purple haze for all?

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glow worm
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purple haze for all?
So, if over time, with each additional henna, whether gloss or full strength.... if one was to continue overlaying of henna for say, years, would the result eventually reach the burgundy, plum, purple stage, regardless of starting, pre henna color?
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Re: purple haze for all?

Depending on the condition of your hair, yes. People who apply over chemically damaged hair, specifically bleached, most likely wont reach that dark of a color. Something about bleached hair causes it to stop absorbing dye at a dark auburn color that tends to have a lot of orange undertones.


This is why we constantly say once you get a color you want, stop doing your full head and do only your roots from then on.

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Re: purple haze for all?
Thanks ACWN for answering. That's sucha shame re: having to stop w/henna applications once color level is achieved. Henna is just so darn kind to hair. Wish my complexion looked nice w/ the burgundy/purples~sadly no. Okay, sigh.
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Re: purple haze for all?
The end color of multiple applications of henna is still henna, just a very saturated color of henna.  If you adore henna, you can certainly keep doing a full head of henna.  Depending on what your base color is, you'd be apt to get some very intense auburn. 
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