But still, there was too much water in it. That, mixed with me having really light hair, ended up with a really orange hair! :D <3
I decided I would love the result, whatever it was, before I dyed it.
And I do, I love it!
Then again, henna settles over a few days after you've done it, so I wont have the final result until 3-5 days, from saturday.
Towel dried, brushed, not a pretty sight, it really needs to airdry to look good.
AFTER ABUSE - BLEACH NO. 1
I had it in a bun all day, hence the weird tips. :)
A closer look in better light.
You can see the growth and the old "black" color.
AFTER SOME MORE ABUSE - BLEACH NO. 2
Towel dried, brushed.
Poor, dry hair. :(
The fight against the goo IS ON!
It dripped everywhere and... the crappy-plastic-gloves let the dye through! *sigh*
I had some henna leftovers put in a plastic jar to store in the freezer.
You can store mixed henna in the freezer, but only if you do it in time, before the dye stops working.
I have no idea if I did that in time tho.
Meet Sandra, the glowing traffic-sign! LoL
This was right after I rinsed it, with conditioner as help, to get all the powder out.
2 days later, flash.
Not as dry anymore = henna <3
2 days later, no flash.
Here you can see that the henna didnt stick as good to my dry and damaged hair, as it did to the more healthy hair.
As I said, I love it :)
But I will do the whole hair again soon, since the lower half of my hair is still too light for the rest of the hair. And if it gets darker/more red, I will still love it!
This is one awesome color for dreads, wich I will start doing this weekend! :D
Oh, and I will post more pics later this week to show you the final color. :)