• Published on May 26, 2019
  • Hi Beautiful! Today we dive into the world of henna hair coloring. It's definitely a veryyyy interesting way to color your hair.
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  • Skye Shin
    Skye Shin Hour ago

    I use henna, but before I used to dye my hair. I dyed it red and blonde and my hair was very thin and brittle. I opted to using henna and my hair has been recovering since then. My hair has gotten much ticker and the texture has generally gotten better. The process is much harder then regular hair dye, but it is worth it in my opinion. I am a hairdresser as well, but I don’t use henna for my costumers because like you said it is a very hard process, but for my self henna is amazing. It is much healthier for my hair compared to regular hair dye.

  • Kenny Lane
    Kenny Lane Hour ago

    I believe one of the main reasons people use henna on their hair is so they're not flushing unnecessary chemicals down the drain, it's much better for the environment.

  • Jamie Samolyk
    Jamie Samolyk 3 hours ago

    Daaang, shes finee.

  • hxnnxh
    hxnnxh 6 hours ago

    I’m from east Africa, Somali specifically and henna is very common in my culture- but we usually use it on our hands rather than our hair. But I’ve had it on my hair before and OOF.

  • Rahma
    Rahma 11 hours ago

    Arabs and Indians joined the chat

  • Anis Khai22
    Anis Khai22 12 hours ago

    you could use henna in so many ways tho i like to tint my eyebrows and since i can't color my hair *cause of my parents being really against it because i'm fucking muslim*

  • Sky Shae
    Sky Shae 13 hours ago +1

    Omg I totally forgot he had a brother and I was so confused why there were two brads 💀

  • Katerina Maximus
    Katerina Maximus 16 hours ago

    I like how you explain the colour theory and i love you and only started watching your stuff yesterday

  • Diya Kalsi
    Diya Kalsi 16 hours ago

    the last video was so red and not as green because it wasnt natural, organic henna, it had chemicals in it

  • missolinhu
    missolinhu 18 hours ago

    I am severely allergic to hair dye. Henna covers my white without burning my scalp. That's why.

  • Liberty Marie
    Liberty Marie Day ago

    I dye my hair red with henna, I used it as a way for my hair to have a break from the damage of regular hair dye. I personally only make the henna set for an hour before I put it in my hair, then i sleep with it in and when I wake up in the morning I wash it out and it finishes the cure with out in in for a couple days and then I feel like a Weasley and it’s fantastic. Keep in mind it will only be as light as your natural hair and it is permanent and will not wash out

  • Priscilla Donahue

    Lost it when they put the brush in your mouth 😂

  • seemona Muratova

    henna is actually good for your hair

  • Siru Holmström
    Siru Holmström Day ago

    I use Henna and Indico because I got very allergic to hair dye chemicals and also all sorts of chemicals.So it's great theres still a chance to color my hair.

  • Sylvia Crafts
    Sylvia Crafts Day ago

    Yeah, I'm sure I'm not the only one who was confused but curious by the huge chesticles in the thumbnail in a Brad Mondo video.

  • Dawn C
    Dawn C Day ago

    Henna was actually SUPER popular in the 80’s and keeps coming back I talked about it with my grandfather and he’s used it a lot on clients (he’s a barber) and the actor who plays Lucy (in I love Lucy...... older show it’s in black and white with one episode in color) used a henna wash to make her hair bright red up to the time she passed

  • Darkened Pixi
    Darkened Pixi Day ago

    Ok im OBSESSED with the last one o.m.f.g i love that RED Ariel moment. Wtf????? I wldnt use henna cuz i can get softer shinnier hair with (bad words here) box color. But damn that last color tho 😍😍😍😍😍

  • lazycatlux
    lazycatlux Day ago

    Information about henna !
    I use it but since my hair is black, it doesn't change my color.
    However one thing it's great for is making coarse and dry curly hair. When I use it, my curls are much more well defined and I have less frizz.
    It originates partly (at least) from Morocco, where a lot of women or men have similar hair as mine. So rather dark and often curly. This is where it originates from.
    They often mix in other plants like rosebuds to make it healthier
    And if it's just for that, leaving it in for 1 hour is enough. And you don't need that much henna

  • Gamble
    Gamble Day ago

    Lol. No chemicals. So her hair is coloured by holding a perfect vacuum inside? I never knew henna worked like that. I just hate people who say "no chemicals" or "natural" everything is a chemical and everything exists under the laws of nature so everything is a natural chemical, what you need to say is nothing synthetic or man made. Or plant sourced. Natural and chemical describes all matter.

