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Henna Hair for Beginners ❤️ The Healthy, Natural way to Dye Hair at Home!

November 8, 2019

Hey guys! Welcome back to my channel.
Today we are going on a journey together we are going to dye my hair. If you guys
have been watching me for a while, either on one of my previous channels or on my
vlog channel, you know that I have probably had most natural hair colors
under the sun. I have had extremely dark hair that was borderline black; I have
had platinum blonde hair; multiple levels of brown in between, and I have ventured
into the more unnatural colors when my hair was blonde (on bits and pieces of my
hair, I don’t think I ever dyed my entire head of fun color). But I think out of all
of the colors I’ve ever colored my hair, my favorite of all time was red. Deep
down inside, I want to be a redhead so badly. I have wanted that my entire life.
This is my natural hair color I haven’t colored it for probably a few
years now. If I play in the sun enough it actually pulls a little bit red, but I,
alas, I’m not a redhead. But today that changes; we are going to make new redhead.
So like I mentioned, I have actually colored my hair red in the past. When my
hair was red, I could not take a shower without it bleeding out a little bit, and
I think that’s a pretty typical experience for most people who are not
natural redheads. But there is one way to get red hair and have it not fade over
time and that way is coloring your hair with henna. It is considered probably one
of the most permanent colors you can color your hair, and that’s actually
exactly why I wanted to give it a try. I want the red hair back, but I don’t
want it to fade. That’s where henna comes in. For those
of you who don’t know, henna is literally just ground-up leaves.
Henna comes from the plant called “lawsonia inermis”. I’m probably butchering that name, but that’s where it comes from. And it has been used for thousands of
years for body art, and to color your hair. It is not capable of lifting your
hair color. You will not be able to bleach your hair with henna. It can only
deposit color, so it essentially stains your hair. So you can’t be super, super
dark brown and color your hair with henna and be strawberry blonde; that’s
not really how it works. It can only deposit color, it can only stain your
hair color. But because of that, it’s actually a really healthy way to color
your hair. Anyway, I have never colored my hair with henna
before, so we are going to learn together Let’s get started! So the henna that
I’ll be using today is by Light Mountain Natural This is just in the color red
you can identify it because of the fox on the front. I personally got this henna
off of Amazon and I really like that, because it comes in a three pack for
like a grand total of about $15 I recently saw one package of
this particular henna brand at a health food store and it was going for like
$8 a package, so I think I got a pretty good deal. This particular brand
of henna is linked in the description bar below if you want to go check it out.
But no matter what kind of henna you’re using, no matter what brand, make sure you
read the ingredients label because you only want one ingredient in your henna
and that is pure henna This ingredient box only has “lawsonia inermis” in it
which is pure henna leaf powder that is exactly what you want if you are
coloring your hair with just henna Light Mountain Natural actually makes henna
blends, so depending on which box you pick up from this particular company, you
might notice that it has henna in it, as well as “indigo” or “cassia,” all of which
are completely natural dyes that are just prominent in nature, and have been
used for thousands of years to dye clothing, and skin, and hair. But in this
case, because I’m wanting a red I just want henna. And of course no matter what henna you’re using make sure you read the instructions. Instead of water as the mixing medium, I will actually be using tea. This is because
tea has a lower pH — it’s a little bit more acidic — and because it does have a
lower pH than pure distilled water, it will actually give your hair a more
golden hue, versus a more burgundy hue. I’m going for the golden hair look, so
that’s exactly what I want but if you do want a more true red color, or even a
more burgundy or deep purplish tone, I’ve linked a couple recipes in the
description bar below where you can figure out how to achieve that when
you’re mixing up your henna. I’m also squeezing the juice of a
whole lemon into my tea, just to add a bit more acidity, again for the golden
tones that I’m aiming for. Then, when I’m ready to go, I’m just going to mix my
henna with the tea that I brewed. The consistency that I was aiming for was
kind of a really thick pancake batter consistency, or like kind of stirred up
yogurt. And then when everything was all mixed together, I just covered it with
some saran wrap, and pressed it against the surface of the henna mixture, so that
way, no moisture could escape. In order to activate and actually dye your hair,
henna has to kind of sit and basically cure for a couple hours. I let my bowl
sit for about three or four hours. Once it was done, I actually went upstairs and
grabbed a little bit of leftover hair from my hairbrush and just applied the
henna to it and wrapped it in a bit of saran wrap, just to see kind of what
color I was gonna end up with. I let that sit in a warm place for another two and
a half or three hours, and rinsed it out. I was pretty happy with the color that I
