Mix up your organic henna, as per the instructions. Here is the brew all ready to go.
Prepare your hair. It should be clean, without any conditioner. Section off the top layer(s)of your hair with hair elastics or clips. Put gloves on if you don’t want stained fingers!
Section off pieces of hair and put the paste on with your fingers, working it in to fully cover every strand in the section.
Doing the front sections of your hair is easy. For the back, you can look in the mirror, but it’s still a bit tricky. Unless you have double mirrors, you do it by feel.
When the underneath layer of your hair is completely coated, let down the top layer one section at a time, coating each one as you go.
Our henna, cassia, and indigo powders are quite finely ground and so not at all gritty or twiggy. They will mix into a smooth paste which is easier to apply than some poorer-quality henna powders. You can buy them here... Applying henna your self is not so difficult when you get into a routine.
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Have fun with your henna mud pies!