HENNA COLOR FOR HAIR
Earthy hair colour for a natural, healthy fashion hairstyle.
Hair Holistic colour expert uses plants for hair color.
It gives each client a personalized hair colour totally adapted to your natural shade.
These muds & Hennas Hair coloring service are made of Henna, Plants, Spices and Natural Pigments
giving the hair a shiny and healthy look. It also grows out much more naturally
than classic hair colour, environment-friendly and respectful for your hair.
Dimensions lights with natural clay & henna
This technique is used combining natural color pigments mixed with clay or henna
With the action of soft heat, this technique can highlight any hair colour, natural and artificial.
This kind of natural and healthy dimension, does not dry your hair or have any side effects.
Henna (Lawsonia inermis), also called Henna Tree is a flowering Plant used since antiquity to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather and wool.
The name is also used for dye preparations derived from the planet and for the art of temporary tattooing based on those dyes.
Additionally, the name is misused for other skin and hair dyes, such as Black Henna or Neutral Henna, which are not derived from the plant.
Henna´s coloring properties are due to lawsone, a burgundy organic compound that has an affinity for bonding with protein.
Do not use Henna on any juvenile who has G6PD deficiency. Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency is an X-linked
recessive hereditary disease featuring abnormally low levels of the G6PD enzyme, which plays an important role in red blood cell function.
Individuals with the disease may exhibit nonimmune hemolytic anemia in response to a number of causes and one of these causes is exposure
to Henna. Males are more likely to be harmed than females. G6PD deficiency can be determined by a simple blood test administered
by your physician.
Wikipedia article on G6PD deficiency:
Henna & Herbs
Alternatives to Hair Coloring
The growing demand of "Going Green" is bringing back one of the ancient hair coloring alternatives: Henna for your hair!
You can find hundreds of fans blogging about it and teaching how to´s. Before a quick explanation about how Henna & Herbs works,
we must inform our clients the need to understand the nature of these amazing hair coloring techniques, plus the Do´s and Don´ts.
Hair colors in Blonde, Brown, Auburn, Mahogany and other "shades" of Henna are mixes of Amla, Indigo, Walnut, Rhubarb,
Lawsonia and other plants. Henna will not lift the color only deposit pigments.
It can blend grays, enhance, deepening or darken hair. Once the Henna´s dye has oxidized and reached its final shade, the color is permanently impreganted into the strand.
Shampooing, chlorine, blow-drying, will all cause some type of degradation but Henna will remain until you cut your hair.
Repeated applications of Henna mixes develop a richer, deeper color.
The process of applying Henna can take 30 minutes to 5 hours or longer depending on hair porosity, grays and etc.
Maintenance is the same as conventional dyes, it will depend on hoe quick your hair grows.
One of the biggest benefits is the shine without forgetting to mention the scalp detox.
Henna is a plant commonly found in Yemen, Pakistan and India. The natural dye pigment is called Lawsone (Red-Orange dye
that naturally occurs in Henna leaves), its molecule is to big to go inside the hair but the Henna binds to the keratin in your hair to allow for staining. The Henna color will darken gradually over a few days, usually 48 hours through an oxidation process.
Cassia Obovata: often called Blonde or Neutral Henna but is not part of the Henna family, it´s a native tree from Egypt and Nubia.
It contains Chrysophanic Acid that will stain your hair with Hue of Yellow. Cassia has anti-bacterial fungal properties.
Indigofera Tinctoria, partially fermented contains natural Indigo Blue dye.
There are not many hair salons that offer Henna services due to lack of information and a real understanding of how it works.
Besides, Henna has been under the loop due to contaminants like pesticides and lead that compounds Henna.
It is a product for dyeing hair that may include Metallic Salts, Synthetic Dyes and/or Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD´s)
to add variation of colors. As well as old fashion methods of preparation using mordants to fix color
leaching Iron, Copper, Calcium, etc.
Stylist have had bad experiences removing Henna or having nightmares when conventional hair colors with peroxide come in contact
with the minerals added to the Henna causing hair disasters and client distress.
Hair Holistic Eco-Friendly Studio Colour Expert, Ibana Villasenor, uses plants hair color as a hair coloring choices.
Ibana customizes and gives each client a personalized hair colour, totally adapted to you natural shade.
These muds & Henna hair coloring service are made of Henna, plants, spices and natural pigments, giving
you hair a shiny and healthy look. It also grows out much more naturally than conventional hair color dyes.
These herbs are environmentally friendly and respectful to your hair.
We use a High Quality of Henna from a reputable supplier.
Our supplier have herbs that have been laboratory certified and pH neutral and contain:
NO Chemical Dyes
NO Pesticide Residue
NO Contamenants or Adulterants
Henna can cause a Haemolytic crisis in G6PD deficient infants. G6PD deficiency is an inherited condition and any infant who is diagnosed with this condition MUST NOT have contact with Henna. Henna can cause severe anemia in G6PD deficient infants by penetrating their skin causing Oxidative Haemolysis of their blood cells.
G6PD deficiency is a recessive X-Chromosome Sex-Linked inheritable trait. If males have that trait on their X-Chromosome, they will be affected. Females have the trait on one of their X-Chromosomes, they will not be affected. If both of a female´s X-Chromosome are G6PD deficient, they will be affected.