Indigo powder obtained from the plant Indigofera Tinctoria. The other species of the same genus also has natural dye in the leaves but the most common commercially obtainable for sale is the one from Indigofera Tinctoria.
As the natural hair dye, the indigo powder has been known for centuries. This powder made from the crushed leaves of a plant Indigofera Tinctoria. The pure indigo powder comes in a green powder format and color you get would be dark brown to black. This powder has no additives and harmful chemicals and can be used on hair without any fear.
How to Apply Indigo powder on Hair?
- Always do the skin test before using the product.
- Apply the color on clean and fresh hair.
- Use the shower cap and plastic gloves present in the pack.
- Take a bowl and mix the powder with the Indigo powder. Mix well until you get the thick smooth paste.
- Leave the mixture for two to three hours after mixing.
- Divide your hair into four parts and apply the mixture on the hair thoroughly, one by one on each part.
- Cover your hair with the shower cap and leave it for three to five hours.
- Rinse your hair with the cool water.
- Use shampoo necessarily after one day of rinsing.
- Give the touch-ups to the roots for the maintenance of the color.