was gonna be getting from my strand test so I went ahead and started to get my
battle station ready. I laid down towels everywhere, because henna is notoriously messy, and this particular henna recommended you apply it on clean, towel
dried hair, so I took a shower, I shampooed my hair, and I dried it just
a little bit. I sectioned my hair off and I applied some lotion to my hairline and
around my ears and on my neck, so that way, the henna wouldn’t stain my skin in
those areas. And then I just started painting it on. Whenever I dye my hair, I like to focus on the roots because I find that roots
are kind of the hardest spot to get for me So I started with the hardest spot
which was basically at the nape of my neck. Little by little, I took tiny sections and painted the roots for just a couple
inches or so down the length of my hair, and basically repeated that process all
over my head. It’s kind of hard to describe, so I just recommend watching this bit. When my roots were all don,e I was not
about to paint the entire length of my hair with that little brush, so I just
put on some gloves and I went to town, literally plopping it on the length of
my hair, and running it through with my fingertips. It was much faster this way,
and I recommend doing it that way. With the leftover henna that was left in
the bowl, I kind of massaged it through my hair just to make sure everything was
really, super saturated. Then I wrapped my hair up on top of my head with a bit of
saran wrap, wrapped it up in a towel, and I actually just went to bed, making sure
that my pillow was covered with a towel beforehand, just in case I had any
accidents. All right, so it is 10:30 in the morning now. I started the dyeing
process at about 9:30 last night and then I just went to bed. I tried to sleep
on it, but it was so heavy and awkward on my head — I ended up getting a
lot of neck pain as I was trying to sleep throughout the night, so I got up
and took a shower and rinsed everything out at about 12:30 or 1:00 o’clock in
the morning. So the henna was sitting on my head in my hair completely saturating
it for about three to four hours. Which is plenty long enough to get color
payout. So this is the color that I ended up with after about eight or nine
hours later. The funny thing about henna is that the full, true color of the henna
itself and how it will stain your hair doesn’t actually start to appear for at
least a couple days after you dye it. so So even right now, it’s a little bit orange
in spots, particularly up by my scalp because I’m sure my scalp got stained a
little bit. The skin staining will fade after a few days, and at the same time,
the color will develop an even deeper color. So like I said, this is a few hours
after the dyeing process this is the color that I’ve ended up with so far.
We’re gonna check in in a couple days and see what the color looks like then. Okay, so this is a couple days after I have colored my hair. You can see that my
roots are a little bit oily; I have not actually washed it with shampoo since
I’ve colored it. I have taken showers since I’ve colored it, I’ve rinsed
everything out with a little bit of conditioner, and some just warm water but
I haven’t actually washed it with soap yet, just because I wanted to make sure
that the color was settling as it should. I’ll probably actually take a shower
tonight with shampoo and we’ll see how the color payout is tomorrow, but so far,
I’m actually really really happy with the color payout. I love the color I have
gotten so far and roots are definitely a lot less orange
which is fantastic. I even colored my eyebrows a little bit which might look a
little bit orange because I actually did them a day after I henna’d my hair, so
there’s still a little bit more orange here than there is compared to my scalp. But now my eyebrows match my hair so I’m happy with that We’ll probably do one
more update once I wash my hair so we can kind of compare colors once
everything is complete, but this is after three days of not washing it, after henna-ing it, and this is the color payoff. Okay, so I think this is the final update for
my hair this is what it looks like after I didn’t wash it yesterday but the day
before yesterday so it has been shampooed, my scalp is no longer a weird
orange color, and I honestly really, really like the color that I’ve ended up
with. It’s a lot warmer, but it still looks pretty natural. I’ve noticed barely
any bleeding in the shower at all, I think what I have noticed is just a
little bit coming out when I was like shampooing it out for the first time and
I haven’t noticed it since which is amazing. My hair finally smells a little
bit more neutral; something that I didn’t expect when dyeing my hair with henna
was that it smelled a little bit like a barn for a little bit. It now no longer
smells like a barn, which is amazing. Yeah, so this has been my henna experience, my
first time dyeing my hair with henna. Like I said I’m really happy with the
results! You guys can feel free to follow me on my vlog channel, which is linked in
the upper right-hand corner, and also in the description bar below, if you kind of
want to see the updates and how it looks from here on out in a more candid kind
of way. Be sure to check out all of the resources that I provided in the
description bar below if you want to also dye your hair with henna I’ve
linked the Amazon link where I purchased the henna that I used Really, really happy with it so I hope you guys will be as well. I hope you guys enjoyed this
video and I will see you next time! Bye!


