You can dye your hair in a variety of ways, from getting it done at a salon, from a box at home, or through a temporary color spray.
Traditional hair dyes, however, can contain potentially toxic and damaging chemicals like ammonia or parabens.
One way to avoid these chemicals is through natural hair dyes,
which often use ingredients you might already have at home.
Henna is a natural plant-based dye that’s traditionally used to create temporary tattoos directly on the skin.
It can also be used to dye your hair red.
Henna comes in powder form and is probably the longest-lasting,
most vibrant natural hair dye option.
The color can last as long as four to six weeks.
To use henna to dye your hair:
Mix about 1/2 cup of henna with 1/4 cup of water.
Stir the mixture until it’s completely combined and feels like the consistency of mashed potatoes,
adding more water if necessary.
Cover the mixture with plastic wrap, and let it sit for about 12 hours.
(You may need to add more water after the 12 hours so that it can be applied to your hair.)
Wash your hair without conditioning it.
Wear a headband and apply an oil like coconut oil along your hairline.
This is so the henna won’t stain your skin.
Apply the paste mixture to small sections of your combed,
damp hair until all of your hair is covered.
Wrap your hair in plastic and let the color develop at least two hours (and up to six) before washing it out.
Harvest method: manual
*Dried leafs : Carton – 8 Kgr
*Powder : Sack – 30 Kgr
Refrence: Azil Organic