Hibiscus Powder

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Description

Natural hibiscus powder is a semi permanent natural purple hair dye. It comes from hibiscus flowers and it has a fresh and fruity natural floral fragrance,making it a perfect henna add in.Light burgundy henna tones will show up on lighter hair colours such as blondes.Hibiscus is also a natural hair conditioner and will your hair feeling soft and healthy.

Ingredients : Finely crushed Hibiscus Powder made from pure sun dried Hibiscus  flowers in Morocco, 50g.

Add 3 tablespoons of Hibiscus powder to your henna  paste for light burgundy henna on lighter hair colours.

Use Hibiscus powder alone on blonde hair for a semi permanent natural purple hair dye.

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Additional information

Weight 70 g

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2 reviews for Hibiscus Powder

  1. opheliaandcat@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I didn`t notice any alternation of color when I use it, but the stuff smells good. So I add a little to the henna mix, just for the purpose of improving the smell.

  2. ommadawn28-shopping@yahoo.co.uk
    5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I love the result I get from my Pakeezah Henna, but did want to see if I could get a slightly richer red. I contacted Sabrina to ask her how I would use this in conjunction with my henna. Basically, mix two to three tablespoons of this powder up in a seperate container at the same time you mix your henna - using the same liquid (lemon/hot water/tea etc). Leave it to stand, then as you're ready to apply the henna, mix the two together. It makes the henna go a more red/brown colour. When you rinse out you will find you should get a deeper, richer red - more fiery and burgundyish. It's lovely and also very conditioning. Highly recommended!

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