  • Mya Snowden
    Mya Snowden Day ago

    the straps on her top look a lil thin

  • Amy Wright
    Amy Wright Day ago

    The brush in the mouth 🤣you're the best.

  • social anxiety
    social anxiety 2 days ago

    My brain says focus on the dye but my sexuality says something a little different...

  • Ren
    Ren 2 days ago

    Y'all dem can't be realllll

  • KK Hogan
    KK Hogan 2 days ago

    Tiddies in the thumbnail ftw

  • Natalia Mutlu
    Natalia Mutlu 2 days ago


    Huffy FLUFFY PUFF 2 days ago

    My family is from pakistan and my aunts and mom use it only to cover white hairs.

  • fre439
    fre439 2 days ago

    I died a friends hair with this stuff two times and it was so fun because it looks and felt like you're putting cow-shit-mud on her head. The color looked really nice on her, it was more bright and saturated than in this girls video.

  • Stella Waldvogel
    Stella Waldvogel 2 days ago

    You missed the funniest one! Rachel's a hoot. And she's using some weird henna that comes in a brick and drops henna turds all over the floor. XD The color does come out uneven but she says a lot of it might even out in a few days when it cures more? In any case, I don't think I'll be trying it anytime soon.

  • RaNia .F
    RaNia .F 2 days ago

    You can actually get lighter with henna, I have black hair I used it before with other tea extract and it turned light brown it was really nice

  • hair and knits
    hair and knits 2 days ago

    Cz henna is healthy and color is full of chemicals.. And it destroyes your hair.. Henna repairs ur hair. Its healthy for hair and body.

  • nem
    nem 2 days ago

    i used henna once to get dark brown hair, it turned out super pretty but the darker tones faded rather quickly while the red stayed (personally do not like red-ish hair on me), so i had to re-dye it often to maintain it :/ however i really liked the smell and the way it felt on my scalp during the treatment! it's very pleasant!

  • Zara Wiseman
    Zara Wiseman 3 days ago

    i use henna bc it's cheap, natural, vegan and cruelty free.

  • McKayla McBubbles
    McKayla McBubbles 3 days ago

    I do it because I'm allergic to all hair dye, it makes my head itch and burn

  • flaka barajas
    flaka barajas 3 days ago

    I used henna since a year ago and its the best thing i ever did for my hair. The chemicals i was using to color my hair were making my hair fall and my skull was not healthy so i stop using hair dye. Now i used henna and indigo powder to cover my
    Greys and love it

  • Aniya Smith
    Aniya Smith 3 days ago

    I thought he would have more backlash lol

  • halima akter
    halima akter 3 days ago +1

    Henna is for hand not for hair.

  • Hayden Massey
    Hayden Massey 3 days ago

    I was named after the plant that makes this
    After watching the video I take no offence to anything im actually laughing my ass of because out of context this could be talking about me

  • Fatin farhaanah
    Fatin farhaanah 3 days ago

    Muslims can't use permanent hair dye . so we use henna

  • Destiny Linville
    Destiny Linville 4 days ago

    Is semi-permanent and demi-permanent the same thing?

