I didn't realize I can do brown - I def. don't want red. Does it cover grays well? Is it conditioning or just ... color? And isn't it protein?
Originally Posted by LilaGirl
Hi darla!

It's supposed to cover really well. It's color, and some use it as a treatment for the hair. It's made from a plant, so I don't think it's a protein. Not totally sure. Some hennahead needs to chime in. For more info:
Henna for Hair

I'm confused - she says to use less humectants in lower dews and humectants are honey glycerin and panthenol - which makes sense, but then she says in low dews she uses a softer-hold gel like AO b5 which is all humectants?!
Originally Posted by LilaGirl
You are correct about the AOb5--not good for very low dews. I'm not particularly sensitive to humectants. I think I was using that in the spring too... which would make it low dew points, but perhaps above 30ish. They are not hard and fast rules, just guidelines.

Camille Rose Aloe whipped hair gel

Aloe Vera Gel, Distilled water, Macadamia Oil, Avocado, Jojoba, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor, Green Tea, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Panthenol, Algae, Optiphen, Natural Fragrance.
Originally Posted by LIlaGirl
Where is there protein in here? Correct me if I'm wrong but I don't see any. :P

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