Natural henna dye drawings can be orange, pink, brown and black. The shades depend on the drawing, the drying time and the skin's own reaction to the dye. Therefore, the same dye used on different parts of the skin or on different people may vary.
After drying and removing the excess cream, the drawing is lighter in colour. Within 48 hours, it darkens and takes on a full colour shade. It is best to avoid contact with water during the first 12 hours of drying.
On average, henna paint lasts 3-7 days on the chest and 1-3 weeks on the legs and arms. After that, the traces of the dye disappear completely.
- Apply the dye on clean, soap-soaked skin without lotions or creams. For better results, you can use alcohol to cleanse the skin.
- Remove the protective cap from the tube. First try squeezing the cream out of the tube onto paper. Make sure that the squeezed strips of cream are not too thin or too thick.
- Henna paints press very easily, so if uneven application occurs, wipe off immediately with a damp cotton disc.
- If you are not yet a professional, you can sketch a sketch on your skin with a water-based felt-tip pen. This will help you apply the henna paint faster and with fewer mistakes.
- Once the design has been painted, it should dry well, ideally for 6-8 hours. The slower the paint dries and the longer it stays in contact with the skin, the brighter the drawing becomes. To protect the painted area, you can wrap it in plastic wrap, spray it with hairspray (alcohol-free) or spray hair gel.
- After drying, you should carefully remove any residual dye with a damp cloth and a piece of cotton wool soaked in lemon juice.
Sold in a pack of 12 tubes of 30 g.
Country of origin: India
Ingredients (INCI): Aqua, Lawsonia internis Linn., Guar Gum, Eucalyptus globulus, Phenonip