  • Erica Vermette
    Erica Vermette 4 days ago

    I used to use "henndigo" to get blue-black hair, which is when you do both henna and indigo in a one-step treatment. I LOVEED it, but I stopped because it is VERY permanent (I've done test strands with 40 vol developed and bleach and it literally looked like I did nothing) and I started getting the itch to do fun colors. The color you get is really hard to capture-it has a different kind of vibrancy than modern chemical dyes.
    I would guess the reason her hair didn't look shiny right after is because of the way you wash it out. IIRC you have to wash it out using conditioner first (because it's a lot of gritty particles) and then you can't shampoo it for 48 hours. So basically, she probably had a little bit of the henna and indigo left in her hair. Mine was always really matte like that right after, but a few days later it would so shiny and amazing.
    Also, henna from different regions are known for producing different tones. Moroccan henna is more purpley, Egyptian henna is more orangey. You can also change the color by adding different acids and spices, like someone else mentioned.
    And you don't have to let the henna cure overnight for hair-that's only for henna tattoos on skin. Some people do it, but you'll get dye release either way.

  • Selene M M Canchola
    Selene M M Canchola 4 days ago


    She is welll endowed


    I love making henna for tattoos 😑

  • Linda Thetford
    Linda Thetford 4 days ago


  • Savanah Craig
    Savanah Craig 4 days ago +1

    Henna is an amazing hair treatment and leaves your hair soft, conditioned, and shiny. It also leaves a protective layer over your hair that can keep it healthy, smooth split ends and block from sun damage. I wish Brad would have done some research and better understood the purpose, then I think he would have appreciated the process more.

  • EMU
    EMU 4 days ago +1

    I've been using henna for the last 10 years and I love it, but I realize that it's not for everyone. Some notes on the video though:

    1. NEVER use metal when mixing or applying henna. This can seriously mess with the dye and can damage the hair.
    2. My hair is way longer than hers and seing her apply the dye like that physically hurts my body because it is so stupid and it probably won't be evenly spread.
    3. You can use a lot of different stuff in henna! I add apple cider vinegar for the acid, honey as a binding agent and egg yolks. This will not mess with the dye but it will give you a wonderful natural balm. I think this is why I can't use regular balm when washing my hair, Brad, please educate me on this if I'm wrong!
    4. The dye CAN fade if you are out in the sun a lot, if you bathe in salt water and don't rinse it out.
    5. It is permanent.

    I have a friend who has used henna for 1-2 years and just now realized that it is permanent and that you shouldn't use other chemical dyes over it. PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH!!


  • Sophia Lohr
    Sophia Lohr 4 days ago +1

    You should do a video with the henna on your mannequin heads.

  • yvonne davis
    yvonne davis 5 days ago

    Are u a twin?

  • Candy Lion
    Candy Lion 5 days ago +1

    I use Henna too to die my hair. I don't use coffee, I just use hot water and then I let it sit for 15 minutes and it works perfectly. And my mum does not allow any other hair colors and I really love the red. And it gets darker a day after you have done it. And I have this stuff in my hair for about 30 to 60 minutes. Maybe it is just because my hair is light blond but... It always worked for me. And my hair is healthier noe and it is always so soft after using Henna. My hairdresser told me I had to led it grow out of I want to have a different hair colour, but I don't want that so I am not having a problem with that.

  • Violent GamerTag
    Violent GamerTag 5 days ago

    We know what else he was reacting to but I won’t say anything

  • Lindsey Erickson
    Lindsey Erickson 5 days ago

    Henna is tricky the way chemical hair color can be when used by someone not trained and knowledgeable about the subject. I think many newbies are just more knowledgeable of the chemical processes because that’s the info taught. Lack of information, on the part of the user can determine the difference in a hot mess or a hot look.

  • Georgina B
    Georgina B 5 days ago

    lmao those are some ginormous things.

  • a j
    a j 5 days ago

    hi henna doesn’t need to be cured overnight there are types of henna that cures in the sunlight for an hr. the last one was nice it looks natural.

  • melissa thompson
    melissa thompson 6 days ago

    My niece used to use a prepared liquid henna (no powdered leaves, no mixing and curing;) there was no prep beyond washing her hair; no bleach. And it does lighten over time unless you reapply. And it's an incredible weightless conditioner.

  • melissa thompson
    melissa thompson 6 days ago

    So. My hair is white on the front and salt and pepper on the back. I want my hair white like yours, but the back always ends up knotty pine nightmare. Suggestions?