  • Reply Caty Culp August 26, 2018 at 7:12 pm

    Hey guys! First of all, I'm SO happy that so many of you found this video helpful! Second of all, there are more videos like this to come, so if you haven't subscribed already, feel free to do so! ❤️ If you're curious about my day-to-day life as well, I invite you to come on over to my vlog channel and hang out! Things are about to be changing like crazy in my personal life (moving, new jobs, and just a fresh chapter in my life), so those vlogs are going to be a roller coaster for sure. You can check out the vlog channel here:

    Happy henna-ing!


  • Reply gxbz gxbz May 29, 2019 at 12:31 am

    Is it good for bleached blonde hair?

  • Reply بتول المروعي May 30, 2019 at 1:40 am

    Henna is treatment not just color most arab uesing henna every week or every month

  • Reply K z May 30, 2019 at 1:43 pm

    I’m a pro hair stylist and I’m very impressed with your strand test idea off the hairbrush, instead of testing a patch on the persons head or cutting a small sample from their hair like we are told to do ?‍♀️Anyways so simple but what a Great idea girl! ??? PS YOU LOOk FAB AS A REDHEAD!! ❤️

  • Reply Juanis May 30, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    That color is absolutely gorgeous. It looks so good on you. I just wish you had mentioned something about the health of your hair since some say it strengthens your hair. Did it feel different to you?

  • Reply Raphaella Viola June 1, 2019 at 1:18 am

    so my hair is purple/burgundy rn lol any idea what that would look like?

  • Reply April ؛ June 5, 2019 at 1:27 pm

    Arab women use henna because it is healthy for hair I love you from Jordan ⁦♥️⁩⁦??⁩

  • Reply Hai! June 12, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    You look like you're a natural redhead

  • Reply Alyssa Tappa June 13, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    I have the same natural hair color as you and want this color so badly. How much water did you use and how many tea bags did you use?? Thanks!

  • Reply henryssurfshowcase June 17, 2019 at 7:41 pm

    Color is very good, the light red looks great and natural on you!

  • Reply Anne Torres June 21, 2019 at 9:50 pm

    looks so good on you!!

  • Reply S Schiavo June 29, 2019 at 2:54 pm

    Did you just remove the henna in the shower? Hasn't that stained your bathtub?… thanks

  • Reply basma alattas July 1, 2019 at 6:59 pm

    Hello .. I really liked the color of your hair,, and am happy that you are using henna it is soooo healthy.

    Anyway, my grandma is from Yemen which uses the henna as a main dey and treatment thing from ages. My grandma had always said henne is preferred to be applied at day time and never sleep with henna as it becomes so cold around the head.

    Also it is advised to add some yogurt/coconut milk to the mixture to avoid the dryness. if you need treatment only without color you may add oil but it will not be colored as the oil will prevent the process.

  • Reply Heather B July 3, 2019 at 1:19 am

    I used henna in the past and loved the results. If you want an even bigger pop of red, add natural hibiscus tea to it or add the hibiscus powder right to the henna. It is amazing and the red is over the top!

  • Reply WiseFool July 4, 2019 at 4:00 am

    I have dyed my hair with plain henna for years with no problems and loved it and I tried this kind of boxed henna dye once and it dried my hair out so bad and the color faded really fast. I'm not going to use boxed henna dyes again. I'll just stick to natural henna.

  • Reply sarah timmerman July 4, 2019 at 4:00 am

    I loove bring a redhead (not natural) ihave an awesome shade of red under tones so i usually just do a color stripping — not lightener and non bleach– and then do the henna like every 6 months to a year

  • Reply momma1208 July 9, 2019 at 2:07 am

    The color looks so rich and natural!! You look stunning!!

