Ancient Sunrise December newsletter

The December edition of our newsletter, Mehandi.com & Ancient Sunrise Monthly, is now available online at: http://www.mehandi.com/Articles.asp?ID=294.

This month's newsletter includes a coupon code for 50 percent off on our entire line of Spellstone buffalo horn combs and hair ornaments.

From our Ancient Sunrise Blog: 12 Ways to Prevent Hair Damage

"Human hair is a complex thing. Each strand consists of several layers which contribute to the structure, shape, and color of the hair. The outer layers are made of several tiny keratin scales (cuticles), which overlap like shingles. The core (cortex) of the hair strand consists of bundles of long, thin cells that contain melanin, the hair’s natural pigments. The hair also contains lipids, or fats, which balance moisture. Additional lipids are deposited onto the surface of the hair via the scalp’s sebaceous glands."

Coupon Codes PSA

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Coupon Codes PSA

All coupon codes provided by Mehandi.com will come directly from Mehandi and/or Mehandi's Social Media  accounts including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snap Chat, Pinterest, Henna Page Forums and our Ancient Sunrise and Becoming Moonlight blogs.  If one is provided with a coupon code from anyone that is not affiliated with Mehandi, TapDancing Lizard, Ancient Sunrise or Becoming Moonlight, it is not legit.  For any questions or concerns, please contact customer service at helpdesk@mehandi.com or 1-855-MEHANDI.

Multiple indigo applications

I have been using a 1:1 hendigo for years. Initially I would do my whole head, but more recently, I only do the roots (using rajasthani twilight and zekhara indigo).  I've decided to try going for a cooler brown and adding amla.  I am not sure whether to do only my roots, or apply to my whole head. I don't think it will be a dramatic difference, but I know amla darkens the color a little.

cherry cola on gray possible?

I've been using a hendigo mix (1: 2 ratio) on my almost all gray hair for years now.  I'm almost 60 years old and I think my hair is really too dark for my age.  Any suggestions for going lighter?  

Patti

can I skip the fruit acid for a henna gloss?

So after a LOT of experimenting with henna recipes, I finally now have a lovely (and nearly EVEN) copper auburn color,  from my gray roots to my ends,  even though my hair was previously dyed.   I use only Mehandi products.  I now use Twilight Henna/Amla on my mostly gray roots, mixed with distilled water and some aloe vera juice.   That gives me copper penny auburn results on my roots, once it oxidizes.  That's my goal color.  I do not put on the rest of my hair when I do my root touch ups.    

2018 Henna Page Calendar

The 2018 Henna Page Calendar has just been released.
It's a free download at http://www.hennapage.com/henna/calendar

Henna Science Experiments

I have a very complicated mix of situations for my first time henna experience. I have to match extensions. I have highlighted hair. I am very fair complected, blue eyes, dirty blonde (light brown hair) with hardly any grey except along hairline. My hair is curly/wavy- like not evenly spiral curls, just randomly curls. I crunch it to style it and never brush it or it frizzes.

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