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Burgundy Mix Bundle

Item #: burgundy-bundle

Price: $11.99

  • Description

      Our Burgundy Mix is everything you need to create sensuous burgundy highlights and strengthen the hair all in one step. Hibiscus and henna work together to coat each hair strand by making the 'hibiscus tea' and add it to your henna powder, wait for dye release and 'VOILA!' Check out our HennaMe contest winner Y'londa's recipe to get some ideas on 'how-to'

  • Ingredients

      All bundles include a pair of disposable vinyl gloves and conditioning heat cap. Burgundy Mix also includes: The Burgundy Mix also comes with: 100 grams of Jamila 2010 BAQ Henna 100 grams of Organic Hibiscus flower

  • Tips For Use

      Y'londa's Recipe

      "For these results I used 100g of Jamila Summer Crop 2009, 4 bags of green tea, honey, coconut milk and 100g of hibiscus.

      First I mix my henna and tea and let it sit overnight for up to 12 hours. The next day I add honey an coconut milk. I boil the hibiscus with water and let it cool down for about an hour and add it to the mix. I place the complete henna on my head with plastic wrap and let it sit for about 4 hours. I rinse it out with a non sulfate shampoo and ready to go!"

      *note-shampooing henna'ed hair before henna oxidizes (which usually takes 24 hours) can cause the color to be less dramatic*



Our Burgundy Mix is everything you need to create sensuous burgundy highlights and strengthen the hair all in one step. Hibiscus and henna work together to coat each hair strand by making the 'hibiscus tea' and add it to your henna powder, wait for dye release and 'VOILA!' Check out our HennaMe contest winner Y'londa's recipe to get some ideas on 'how-to'


All bundles include a pair of disposable vinyl gloves and conditioning heat cap. Burgundy Mix also includes: The Burgundy Mix also comes with: 100 grams of Jamila 2010 BAQ Henna 100 grams of Organic Hibiscus flower


Y'londa's Recipe

"For these results I used 100g of Jamila Summer Crop 2009, 4 bags of green tea, honey, coconut milk and 100g of hibiscus.

First I mix my henna and tea and let it sit overnight for up to 12 hours. The next day I add honey an coconut milk. I boil the hibiscus with water and let it cool down for about an hour and add it to the mix. I place the complete henna on my head with plastic wrap and let it sit for about 4 hours. I rinse it out with a non sulfate shampoo and ready to go!"

*note-shampooing henna'ed hair before henna oxidizes (which usually takes 24 hours) can cause the color to be less dramatic*


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