  • SheBeep
    SheBeep 6 days ago +2

    This chick made a whole video about "dying" her hair just to show off her massive melons

  • Fox
    Fox 6 days ago

    would not recommend henna ? It is one of the best thing you can apply on your hair in the whole universe, it doesnt just dye your hair (cause you can have neutral henna) it repairs and treat your hair like nothing else can (cause no chemical) and jeez have i had my hair colored and dyed...

  • michelle
    michelle 6 days ago

    do u have a twin??????? wtffjfb

  • jennie myers
    jennie myers 6 days ago

    Henna COVERS white/greys like nothing else. It also broke pulled out my hair because it was to heavy for my long fine textured hair.

  • Mariana Lamarca
    Mariana Lamarca 6 days ago

    i really think those are made by a doctor

  • benscalligraphy *
    benscalligraphy * 6 days ago +1

    Some people with chronic illnesses are chemical sensitive to things found in many hair dyes. Many of them use henna as a natural alternative. There are actually some hair dyes that chemically sensitive people don't react to as much, but as you may understand, once you have a really bad reaction to something when you have a CI it's hard to want to step out on that limb again.

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  • Seloa
    Seloa 6 days ago +3

    The only Henna I've ever used was the Lush henna. It was lovely. My hair was crazy soft. Totally washed out after about a month. That's all i got.

  • Sophia Ellis
    Sophia Ellis 6 days ago

    Her b o o b s 😦

  • Strykerismyhorse
    Strykerismyhorse 6 days ago

    How does she deal with such big chest????

  • sgrundyuk
    sgrundyuk 6 days ago

    As a teenager in the 90’s, your standard home done hair colours were Sun-In brassy blonde or henna (from the Body Shop) reddish brown.

  • Martha Vindedal Førde

    I'm a hairdresser and I use henna 🙈 Henna doesn't fade like chemical colors. I'm a natural blond so henna gives me an orange red. I just mix it with water and put it in my hair right away. Depending on what henna I use I leave it in for 1-4 hours. I have never recomended henna to any of my customers because henna is very permanent. I've been a redhead for 24 years, and used henna for 20 of them. One kilo of henna cost me 15$ on ebay and that kilo lasts for almost 2 years. I❤henna

  • firelilysparkles
    firelilysparkles 7 days ago

    Henna is great but note you cannot bleach or dye henna treated hair with permanent color (and metallic dye can turn it green lol). It's a healthy option if you aren't planning on changing your hair for a long time.

  • HappyHygienist
    HappyHygienist 7 days ago

    I was like, omg, it's Penny Underbust! Known for her huge fake boobs and corsets.

  • supervegetariangeek
    supervegetariangeek 7 days ago

    I watch this channel regularly and use henna to dye my hair! Unfortunately that first person had no idea what they were doing, it is totally unnecessary to leave henna that long in your hair. Most of the color deposits in an hour. You also don't need to let henna sit overnight after you mix it (you actually shouldn't do this). I make it with chamomile tea because it brings out golden undertones but that is totally not necessary, it works fine with water. Also its splochy because they didn't part their hair good or use a hair dye brush!
    I don't think henna is for everyone but here are some major benifits that I like
    1. It lasts forever
    2. It conditions and strengthens my hair while leaving it in
    3. It doesn't have weird chemicals that I don't know how will interact with sensitive skin
    4. Its cheap as hell. My dye is 7 dollars and will last me a year easy if I'm just doing my roots.
    Brad is totally right about not being able to choose exact color. It happens to be a really good color for me (putting on very dark blonde hair). It also reacts to chemical dyes and you can't remove it easily... so if you want to change your hair a lot, don't do it!

