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So it's henna, which is probably a no-go for you, TA, but I don't think you're going to be missing much, as the application process is akin to dumping liquid Sharpie all over your head, *plus* it's done on wet hair, which makes it impossible to tell if application is even. I'm mildly terrified of the results (which I will have in another 45 minutes or so), but if the color is decent it may get me back to actual BAQ henna -- I'll just have to try the tub-soak-n-swish rinse method to see if I can circumvent the neck strain..."
Originally Posted by CurlyToast
CurlyToast, you've got me LMAO with that bolded comment above!
SO, what happened after the 45 minutes was up...d
id it work for you???

Henna is such a process especially when I only color my hairline (face framing) the majority of times...only when I NEED to, do I do the whole head. So it sounds like any of these henna types aren't going to do the trick for me (or you). DARN! I was REALLY hoping to find an answer in these types of products, but I guess it's PPD and a lot of detoxing...UGH!

Victoria Regia...thank you so much for your input!!!
2c/3a Currently looking like Marc Bolan's
NO Parabens, No SLS, No Cones please!