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Yauvanya Henna-Indigo Use Procedure

USE INDIGO TO COLOR HAIR NATURALLY
Indigo, with Henna, is a great natural conditioner and color for your hair

For Brown Color: 1 step process
  • Prepare Yauvanya henna paste in tea/coffee water and allow to soak for 12-24 hours (overnight).
  • Prepare a separate Yauvanya indigo paste (2-3 times more than henna) by adding hot water until it is the consistency of thick yogurt. Allow it to rest for 45 minutes.
  • Mix it with henna paste.
  • Apply the indigo/henna paste to dry or damp hair in sections, completely coating all the hair down to the roots.
  • Wrap your hair in a shower cap or plastic wrap and allow the hair to soak in the color.
  • Rinse after around 2.5 hours and then condition to soften your hair or oil can be applied before or after to avoid dryness.
  • Use shampoo only after 2 days.
 Usage: Every 7 to 10 days for healthy, thick and shiny, dark locks
*the higher proportion of indigo to henna the darker the color will be
*the longer you allow the paste to soak in, the darker and richer the color will be
*Takes about 2 days for the color to oxidize and show its true shade

 

For black or Deep Brown color: 2 step process
First step
  • Prepare Yauvanya henna paste in tea/coffee water and allow to soak for 12-24 hours (overnight).
  • Apply the henna paste to your hair to create a rich red/orange base. Wash with water.
Second step
  • Then, prepare Yauvanya indigo with hot water until it is the consistency of thick yogurt.
    Allow to sit for 45 minutes. (You can do it while you are preparing to wash henna)
  • Apply the indigo paste to dry or damp (previously hennaed) hair in sections, completely coating all the hair down to the roots.
  • Wrap your hair in a shower cap or plastic wrap and allow to soak in for 1-2 hours
  • Rinse and condition your hair or apply oil before or after to avoid dryness.
  • Use shampoo only after 2 days.
Usage: Every 7 to 10 days for healthy, thick and shiny dark brown/black locks
Takes about 2 days for the color to oxidize and show its true shade

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