  • MRA Angel666
    MRA Angel666 7 days ago

    Its bc shes fat and silicone

  • Jayme Ann
    Jayme Ann 7 days ago

    I fucking love Penny!! She's epic and beautiful and smart!!!You should check out her Instagram: penny_underbust

  • XOX K
    XOX K 7 days ago

    henna is much better for your hair than regular color, it has healing properties, helps with growth etc. i use henna and it gives a beautiful color

  • Monika Pietruczuk
    Monika Pietruczuk 7 days ago +1

    Hi Brad, if you want to understand henna phenomen check out henna stories, and how long term using changes hair. As for a socond thought, you can create tone and different colour. It all depends on the stuff you put in your henna (like tea, hibiscus, coffe, red wine, plum...) Also as you could already see, there are different herbs to use. You have henna, indygo, katam, cassia… Each of them give different reasults. But to be honest natural colouring is much more complex, when you have chemical stuff you have more control over. But the reasults are worth trying :)

  • Christina Glenn
    Christina Glenn 7 days ago

    Yes! Grey and white hair is such a pain! That's been the best part about going blonde; they blend in!

  • Heide Carrion
    Heide Carrion 8 days ago

    I've never understood it either. With all of the Olaplex and wonderful things to keep hair nice these days? I guess she just used up all her Fake Tickets on her BOOBS and now wants to be natural.

  • JimBearOne
    JimBearOne 8 days ago +1

    The idea, my dear Brad, is that it is N A T U R A L Color. Not artificial chemicals and the fact that you don't really know HOW it will turn out that makes it FUN and a desirable alternative. As for 'Demi - Permanent' Color NOT damaging the hair - NOT TRUE, it is just that the amount of 'damage' is so small you would have to color several times in a row to get the same level of damage as ONE Application of most 'Permanent' colors which in itself is pretty small on 'Healthy' hair.

  • Fay Storan
    Fay Storan 8 days ago +6

    You can change the color of henna with some ingredients such as coffee,cinnamon,tea etc..
    However it’ll definitely be orange or red when you use nothing with it.
    also the reason why their hair isn’t shiny is because you gotta put oil on your hair first any kind you like and THEN you can put henna, you can leave it up to 7 hours on your hair , I’ve been using henna since i was probably 2 or 3 and the reason why so many people choose henna over hair dye is because it’s healthier and better for your hair, also love you brad 🖤

  • Jenna
    Jenna 8 days ago

    I used to henna my hair so it would be copperish and I had long natural curly hair and it looked BOMB but very drying and loosened my curls which made me sad. The problem is that once you put that shit in. NOTHING can go over it.

  • 奈美りん
    奈美りん 8 days ago

    Basically everyone in my grade dyed their hair with henna 😂🙏🏻

  • La Princesa.
    La Princesa. 8 days ago

    The first one looks like Joan from mad men 😭💕

  • cherry blossom
    cherry blossom 8 days ago

    i've used henna for a few years, always red, and used vinegar and never let it overnight or for two hours once in, and it literally always came out fine. what the first girl is doing is so much work lol maybe i was doing it wrong i don't know but it never failed on me

  • HdiFly
    HdiFly 8 days ago

    I use henna for 6 years now! Looooove it. It's vegan, all natural, not harmful for you hair, lungs and our planet!

  • Melissa Coburn
    Melissa Coburn 8 days ago

    I'm a stylist and I can tell henna from afar it has no life

  • Melissa Coburn
    Melissa Coburn 8 days ago

    Henna absolutely not

  • Andrea La Porte
    Andrea La Porte 8 days ago

    Okay so just FYI but many Henna products (even here in the US) contain lead which if used often or repeatedly can increase not only the blood lead level of the person using the product but also of any other person who may come into contact with the person using the product or the product itself. This increasing blood lead level can be especially harmful for children. Please use discretion when using Henna or products containing kohl.

  • Nicole KittyKat
    Nicole KittyKat 8 days ago

    The brush going into his mouth in the beginning 😂

  • R. Ben Bahry
    R. Ben Bahry 8 days ago

    I know about natural henna not the store bought one but i know for sure that it give an unflattering orange color and it dries hair really bad and let's not forget the strong smell. i don't like it and i'll never use it on my hair. people add coffee to it or dried grenade skin but i don't think it does any good.