  • Reply Kharmoozah Moozza July 10, 2019 at 2:10 am

    ماعمري حطيت حنا ودي اجربه بس خايفه من اللون

  • Reply Kylah July 10, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    I wish my hair reacted to henna this way, what a gorgeous colour! Henna always turns out burgundy on my hair. No orange, just very deep burgundy. Is there a trick to avoid that and be sure to get ginger results, or is it just personal chemistry that determines it?

  • Reply By Felecia July 13, 2019 at 3:16 am

    Don’t ever put henna in your hair!!!!! If you ever try to bleach after using henna it will make your hair fall off

  • Reply Reva FoSho July 21, 2019 at 5:45 am

    The final color looks soooo lovely on you! Thank you for sharing the process for those of us who are curious about henna.

  • Reply Mr SKRAILE July 24, 2019 at 1:52 pm


  • Reply Ayşe Şahintürk July 27, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    Gözlerinin rengi harika, bayıldım 🙂

  • Reply love _bozz July 31, 2019 at 12:12 am

    It's so funny when she using latex gloves even though it isn't Bleach

  • Reply Taha Mohiuddin August 4, 2019 at 7:18 am

    Do you have to use a brush?

  • Reply Emily Emily August 4, 2019 at 11:49 am


  • Reply Jocelyn August 5, 2019 at 3:16 pm

    This video was super super helpful thank you?

  • Reply Mellisuga Helenae August 8, 2019 at 8:36 pm

    Never change your color again. Red is so soft, warm, feminin and just beautiful

  • Reply Sonia Ynclan August 9, 2019 at 1:02 am

    It turned out beautiful! I wonder if it's ok to use henna on dyed and semi bleached hair? I'll have to Google it.

  • Reply Alina Lehtonen August 10, 2019 at 7:04 am

    Thank you for the video and the tip of covering surfaces with towels. It wass less messy. I also used a disposable raincoat over the sink 🙂

  • Reply Life Family Adventure August 11, 2019 at 10:38 pm

    I am so glad I found your video. My brown is similar to yours and this is the same henna I purchased on Amazon. Your result is what I’m going for. Thank you!!

  • Reply Celeste Thompson August 12, 2019 at 6:03 am

    Wow that colour pay off is beautiful and your eyebrows done as well make you look like a natural born red head wow

  • Reply Magaly Gonzales August 13, 2019 at 12:26 am

    Does it fade into your natural hair colour?

  • Reply FJ music August 13, 2019 at 12:14 pm

    First bleach your hairs….
    The apply henna for 2 hours…
    It will give you four type of shades… orange,red,golden and brown at same time…
    I have 4 years of experience and everybody has admired my haircolor….

  • Reply ꧁Spiritueli꧂ August 14, 2019 at 10:31 am

    Amazing recepie and instructions … Ladies, be smart, avoid hair dressers and their invasive hair products, even invasive hair colours mainstream is pushing /conditioning you to buy from the store … I thought they knew better, and I went to hairdressers for long time, only now to have greyed out areas of my hair and weak hair on these same spots, the spots exactly where the hairdressers were most using for hair coloring and highlights, and waves. Mind you, those were so called proffesional hairdressers, who advised me against coloring my hair at home, dyi henna. My hair are naturally strong and shiny and long and beautiful, and those hairdressers ruined them … Be smart, and save a ton of money, and dyi henna at home, and avoid hair dressers at all costs.

  • Reply Eman Name August 16, 2019 at 10:53 pm

    Amazing is now the most annoying cliché ever..

  • Reply Shah Jackson August 18, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    why is the titel in french and the content is in english ?

  • Reply FlyAwayForever August 18, 2019 at 11:37 pm

    I just have a question. ..if I dye mi hair red for example and the next color that I want Is black to say a color…is it possible to change between colors with this product? Obviously henna colors.

  • Reply Through the Telescope! August 19, 2019 at 12:09 pm

    I love how it’s a mix of dark brown( like a deep chocolate)brown and ginger.

