Share your Hair Photos on the Henna for Hair Flickr group!

Henna For Hair has just started a new Flickr group for you all to post images of your gorgeous hair, like we used to do on the H4H Mixes page. Ideally this would include before & after and a short description of your method, but if you only have an after photo, that's okay too.

You do need to join Flickr in order to add your photo, but that's a pretty straightforward process. Here is the page:


Videos on YouTube

Now that we have shifted to this lovely new Forum I'm posting a reminder of the link to a few indigo videos on our YouTube channel devoted to Indigo Bodyart.

Here it is: Indigo Page YouTube channel

Ancient Sunrise Blog

If you have not discovered our blog yet, go to to read about mixes, tips, techniques, and even some science and history!

The latest article can be found here:

Feel free to post comments and questions on the blog!

Hair is going white

I've been an IT Programmer by profession in an online store that offers booster bath for dogs (which is an innovative bathtub for dogs whom owners will have an easy time washing

Revive henna?

I usually mix my henna with amla and water and then check for due release after able about 10 hours.

I had an emergency this morning and had to leave and I'm afraid by the time I get home I'll have missed dye release.

If I add some new henna to the mix, would that make it so I could use it and the already dye released henna would just be an inert 'pudding' that would stretch the amount of new henna?

Hopefully that made sense?

Thank you!

Effect of hotsprings/mineral/sulphur water on henna tattoos

Does anyone have any experience with submerging henna body art tattoos into hot springs?  I am having bridal henna done and stopping at a hotsprings along the way to our wedding destination.  I know chlorine will fade henna...any thoughts on sulphur/minerals in the natural pools?



pH question about water for mixing henna

Hi.  I've been curious about the pH of my filtered drinking water, so I bought pH testing drops ( "pH Perfect" brand).   After discovering that my filtered water is slightly alkaline (it tested at an 8) , I got curious and decided to test Dasani bottled water and also CVS brand distilled water.  Both the Dasani water and the distilled water tested at a 4, which is quite acidic. 

darkening hair question

Hi there -

For about a year, I've been using a cassia-henna-indigo with copperberry mixture to dye my gray roots. The proportions are:

100g Cassia + 2tsp henna with 25g copperberry
12 hour dye release over night
add 1/2 tsp indigo in AM
apply to wet hair for 3-4 hours "Deal of the Day" "Deal of the Day"


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