The Henna Guys
Wine Red Henna For Hair
Wine Red Henna
Give your hair a classy touch of wine with our wine red henna hair dye, made from all plant-based ingredients and no chemicals. Our hand selected ingredients work together to create an ideal ratio and pure formula for this rich color. To start the base, we use carefully selected henna and red clay, which make up the base of this color. Once all the other essential ingredients and herbs are added, the mixture is put through three cycles of sifting so that the impurities can be removed. Our formula will give you the desired results, without the use of any additives or harmful chemicals in it. The color is best to use on light to medium hair, or to add shine and enhance a similar hair color. The results will not be very effective on dark hair.
Ingredients and how they work:
- Henna (Lawsonia inermis)
This ingredient helps make base for this henna hair dye with its bright red hues. Other than its eye-catching color, henna helps condition and add shine to the hair, which leaves the end result of sleek and healthy hair.
- Red Clay
To add balance to the henna, we mix it with red clay, which also has deep red tones. This not only gives our henna hair dye a rich color, it also provides the hair with beneficial minerals. These minerals are essential and add cleansing power to the henna hair dye.
- Myrobalan (Terminalia bellirica)
To help create the wine red color, we need myrobalan’s natural faint yellow color. This herb gives us another natural ingredient to work around and manipulate the color we are trying to achieve, as well helping the end result to be brighter and the color to stand out more.
- Amla (Phyllanthus emblica)
A derivative of the Indian gooseberry, this herb will brighten your color and help keep it intact. It works wonders with its natural properties to help you achieve better color results and lock the color in.
- False Daisy (Eclipta alba)
Get an envious coat of shine in addition to the wine red hair color, thanks to the false daisy present in our formula.
- Neem (Azadirachta indica)
As the dye sits on your hair, neem works to go deep into the scalp to condition it along with the hair.
How to apply wine red henna?
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After using both the Wine Red and Deep Red henna I feel there's not much difference between the two, other than the Wine Red is a touch darker and with less of a copper tint than the Deep Red. The Wine Red is beautiful in sunlight and I get compliments on my hair all the time. I mix the Wine Red with hibiscus tea and add a splash of apple cider vinegar, and I've always had great results applying after mixing. I leave it in almost all day and I get a deep dark red color, almost exactly like red wine (my natural hair color is dark brown/aburn that was lightened with Sun-In before henna). Took off one star because like the Deep Red, the Wine Red henna bleeds quite a bit after showering two or three times, but I use towels that I don't mind getting stained. I also don't use the gloves that come in the package; I use small disposable nitrile gloves for a better fit and they don't tear.
I have tried various brands of henna products. This one is by far the best for color and longevity. Covers grays well. Even on my dark brown hair you can vividly see the wine red intertwined in my hair. Will continue to use this product as my go to for grays/color enhancement and coverage.
A friend uses the henna guys(burgundy) and she told me about this site when I asked her about her hair color. After looking through the colors I knew wine red was what I wanted. I rinsed it out half an hour ago and I'm in love. I will definitely be coming back for more!!
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