    This is the color I like and want

  • Reply Karra Varney August 19, 2019 at 1:19 pm

    You are adorable. I enjoyed this video and you explained things so perfectly. Love the color

  • Reply Tracyjane Taylor August 21, 2019 at 8:54 am

    The henna colour looks great!

  • Reply Emma Cullen August 22, 2019 at 1:17 am

    What tea did you use?

  • Reply A August 22, 2019 at 1:37 am

    Henna will never come out

  • Reply lillian mbaserah August 22, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    The colour shows more when you're in the sun.

  • Reply xWinterWolfx7 August 24, 2019 at 9:50 am

    I'm actually really considering henna dye for my hair but I'm honestly kinda scared since my last experience with henna wasn't so good. I got a temporary tattoo with henna ink and I was apparently having an allergic reaction to it (it hurt while i was getting it but I thought it was natural for the ink to sting a little since it lasts twice as long as a regular temporary tattoo and looks more real) well after about 3 weeks it faded a bit and i had a red rash in the shape of my tattoo for another week :T…i love that henna is natural and looks so good after but like..i dunno if henna tattoo ink and hair dye are different or not and i really want a dye that wouldn't dry out my hair (since my hair is naturally dry 😀 According to a cosmetologist, dermatologist, and an optometrist my skin and tear ducts are also dry 😀 and according to some people my sense of humor is pretty dry too XD)

  • Reply vishal singh August 24, 2019 at 3:28 pm

    Best henna is Indian rajasthani henna

  • Reply Saya31630 August 25, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    It sucks, your way of putting henna, there is so much more simple and effective.

  • Reply d a m a r i s August 26, 2019 at 5:42 pm

    Girl.. You have the greenest eyes I've ever seen

  • Reply Kachina Aimee August 27, 2019 at 7:18 am

    I used the same brand and dyed my hair in March and it’s now still in my hair 6 months later!! How long did your colour last ?

  • Reply Sophie xx August 30, 2019 at 9:20 pm

    so I died my hair from light red to burgundy and I putted a bit of dark brown so now my hair is dark brown and on light it's red so I am such a loser

  • Reply Réka Páll August 31, 2019 at 3:41 pm

    Smells like a barn? My favourite. XD <3

  • Reply Audrey Muller September 3, 2019 at 3:07 pm

    Henna is a big commitment. Do your research before you use. I will never use henna again.

  • Reply Michael Daniels September 4, 2019 at 6:11 pm

    I would love to give henna dying a try, but I would have to dye my beard as well.

  • Reply Joy Rae September 4, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    Thank you for posting this, it helped my first go with henna to be seamless! And I just watched it again as a refresher since it had been awhile since I last used henna on my hair. Much appreciated!!

  • Reply Rouh Allah AlShelh روح الله آل شلح September 5, 2019 at 10:52 am

    I just applied henna to my hair. It looks like I butchered someone in the bathroom ?

  • Reply Dee Dva Hayes September 7, 2019 at 12:47 am

    Definitely trying this I’m trying to get away from dye

  • Reply Brianna Gibson September 8, 2019 at 12:27 am

    How long does the color last?

  • Reply M. Bello September 8, 2019 at 11:30 pm

    Hmmm; you made your hair results in the main photo for this video appear much lighter :/

  • Reply Icephoenix95 September 10, 2019 at 8:47 pm

    I love so much your very intense green eyes <3

  • Reply Lina El September 12, 2019 at 11:40 am

    When I dyed my hair with henna I only only left in in for about half an hour and i looked like i was arielle or something. It was so intense that i even washed it with shampoo directly after (which you are not supposed to do), so i don't think you need to leave it in overnight like some people say. It really depends on your hair structure and natural hair color how well your hair will take the color. I used the one from Khadi btw

  • Reply Izzzybitsy September 14, 2019 at 11:31 pm

    And you decided to wear white 🙂

  • Reply emma claire September 15, 2019 at 12:56 am

    Off topic but your glasses frame your face so well!!

  • Reply Andre Demetrio September 15, 2019 at 1:07 am

    Any color fits that beautiful figure!

  • Reply Anonymous ! September 15, 2019 at 9:38 pm

    Your eyes are insane!

