Henna Hair Dye

Great News! People are changing the way they dye their hair and beards - It is called "henna hair dye", it has been used for thousands of years and is becoming much more popular, growing as much as 900% in the past 10 years.

Henna hair dye is safe for the environment and safe for you and animals. It grows in India, Yemen, Pakistan, Egypt and Some parts of China.
It is permanent and looks natural, with no side effects.

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Henna Hair Dye - Everything You Need To Know

Henna hair dye has been around longer than the turn of the century. It is a safe alternative to chemical hair dye for men and women on all areas that hair grows. Henna is mainly grown from plants in India, Egypt, China, Pakistan and Yemen. It is 100% Natural and most people that are allergic to chemical hair dyes have no allergic reaction to henna hair dye. We hear endless stories of people having an allergic reaction to chemical hair dyes and trips to the emergency room.

How does Henna Hair Dye Hair Dye Work?

Henna hair dye actually bonds to the protein of the hair, rather than kill it and alter the color. This a great way to condition your hair as it blocks UV rays, makes hair thicker, shinier and helps rid split ends.
It almost works like wax does to a car. The only down fall is you cannot go "lighter" or lighten your hair.  You can use henna hair dye as often as you like. If you are using a shade of brown,  you will want to do root touch up as your roots natural color grows back in. If you do your whole head with brown over and over it will get darker and darker. You can mix any of the colors together to get any color. Most natural hair dyes may stain the skin, but it will ONLY be for a few hours or maybe overnight. Your face naturally produces oil so it will not last on the face very long at all.  You can use it to dye your eyebrows, sideburns, facial hair, head and "down below".  It is a safe effective alternative to chemicals. Only mix with water unless you are using pure henna or reds. Reds and pure henna can be mixed with Shelly oil and a fresh squeezed lemon to bring out reds. Using oils or lemon in browns, blacks,  can cause the indigo to strip or not attach to the hair. Using oils will cause them to fade or lighten much faster over time as well.

Henna hair dye works best when it is fresh and packaged correctly. Some vendors offer resealable pouches but they are not double sealed. In most countries like India, henna is only harvested once yearly in October. This is why it is so important to remove the air from the package and to also prevent harmful UV rays from penetrating the package, ultimately giving it a longer shelf life.

Henna and fresh indigo have been used since the Early Dynasty Period era 4500 years ago.

Misuse of the word “Henna Hair Dye”

Most vendors simply call it henna hair dye because in most cases all colors have “some” amount of henna in it. Pure henna hair dye is one color – “natural orange”. Pure Indigo is added in varying amounts to Pure henna (along with clays and other plants) to achieve varying shades, from natural orange to jet black.


No Chemicals Means It Will Not Go Lighter

Henna hair dye will only go equal or darker to the color you have... reviving, highlighting, enhancing or darkening your natural color. If you are looking for blond, sorry this is not for you.  Henna hair dye will leave your hair so soft and shiny you will fall in love the first time. You need to follow manufacturer's instructions to learn how long you have to leave it in to get great results. Some manufacturers require as long as 3 hours or even overnight. Pioneers like Rod Harper, (founder of EarthDye™) have figured out a way to get great results in as little as 10 minutes without any additives. Henna hair dye is a permanent natural hair dye that will grow out and fade over time depending on which vendor you purchase from.

How Long Should I Wait To Do Henna After Using Chemicals?

"If you have chemically dyed or altered your hair, used hair relaxer or other products with similar chemicals you will need to wait 1-2 weeks before using henna hair dye." Not always the case says Rod Harper of EarthDye. You can strand test your hair to determine this. During a strand test, you will notice if the henna bonds with the proteins of your hair. EarthDye is one of the only henna hair dyes on the market that you can put on immediately after using chemical hair dye containing ammonia or bleach. The majority of people selling henna hair dye will tell you to wait at least 2 weeks. This is partially because alot of companys that claim to be all natural or actually adding small amounts of chemical color to their dye. Unfortunately, this is not that uncommon.
That is the difference of natural and REALLY natural.


Henna Hair Dye Is Safe

Henna hair dye is safe, inexpensive and reliable. Most importantly, it is an extremely healthy choice for you, your hair and the environment. The first time you use it, it may be a bit awkward. However, once you get used to it you will never return to chemical hair dye! Your hair will thank you for it and people will notice the difference. Its a win, win!

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Last updated February 19th, 2018

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