Every woman is an actress at heart, her nature requires a constant change of role. That is why ladies change their image so often. Hair coloring allows you to constantly experiment on yourself. There is also a downside to the coin: dye undoubtedly spoils hair. You can dye the strands black with basma without harming them.
Basma is an environmentally friendly paint. It is obtained from the dried leaves of the indigo plant that grows in the tropics. Basma is usually used along with coffee or henna, as the pure one dyes the hair green-blue. Basma has beneficial properties, it stimulates hair growth, adds shine, and also strengthens the structure. It is necessary to prepare basma before applying it to the hair, since it cannot be stored, because it can deteriorate.
Mix basma with henna. Use 30 to 100 g of powder depending on the length of your hair. If you mix henna with in equal proportions, then you will most likely get a chestnut color. To make your hair black, you need to mix basma with henna in a 2: 1 ratio. Then apply the resulting mixture to your hair. First of all, apply the dye to the back of the head, as it takes longer to dye the hair. Then spread the paint evenly over the entire length. To get a rich black color, soak the mixture on your hair for 1-2 hours.
Finally, rinse your hair thoroughly with warm water. Basma, unlike ordinary paint, is washed off faster from the hair, so you should carefully look after them after dyeing. First of all, when washing, use shampoos containing gentle ingredients, as well as balms of the same properties. To maintain a rich shade, rinse your hair with the following solution after washing. Pour 1.5 liters of boiling water with 25 g of henna and 25 g of basma. Next, cool the solution and strain it. This will preserve the color of your hair for a long time, as well as strengthen the structure and roots. Do not forget that after dyeing with natural ingredients, it is not recommended to use chemical dyes, as the reaction can be unpredictable.