Henna For Dry Hair ❤️ How To Mix Henna Using Cream Of Tartar - Curly Chic
Henna for dry hair

Henna For Dry Hair ❤️ How To Mix Henna Using Cream Of Tartar

Henna For Dry Hair

In the above video I will show you how to mix henna for dry hair using cream of tartar. Did you know that cream of tartar is known as potassium bitartrate? A natural fruit acid made from grape juice? It is the most gentlest fruit acid for hair and creates dark auburn colors.

Mixing Henna With Cream of Tartar

3 simple ingredients is all you need: Purified water, cream of tartar and body art quality henna. Moreover, to achieve the best color for your hair mix 1 teaspoon of cream of tartar per 100 grams of henna. Furthermore, for those with greying hair or seeking dark red colors store your prepared henna mix in a warm dark place for 8 to 12 hours before hair application. On the other hand, if you have dark hair color and rather red highlights 1 to 4 hours is a sufficient amount of time.

Benefits of Henna For Dry Hair

Firstly, chose Body Art Quality henna for dry hair. BAQ henna is not only great for hair color. It will improve scalp health as well.

As a matter of fact, cream of tartar mixed with henna is the most suitable fruit acid for those with thin or fine hair strands, dry hair types, afro textured hair, or hair that is prone to breakage. Additionally, the henna mixture can last in the freezer fro 3 to 6 months. Ultimately, it will improve in the freezer overtime.

Do you have dry hair, experiencing hair breakage, hair loss, fine or thin hair strands, and afro textured hair? Additionally, are you seeking natural plant based hair dye alternative to you traditional hair dyes? Watch the video above for full details on how henna and cream of tartar can improve and benefit the health of your hair.

If you have any questions leave them in the comment section below. I will gladly respond to them quickly.

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