Pakeezah Henna

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£5.99£30.99

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Pakeezah Rajasthani Henna,100g

 

ONE STOP PURE DYNAMITE HENNA – chemical free – pure India Desert Earth Pakeezah henna colour for hair !! Henna will deepen your existing hair colour and will generally always give you muted reddish brown undertones which will glow hotter in natural daylight, especially in the sun ; the exceptions being grey hair / white hair / or blonde hair … any light hair colour will always turn bright orange red with henna, but indigo will then turn it all shades of brown through to black, depending how long you leave it in for.Pakeezah henna powder is from the purest sources in India.

 

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Additional information

Weight240 g
Size

100g, 200g, 600g

3 reviews for Pakeezah Henna

  1. 5 out of 5

    I hadn’t tried henna to any great extent until I found this site and product. I have to say that the quality is superb, it is easy to mix and apply and leaves a great colour. I once tried another brand of henna but it was nowhere near as good as this, it was grainy, difficult to apply and didn’t have the same intensity of colour. I use henna and indigo about once every 5 – 6 weeks and I am more than happy with this product. When I first started using it I wasn’t sure what I was doing and I emailed lots of questions – the staff were friendly and offered me good advice. I am very pleased with the product and the service.

  2. 5 out of 5

    This is my first experience with henna,I wanted to use it as I am going white/ grey , I have tried blonde and dark brown but as I am Scottish ,pale with freckles , they were both too harsh for me. Reviews say it helps grow your hair too, less breakages. I used just plain henna , on my collar length mousy hair grey roots,50g henna and one cup- not mug, off the boil hot water. Mixed it up to a smooth paste, put in a plastic bag for 25 mins, then using gloves, when it was cool enough scooped on my hair and gently rubbed in. On the hair line and ears I used argon oil and had no staining , no mess no fuss.wrapped hair in a shower cap and a plastic grocery bag, with a towel on top. Two hours later , it was nuclear orange , however after two days went hot copper. I waited a week for full oxidation, now second coat is a dark copper. It definitely suits my freckles and I had only positive comments at work. I feel brighter around the head, not dull and grey. Yahoo!!!! My advise keep it simple, hot water is enough……

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Although I’m often mistaken for a redhead I actually have light brown mousey hair with a smattering of grey (shh!) I’ve been hennaing my hair on and off for 10 years. I’ve used Pakezzah henna for the last couple of years… yes, it took me a while to find a decent reliable brand. Love this stuff. Its a really fine powder/dust so mixes to a nice sticky paste (rather than the usual cowpat consistency of other brands ive used) it goes on easliy as its a sticky paste so I can paint it on to my roots for touch ups like you’d use a regular hair dye. It washes out of my hair really easily as it’s fine and not at all gritty. I mix one whole packet with some tap water and a squirt of bottled lemon juice until it reaches thick custard. constancy. Then portion it into ziplock bags roughly 3 equal amounts and freeze it – tried and tested failsafe way of getting colour release (I’ve had swamp green too many times in the past). Then when I need to do my roots I boil the kettle, put one of the bags of henna in a jug, Pour the water over it, squidge it around until it’s all melted and warm, snip the corner off the bag and squeeze henna out onto my parting and obvious grey bits. Clingfilm my head for an hour and wash it off. So easy. 😀

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