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I want to go this year so badly, but it's on the other side of the country!
I think I have some solid knots in there already. I might give the henna a try. My hair is already pretty dry from not using any kind of moisture in my hair so I don't want to dry it out even more with chemical hair dye. I'm afraid my dreads will bread off or something!
I do love the reds henna mixes can give you, but I have had an awesome boxed red before too
I used henna & indigo (twice, 2 different mixes to get the coloring I wanted) & it seems with baking soda washes the indigo faded out pretty quickly, the henna i do believe has been lightened but the color is still pretty good.
I would say either use henna before you dread, or wait until you have a good few solid knots in there so you aren't undoing a lot. I used it before I started, my hair was super straight, soft & silky before starting anyways so I'm not sure how much the conditioning contributed to my slower progress? It wasn't noticeable, & I don't really care, I love whatever they are doin <3
Hi guys, I've been wanting to color my hair red and was wondering what everyone's opinion was on which brand of dye to use. I want to use a natural dye, for obvious reasons.
Anyway, I've seen a few henna dyes but which one is the best? Are there any other types besides henna? Also what about any home concoctions that I could make?
Thanks in advance!
I wasn't really sure where to put this discussion so SE you can move it if need be.
So for my project I have to create a restaurant, and I'm doing a smoothie and sandwich joint. Anyway, I'm working on the menu right now and I'm not sure what types of sandwiches I should put on there.
You should all tell me your favorite types of sandwiches! Everything from the classics to stuff you've made up yourself!
Great progress! You're dreads are beautiful