  • Lutz I
    Lutz I 8 days ago

    Henna is not only for the color. It’s a treatment for your hair, it got rid of my excessive sebum and thickened my hair like nothing else, the red is just a plus (I love it, way more natural than anything else I’ve ever done on my warm brown hair, and doing it after highlights is the best thing ever, because it brings everything together in a nice natural reddish brown... ofc I don’t do it by myself, always go to a hairstylist people.) warning tho: you need to like the red, because that red undertone will never live you, I do it twice a YEAR and I never lose it, it’s really like a protective film around your hair.

  • Monkey Maya
    Monkey Maya 8 days ago +1

    Watch the intro at .25 speed.

    You will not regret it.

  • 1Dforinfinity 1994
    1Dforinfinity 1994 9 days ago

    5:38 - 5:58 rightt

  • Karly Koch
    Karly Koch 9 days ago +2

    I love how he is not afraid to say that her boobs are huge. Ha ha😆

  • saturn
    saturn 9 days ago

    people tend to use henna because it’s vegan and natural, if they don’t want to use chemicals

  • Ruth Goods
    Ruth Goods 9 days ago +1

    your shirt is so distracting, I felt like the 'eye' was watching me as I was watching you. I got so uncomfortable when I ugly-laughed and the eye glared at me through the screen lol

  • Bunny Cafe
    Bunny Cafe 9 days ago

    My mom is a cancer survivor so her hair is very sensitive and short still but she likes to dye it black and only uses henna - but not like the type you have make and cure like this she uses this brand thats common in the west indies thats like a 10 minute shampoo hair dye henna or this Korean black heanna that also takes 10 minutes. Im not 100% sure why people choose to use the ones they have to make from scratch and cure when those exist?? I literally didnt even know these type of henna existed until recently cuz of youtube

  • Angela Dennis
    Angela Dennis 9 days ago

    1st one did it wrong anyway

  • the_andi _dote
    the_andi _dote 9 days ago +5

    The people I know who use Henna have allergies to the metals and ammonia in traditional dyes. It also has cultural significance for some people.

  • Mad Hatter
    Mad Hatter 9 days ago

    I use henna because the chemical dyes I used in the past were making my hair fall out by the fistfuls. Once I switched to henna fulltime, my hair thickened, and grew back in. So there. Henna is better than chemical dyes. ^_^

  • Mad Hatter
    Mad Hatter 9 days ago

    That first girl is weird. When I use Henna, it smells like spinach. O.o

  • Jessen Wood
    Jessen Wood 9 days ago

    I henna my hair and LOVE it! For me, it’s a natural way to color my hair that doesn’t damage my hair and leaves it feeling healthier than before I dyed it. You actually can enhance certain color tones within the henna by adding natural ingredients that you find in your kitchen (i.e. paprika, cumin, lemon juice, coffee, etc). The color that henna leaves is long-lasting, NATURAL, and doesn’t damage your hair. Ever. In my opinion, it is the healthiest way to color your hair. If I wouldn’t put it IN my body, I don’t want it in my hair🤷🏼‍♀️

  • GLC Nornes
    GLC Nornes 9 days ago +1

    15mins of Brads lack of comprehension skills shining through:
    -100% henna won’t have that bad reaction you speak of
    -using warm liquid you can actually put henna on soon after, some people like to wait some time to cure anyway but it’s not a must. Leaving it overnight is when doing activation with just cool water and an acidic medium, it needs longer time
    -you get colour within 1-3 hours after you put it on, but the ‘curing’ is talking about how the colour finally develops to the final colour after a few days... but you still get Insta- colour
    -many that use henna actually DO know a lot about chemical permanent, semi permanent and Demi dyes... which is why we choose henna
    -it’s cheap, natural and easy to do yourself and tailors itself to your own colour so no need to trial and error with a hairdresser for what colour you want on your hair
    _there is more but I’m rewatching to see what I missed

  • sami haque
    sami haque 9 days ago

    can Brad not call henna Fu***** weird, thanks honey~