You will need
  • henna;
  • - glass or porcelain;
  • - wooden shovel;
  • - hot water;
  • - olive oil.
Do not dye your hair only Basma, otherwise your hair will become blue-green. Mix it with henna. Depending on the ratio of ingredients you can get different shades.
To obtain a light brown color, mix in a glass or porcelain dish henna and Basma in equal proportions. To obtain the brown color in the ratio 2:1 (henna: Basma), black – 1:2. Rich black color you will receive, if diluted 1 part henna, 3 parts of Basma.
Take 25-200 grams of the mixture, depending on length of hair. Fill it with boiling water and stir with a wooden spatula until the consistency of sour cream. Mash all the lumps.
Allow paint to stand for 40 minutes, and then apply it on hair.
Brewing Basma henna can hot water (temperature about 80° C), a decoction or infusion of herbs. To give hair a rich chestnut use of strong coffee, tea or decoction of buckthorn, the red shade of heated red wine, purple beet juice. To obtain the gold sparks in colored hair make a mixture of acidified water. Add lemon juice or Apple cider vinegar (a teaspoon in a glass of water) or a few crystals of citric acid. To obtain a mahogany add water, 3-4 tea spoons of cocoa.
If you have dry or thin hair, pour the paint in the hot milk, kefir or yogurt at room temperature.
For a uniform distribution of the mixture add 1-2 teaspoons of olive oil.
A paste the consistency of sour cream is designed for the roots. For coloring the hair along the length to prepare a new batch with double the amount of liquid or dilute with hot water already available. Liquid paint is easier to distribute through hair, thick will dry up and fall off in lumps from the hair, leaving light spots.