This is a beautiful natural deep brown color without red, which I also use in combination with henna-brownie-medium brown. The topping is anise that also has medicinal properties. If you use henna indigo, the color becomes deep dark brown. It may be that the color is a bit greenish at the onset of the hair but that disappears by itself. Some customers walk out the door with green hair knowing that the end result is great. See the pictures.
That is explained in 4 steps. Make sure that the pasta, after you have diluted it with hot water, keeps warm for example on a tea light. After inserting the color, keeping it warm by means of a heat cap the exposure time determines the final color result. If you would like the color to be even more covert than repeat the treatment after 1 week. After coloring, lightly wash the hair with a mild shampoo and then do not wash the hair for 2 days for the ultimate color effect.
If you want to keep up with the color, you can use Henna Eden Brown shampoo once a week.
Henna Dark Brown is made from, among other things, walnut, juniper, blackberry and grape leaves.
Weight around 60 grams.