Basma is a plant-based natural dye that is considered ideal for dyeing hair in deep dark tones. This dye, used in combination with henna, is able to: improve the structure of the hair, strengthen the roots, eliminate dandruff, improve hair growth, and give it shine.
- - basma
- - henna
- - glassware
- - a brush for applying hair dye
To avoid getting the green color that basma dyes, apply it to cleanly washed, damp hair after the initial dyeing with henna or together with henna.
Take the necessary, depending on the length of the hair and the desired color, the amount of dry powder of basma and henna, varying in the range of 25-100 g.
The following ratios will help to dye your hair with basma and achieve the desired effect: the chestnut color will turn out after exposure to two dyes in equal parts, you will achieve a bronze shade after applying basma and henna in a ratio of 1 part of the first to 2 parts of the second paint and, on the contrary, 2 parts of basma in combination with 1 part of henna will give black hair.
In glass or porcelain dishes, rub the powder with hot water, heated red wine or strong infusion of hot black coffee with a wooden spoon. In order to evenly dye your hair with basma, add shampoo, glycerin or flaxseed decoction.
Lubricate the skin around the hairline with a greasy cream or petroleum jelly, which will help to avoid staining the streak on the face in a bright yellow difficult to wash off color. Apply the composition along the parting, first dry your hair slightly with a towel.
Dilute the remaining gruel by a third with hot water and apply to the ends of the hair, then wrap the hair in plastic wrap and wrap it with a terry towel on top to create a thermal effect.
To obtain light tones, keep the paint for 10 to 40 minutes, for dark tones - from 1 to one and a half hours. Then rinse your hair with warm water without using shampoo. Only after a day can the hair be rinsed with acidified water.