There are three types of henna:
The “neutral” henna, derived from Lawsonia inermis. It does not contain pigment to color the hair. Its purpose is to make your hair softer and brighter.
“Natural” henna, derived from Cassia obovata (family Cesalpiniaceae). This contains natural red-orange pigments called lawsone. The intensity of the pigments depends on the temperature at which the henna plant was grown. The more it has been grown under hot weather and the henna will be intense.
Black henna, from the Indigofera tinctorium (family Fabaceae). With the latter, you will get a very dark result. It is not recommended by the French Agency for Sanitary Safety of Health Products because of the significant risks of developing allergies.
What are the benefits of henna for the hair?
First and foremost, henna is a 100% natural product!
It does not damage the hair fiber. On the contrary, it sheaths hair, makes it stronger but also more resistant to external aggressions such as wind, sun, rain, heat …
In addition to having stronger and stronger hair, they will also be brighter! Yes because dull hair is not funny, we want glow, reflections and that our hair is full of life, right?
It is a product that is perfect for hair that greases easily because it absorbs the excess sebum secreted by the scalp.
Henna brings a nice color to the hair. After, everything depends on the break time and the origin of your henna.
Finally, it is very effective against dandruff thanks to its antifungal and astringent properties that help tighten the pores of the scalp, soothe and cleanse.
The most famous are :
– Yemen red henna for auburn coloring
– Black henna for brown hair
– The blond henna to cover the blonde hair and highlight the golden highlights
– The henna of Egypt for a red color
– The henna of Rajasthan for a coppery color
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