Kamis, 21 April 2011


How to Take Care of Your Henna

1. Let the Henna Dry
It will take approximately 15-20 minutes before the henna paste is dry enough that you do not have to worry about smudging it.

2. Leave the Henna on
Leave the henna on as long as possible! The longer you leave the henna on, the darker the colour will be and the longer it will last. Leave it on a minimum of 3-4 hour; overnight is best.

3. Take “Extra Steps” for a Better Stain
Do either or both of these while the henna paste is still on for best results:
1. Put lemon sugar syrup, Be sure not to oversaturate the henna, you want it just a tiny bit wet.
2.Warm your hands – with steam, a (safe!) fire, or a blow dryer.

4. Take the Henna Off
Remember!, you want to leave the henna on as long as possible. But you will eventually have to take it it off. When taking off the henna, scrape it off with your hand, any cards or butter knife, only do this after it has been at least for 1 hour. Do not wash the henna off with water or soap!

5. Watch the Colour Develop
The color of your design will at first be a shade of orange. It will get darker over the course of the next 48 hours, turning anywhere from orange-brown to maroon or chocolate brown. Your design will be at its darkest after 1 or 2 days.

6. Take Care to Maintain your Henna Last Longer
Avoid moisturizers (this makes henna fade “Faster”), chlorine (swimming), salt water, dishsoap, bleach, any other others cleaning materials. Avoid “hand sanitizer” (it is the first thing that unintentionally kills henna stains FAST). Acetone nail polish remover has also been known to fade henna stains more quickly. You can bathe and shower as usual.

This is not a necessary step, but is recommended if you want to keep your Henna Longer.

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