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Copperberry Acidic Fruit Powder for Dye Release

Add 25gof Ancient Sunrise® Copperberry per 100g of henna or cassia, then add distilled water until the paste is the consistency of mashed potatoes. Let the paste rest at room temperature (68-72 degrees Fahrenheit) for 8-12 hours for best dye results.

Henna and cassia will dye your hair most effectively when mixed with an acidic liquid (such as diluted lemon juice) or a fruit acid powder. Using an acidic liquid or our fruit acid powders gives the best color results and the color will not fade or go peculiar. In fact, the color will gradually deepen and look more natural.

Ancient Sunrise® Copperberry is dried, powdered Acerola berries; these have antioxidants and vitamin C which preserve the golden tones in cassia mixes as well as the red colors in your henna. Your color will be brighter and less likely to darken over time.



Ancient Sunrise Henna for Hair

"Ancient Sunrise Henna for Hair" explores the art, science, techniques, and history of using henna, indigo, and cassia to dye hair. This book is a timely update of the previous book, "Henna for Hair" by Catherine Cartwright-Jones, to address the problem of the epidemic of para-phenylenediamine sensitization: the increasingly dangerous and widespread allergy to chemical hair dye. Separate chapter headings are listed below for your download convenience. Click on each chapter heading cover below to download each PDF file.

We offer this book free of charge. You may download selected chapters or the entire book. We ask only that you respect our copyright and observe our terms of use. Please see the copyright and licensing information at the bottom of this page.

Chapter 6 "Henna and Acidic Mixes"

Learn about the necessary chemistry of mixing henna and cassia with a mildly acidic liquid. This chapter discusses several sources of fruit acids, and how each has a different effect on henna.





Chapter 7 "Mixing and Testing Your Henna Mix"

This chapter discusses the mixing, dye release, formulation, and testing of a wide range of non-chemical permanent colors from henna, indigo, and cassia. This chapter includes step-by-step instructions to produce the color you want for your hair.





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"Ancient Sunrise® Henna for Hair" by Catherine Cartwright-Jones PhD is licensed under a
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Citation format: Catherine Cartwright-Jones PhD. 2015. "Ancient Sunrise® Henna for Hair" TapDancing Lizard LLC.
tapdancinglizard.com/AS_henna_for_hair/ Accessible also via hennaforhair.com, mehandi.com, and ancientsunrise.com

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Esther M from Texas
May 23, 2022
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Keeps red from fading
I use this with Ancient Sunrise Rajasthani Monsoon Henna and the red does not fade. Would highly recommend!
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