni, through stalking this site and reading as much as I can about hair I finally reached APL…well grazing (Yay me!!!) I’ve noticed that one side of my head is longer, healthier and has less breakage. I’ve decided to try henna and thought how cool it would beRead More →