September-October 2022 Newsletter
Mehandi.com & Ancient Sunrise MonthlySeptember-October 2022
Ancient Sunrise Clarity Cassia
Ancient Sunrise® Clarity Cassia is dried and powdered organic cassia auriculata leaves. This cassia will not color hair on its own, but can create an array of beautiful shades when used with henna and/or indigo. This cassia will also add beautiful shine to dull hair and create volume.
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Catherine's Curiosities - Articles on henna and hair by Catherine Cartwright-Jones, PhD
This month, we continue our presentation of each of the chapters of "Ancient Sunrise Henna for Hair" by Catherine Cartwright-Jones, PhD, a free, downloadable e-book about how and why to use henna as an alternative to commercial chemical hair dyes.
Chapter 8 “How to Henna Your Hair”
"How to Henna your Hair" has step-by-step instructions for first time users dyeing hair blonde, red, brunette or black with henna indigo, and cassia.
View or download: https://www.tapdancinglizard.com/how-to-henna-your-hair/
Tips and Techniques
Conditioning with Clarity
Cassia is an excellent herbal conditioner for your hair. This video shows how to use it.
View the video: https://vimeo.com/416964703
From our blogs
Cassia, Zizyphus, and Amla: Conditioners Without Color Change
Henna provides some great conditioning benefits, but these benefits go hand-in-hand with color change. The lawsone molecule binds permanently to the keratin in your hair, providing strength and shine while dyeing the hair. But what if you’ve already achieved your desired color, and want to regularly condition without seeing the color darken?
Read more: https://www.ancientsunrise.blog/cassia-zizyphus-amla/
Henna for Body Art 101: How to Sift and Strain Henna for Smooth, Clog-free Paste
Chunky henna paste easily puts a damper on a good henna session. It stops an artist from getting into their rhythm, and can ruin a pattern with broken lines or unexpected paste eruptions. To avoid henna mishaps, it is best to be proactive by sifting henna powder and/or straining paste before it goes into your cones. Luckily, both are quite easy and quick to do, if only a little bit messy.
Read more: http://www.becomingmoonlight.blog/2018/05/08/101-sift-strain/
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