  • Reply Robin Anne September 15, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    Your color turned out beautiful!!! I've experimented extensively with henna and wanted to give you a couple of tips… as your hair grows you will absolutely have to touch up the new growth. I'm begging you… do NOT keep doing your length over and over and over. Only maintain your new growth. Henna will eventually start building up just like hair dye does. It will just keep darkening and darkening and darkening and you really dont want that. The red will just keep getting more and more rich til it's a dark brown with the red highlights. Second tip, for a bit easier application make the henna less mud-like by using more water/tea/ liquid. And on the same note, for a more subtle color and less absorption use a creamy buttery conditioner that does NOT contain any silicones (I used equal amounts of henna to conditioner). The henna doesnt penetrate the hair shaft as much. Dont get me wrong, it still works just fine but I definitely noticed a difference. It also does a little (very little, but some nonetheless) to alleviate that hay smell and alleviates the dryness that some people experience from using henna. I hope you continue to enjoy your beautiful red.

  • Reply Robin Anne September 15, 2019 at 10:09 pm

    I've noticed a lot of people warning others of dyeing or bleaching over the henna. Most of them are absolutely correct. It can be very very dangerous. (THIS PART IS MY OWN EXPERIENCE ONLY. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO COLOR OR BLEACH WITHOUT DOING A SMALL TEST AREA FIRST. EVERYONE'S HAIR IS DIFFERENT. EVERYONE DOES OTHER THINGS TO THEIR HAIR AND USE OTHER PRODUCTS THAT I DONT USE) But I have used Light Mountain henna and successfully dyed over the top of it. Light Mountains henna is pure and does not contain additives or metallic salts that are what causes the adverse reactions. Same with the henna blocks from LUSH. Bleaching it out was kinda sketchy… when I used pure red henna the bleach produced a pink that was hideous. I used a henna that had indigo in it which turned a sickly green. As far as dyeing over the top it can also do the same thing. All dyes lift color before depositing color so you will be at risk for getting the same pink/green chemical reactions as using bleach. Not to mention that the hair dyes also sometimes contain the metallic salts that will react with the henna and cause your hair to burn or smoke or break off. It's not something to mess around with folks. Henna is a deep deep commitment. But I didnt want you to think it is totally hopeless to try to correct it. I have done it 4 or 5 times now with success. I do beg you to be very very careful.

  • Reply Dave Brownburg September 16, 2019 at 3:11 pm

    You really did a good job on this video. There are hair care products with harsh chemicals which cause major skin damage. Some men who have colored their beards have had their face burned![Google Just for Men law suite]
    I have had a similar experience with that product. Henna is safe – thank goodness! I tried it and it does work for men's hair and beards. Some manufacturers suggest cider vinegar as an additive as well. Your hair looks great – thanks for making the video.

  • Reply Ilsa Cunha September 19, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    I love you! Thank you!

  • Reply Julz Alta September 22, 2019 at 3:58 pm

    This color is stunning on you.

  • Reply Nikki Thomson September 23, 2019 at 8:58 pm

    I me name s Nikki Thomson I like your ht s good to watching your YouTube video ht s good to watching your YouTube video ht s good to watching your YouTube video from Nikki Thomson xxxx ??❤️?????????⭐️✨

  • Reply Diana Stamos September 24, 2019 at 7:10 am

    What kind of tea did you use? Will any tea work? And how long did you leave the henna on your eyebrows? I’m so scared to mess up my eyebrows ?

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  • Reply Live life with passion September 27, 2019 at 1:22 pm

    You are so beautiful lady dear (❤)Caty ..your eyes are so beautiful I wish my baby's eyes green colour eyes like you..

  • Reply Anne Torres September 29, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    dyeing a part from the hairbrush literally saved me from going strawberry blonde (natural color) to a deep black-purple (misleading color box). Thank u!!!

  • Reply Johanna S October 1, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    Your natural hair color is so much more beautifull on you?

    Henna isn't bad, but not as good as your own color wich really complements Your eyes and skin tone. It's also more chich.

    But its up to you what do you like the best❣️ beautifull anyways.

    Really good tip that testing the color!

  • Reply Anissa Dubos October 1, 2019 at 3:39 pm

    Merci pour les sous titres en français ?

