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How To Make ARQ For Nails? OR How To Make Henna Nail Paint? OR How To Make Nail Mehndi?

Remove existing nail polish a day or two before applying arq or henna nail paint. Remember to stir the paste each time you use it. THINGS YOU NEED: ½ cup (130 ml) boiled spring -or distilled water, cooled to warm ½ teaspoon (2.5 g) uncolored, neutral henna powder 1 teaspoon (5 ml) plain organic yogurt… Read More »

Does Henna Change Hair Texture?

Yes, henna changes hair texture. Henna makes hair texture coarse, smooth and straight. Since henna coats the hair and binds with the kertain that makes up the hair strand, the coating rounds out the hair shaft a bit thus making it straighter. However after a few washes hair comes back to normal. Please follow and… Read More »

Is Henna Good For Your Skin?

Yes, natural henna is good for your skin. One of the major health benefits of henna is as a sun screen. During the summer, hundreds of people are tattooed with henna paste at fairs, festivals, traditional celebrations and more. Whilst out in the sun the area hennaed neither tanned nor does it show any sun-contact… Read More »

Is Henna A Protein Treatment?

Henna is like a protein treatment. It bonds to the hair, fills in any gaps in the hair cuticle, and adds a second layer of strength. The lawsone (dye) of the henna penetrates the hair shaft and bonds to the keratin in the hair. Remember, hair is made up of keratin protein. As the dye… Read More »

What Is Henna Used For? OR Uses Of Henna OR Why Is Henna Used? OR Why Henna?

Henna is used for many purposes and in many fields. Below we discuss the uses of henna in 3 main fields: USES OF HENNA IN INDUSTRY Following are the uses of henna in industry: Henna has been used widely in the production of leather goods. It is used to decorate drum skins, general dying of… Read More »