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To get black and jet black shades you should dye grays with henna first, and then indigo. As soon as you rinse out the henna from your hair the next dye you should apply is indigo to get the best results.
Follow the steps for dyeing your gray hair with henna by following the instructions in the article: Red To Auburn Highlights Using Henna- Recipe and Instructions. After you are done, follow the steps outlined below to get your gray hair looking black again.
1 cup indigo powder
1/2 cup warm filtered water …
There are many versions of this recipe and I have tried them all. Before I knew that black hair rinse was good for premature grayness I knew that it was excellent for shedding. Which makes this recipe an excellent alternative to premature grayness and shedding.
Black tea will temporarily darken your hair (whatever your starting color) and added with rosemary you will love the effects.
3 heaping tablespoons of loose black tea leaves
1 heaping tablespoon of rosemary leaves
4 cups boiling water
1. Steep black tea leaves and rosemary in boiling water for approximately …
Hair Philosophy: Less is More.
Hair Treatment: I give my hair a hot oil treatment every Thursday night with the hot oil recipe.
Shampoo: I shampoo my hair every Friday morning with a non-sulfate shampoo. Most times I use my own concoction. Once a month I shampoo with baking soda and apple cider vinegar.
Condition: I co-wash hair twice per week when my hair is 12 weeks post relaxer. I use Porosity Control Conditioner or my own concoction. For a good ‘under the kitchen sink’ kind of condition for my hair, I use …
If you were given five minutes to escape your house or your place of abode, what are the five hair must-haves that you should carry? I generally pitch this question to persons who are interested in growing long healthy relaxed hair and the answers would vary. The reason I ask is, you do not need more than five products to maintain hair growth at any one time. Some ladies stock up on a lot of hair care products and use them every day or every week and then complain that …
Black woman… long hair… are not words you would usually include in a sentence together. However, with a little knowledge and adjustment to the regular hair care routines that we hold dear we can achieve long, healthy hair of a certain length. It goes without saying that the majority of women of African descent think that their hair cannot grow past a certain length. Could it be that this occurrence is not because of genetics but because of our hair regimens and how we treat our hair?