How to Use Henna Powder in winters!!

Posted by Vishal Parihar on December 23rd, 2017

Organic Henna Powder Wholesaler is a good source for people who wanted to get rid of their gray hair, and for people who are allergic to chemical creams. Generally, most of us use Henna for protecting our hair from sun and dust. Henna can make your hair strong and nourish it from roots for a silky and shiny hair.

Henna powder is one of the ingredients that have been in use for a lot of beauty reasons. Henna plant is one of the oldest cosmetics ever used by people and is a safer option for coloring hair and decorating hands and feet. Natural henna is generally safe as it Chemical Free Hair Dye. Natural henna seldom causes any adverse reactions as long as you qualify hypersensitivity test.

With winter fast approaching, it’s worth remembering that if you are using Organic Henna powder, the temperature needs to be warm for the best dye release. Too cold and you won’t get the results you really want to achieve.  15 degrees centigrade to 21 degrees centigrade is the ideal temperature.  Long release hennas such as Jamila powder can take 48 hours or more. When mixing henna this winter, keep this in mind so you continue to get great stains from your henna.

Ways to warm Henna include

Placing it in a pan of warm (NOT hot, warm) water – but you will need to constantly change the water and stir the henna to make sure the warmth is evenly distributed. Using a little floor heater with a thermostat in a closed room; Mix your henna and leave it in that room to dye release. You can place it near (a foot or so away) the heater if it produces a small pocket of warm air, but do NOT put it directly in front of the heater. Keep a close eye on it.

When you allow henna to sit and release its dye, put it in a cold oven with the oven light turned on. Do NOT turn on the actual oven, even to the warm setting! Putting just the light on, will keep your henna at a constant temperature. If you use this trick year round, you will find your henna dye release time will remain pretty consistent, no matter what the temperature is outside or in your house. It’s worth remembering that along with delayed dye release, the cold weather will make your body cold and that leads to poor henna stains. The warmer your body is, the darker your henna will stain.

When doing henna in the cold, raise your body temperature as much as possible. Drink hot tea, wrap yourself in a blanket, sit by a heater or a fire… Be sure to seal and wrap your henna to ensure great henna stains. you should also ensure to choose a good Organic Henna Powder Wholesaler in India for buying good quality henna for hair.Be careful as there are many suppliers in the market that promise to provide excellent herbal products. Do a good research before making the final decision. Select a supplier that sells only pure herbal products. When you are choosing a professional supplier, you will have peace of mind that you are buying safe, top-grade products.

NMP Henna Powder is a leading name in Organic Henna Powder Manufacturers ,Wholesaler & Suppliers in Sojat, Rajasthan, India. Henna is very effective which is totally for consumer use without any harm. We are offering best quality which is certified by most testing companies. We do hope that this guide has been helpful to you; please let us know if you have any concerns or further questions by contacting us directly

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