- Indigo Powder ( wasma in Arabic and Urdu )
- 100% pure partially fermented indigo
- Indigofera Tinctoria
Are the ingredients 100% natural?
Just curious if the ingredients are in fact 100% natural? often cheaper Indian brands of henna will have chemical dyes to enhance the staying power. As I am not able to hold the box in my hand and read the ingredients,I wondered if someone could confirm how natural it is. Many thanks
This produce works , but it is messy to apply onto the hair. I would prefer it in a liquid. It also dries the hair some.
I recieved my order yesturday. This is my go to brand for Indigo hair. I use this after using regular Henna which I leave on for 1-2 hours. I rinse out then mix my Indigo and leave on for 3-4 hours and my hair turns jet black and looks so NATURAL! The combo of the Henna and Indigo also makes my hair 1) Soft and 2) appear thick! I never parted my hair before I discovered Henna and Indigo this year now I am able to achieve various styles with my natural 3c/4a hair. This is my 3rd purchase and I will continue to buy as long as this brand exists.
I don’t know if I got a bad batch, or what….
but this did not work for me at all. In fact, my hair looked lighter afterward, both times I used it. I did not use the whole sack as directed becasue I have short, fine hair. I’ve heard that indigo is so potent that just a dab has turned people’s hair black. I used equal amounts henna/indigo. I added salt. I mixed as directed. I used good quality henna (Jamila BAQ). I don’t know what the deal is. At least, it didn’t seem to make my hair any worse off. But, the mixture did not phase my few gray hairs or darken my hair at all, which was my goal. If I use the same amount of henna alone as I did henna/indigo, I always get gray coverage plus a good shot of color. I’m going to try it one more time, and, then, consider it a lost cause!
THE PRODUCT IS NOT THAT GREAT!
DO NOT LIKE THE PRODUCT TO MUCH! IF YOU DO NOT MIX IT RIGHT YOU WILL HAVE SOME COLOR ON YOUR HAIR AND NOT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF YOU HEAD COLOR RIGHT.
Adds beautiful color and shine!
After trying henna for the first time, I wanted to try indigo to tone down the coppery red left over from the henna. (I’m naturally a dark brunette.) Mixing this in with the henna worked beautifully. I was left with hair that not only looked completely natural – but also super soft and shiny. It’s been a few weeks since I last used this (mixed withGodrej Nupur Mehendi Powder 9 Herbs Blend, 150-gram) and my hair still looks noticeably healthier than it did before using indigo and henna. Although my hair is fine, curly and prone to breakage, this did not damage or dry out my hair whatsoever. I almost think it made it healthier.I’ve never been one to use hair products, hair irons, dyes, etc. I’m just not all that talented when it comes to styling or working with hair. Despite that, I found that this is incredibly easy to use. There are quite a few how-to videos on Youtube. I mixed the henna and indigo with coffee, a natural conditioner and coconut oil. I waited a few hours, applied it with gloves and allowed it to remain in my hair for 4 hours. Washing it out was a little time consuming, but it wasn’t bad at all. It was a little messy to wash out, but it wasn’t all that bad. I’ll definitely be using this on a routine basis.