  • Reply Kelleymarie Jones October 1, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    You look gorgeous as a redhead! Thank you for sharing this with us! Look for dye friendly shampoo to keep your beautiful color!♥️

  • Reply Jenny King October 3, 2019 at 10:47 am

    Anyone have any idea why henna doesn't work on my eyebrows? I get an amazing, vibrant, deep coppery red on my head, but on my brows all it leaves is a faint orange tint that disappears after a couple of days. My natural hair and brow colour is almost the same as Caty in the video. Any help would be much appreciated!

  • Reply احلام فتاه October 3, 2019 at 3:20 pm

    انا سعيد جدا قناتك في عربي بس اتمنا ترجمه عربي

  • Reply Mini Singh October 6, 2019 at 7:19 am

    Not very smart to wear a white top while applying henna!

  • Reply arnela bih October 10, 2019 at 12:32 am

    I need to tell this to my hairstylist but we already did the color

  • Reply Sean McMahon October 10, 2019 at 12:46 am

    Wow Cathy thanks for the info. I actually want to dye my moustache and beard with henna. Fyi you're gorgeous as a red head ! ?

  • Reply Fifi Jeyner October 11, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    Tq for sharing this, but i did it twice & my hair colour didn’t change at all. Why ? How ? Help me !

  • Reply JOSEPHINE LAGMAY October 12, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    This is beautiful..???

  • Reply honeyed faerie October 15, 2019 at 4:54 pm

    it looks so gorgeous and natural on you!

  • Reply Shonee Johnson October 18, 2019 at 6:24 pm

    Does it matter what kind of tea?

  • Reply Sorcerer Vaati64 October 19, 2019 at 9:35 am

    Im now applying henna mixed with yogurt and lemon for my hair. It helps my dry and frizzy hair and with lemon it battles dandruff

  • Reply Cyrine Ouhibi October 19, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    Is that good if I hade color my hair

  • Reply Nova KESIN October 19, 2019 at 6:26 pm

    Um well I’m Muslim but my mom and grandmas and aunt do this it’s like our tradition and yep

  • Reply TheDurber08 October 20, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    How long did you leave it on your eyebrows?

  • Reply movies October 26, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    whats that it look like shit ?????

  • Reply happyyuk October 26, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    Tbh, the results of the chemical dyes also take a good few days to saturate.

  • Reply Abundantlyblessed October 27, 2019 at 9:34 pm

    Thank you so much, i order a lot from Amazon and i will definitely be ordering that kit, it will be my first time using henna , i just dont want to use anothet chemical hair coloring as i fear it may have contributed some to my slight hair loss ( i was losing a bit more each time i washed it but have been taking hair vitamins which i believe had slowed it down) I have a question: if you use tea is there a particular brand or just any kind of tea? Also how long does the color last (through how many shampoos)? BTW that color looks so good on you, great job!

  • Reply Emma Leyva October 29, 2019 at 3:47 pm

    I loved my red hair too.

  • Reply Twin powers October 30, 2019 at 4:53 am

    Thank you for saying color instead of dye as a hairstylist it kills me to hear ppl say dye

  • Reply Tethis Nomf November 2, 2019 at 9:05 am

    I'm not sure why people sleep on Henna! it's messy and unnecessary, 1 hour or 2 would give the same result, You add Lemon which makes the color stronger, color is permanent and doesn't fade away, Also you can add yogurt and water and nothing else, You don't have to wait after mixing Henna with warm water.

  • Reply doctor for youtubers November 2, 2019 at 12:59 pm

    I just take the leave give it to my mom she makes me the liquid and I just take it and apply it with my hand like I do with shampoo

  • Reply suhails mom November 4, 2019 at 5:59 pm

    Thank you for this video. I am going to color my hair and your video was amazing.

  • Reply Bettina Østrup November 7, 2019 at 12:44 pm

    Finally a Real henna video, thank you. Been using henna for 15 years +

    I do a base of redclover tea, sometimes i add rosemary. 1,5 hours is enough for me to have a deep red result

  • Reply ktearose November 7, 2019 at 10:30 pm

    Great review! I loved how you continued to update the results. Light mountain is great,I e used it twice now one Auburn and once with bright red both were beautiful I think using the different colors a couple months apart gave it some more depth. The only thing I did differently was use a hair dryer to warm it up once applied and covered. I'll try the tea idea next time.

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