Indigo is a natural dye that is obtained from the plant Indigofera tinctoria. It’s rich, green in color and is mainly used for dyeing clothes, especially denim. In fact, it is known to be one of the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. However, it is now also being used in combination with henna as a natural hair dye. Interestingly, indigo offers some great benefits for your hair when used appropriately.
Mehndi (Henna) has been in use in beauty rituals and customs since ancient times. History depicts its usage since Stone Age and it has religious importance in almost every religion. It is the oldest documented cosmetic and now being used on big scale in almost every country of the globe.
Apart from its traditional use i.e. hair dyeing and hair conditioning; it is widely been used to decorate human body with desired temporary patterns. Henna gives stunning impressions of dark red and reddish brown colour on human skin with an advantage that a new pattern can be enjoyed on the same skin after the first impression fades and disappears after two to three weeks. It is not painful at all and gives a cool and soothing feel, kills dandruff, stops falling of hair and leaves refreshing fragrance due to its natural properties. It is a proven natural hair conditioner with having no side effects. Moreover, its regular use prevents hair from falling as it’s the best and natural source of killing dandruff which is the main source of hair fall.
Mix Indigo + Henna Powder with water and make a smooth paste and leave it for 15 mins.
Apply it on Hair and let it dry on Hair for atleast 2 hours.
Remove it with any Shampoo.
Use it again on next day if you are using it for the first time.
Note: Indigo Powder is for Hair only it will not give colour on skin.