HAIRDRESSER REACTS TO HENNA HAIR COLOR!

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  • 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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  • Hayden Rae
    Hayden Rae Hour ago

    Look at the lush henna, I used that and it has lots of good ingredients. It’s a brick of cocoa butter and different amounts of henna and indigo depending on the one you buy, and it treats the hair while dying it. It made my hair sooooo shiny and bright. It fades nicely and you couldn’t even see my roots because it basically tinted my hair and it looks really pretty in the sun.

  • Little Aussie
    Little Aussie 2 hours ago

    No 1 big boobs... Gosh she over complicated the henna process... I used it once and never did it that way add water slap it on wait 30 wash out

  • Vic W
    Vic W 3 hours ago

    Scary story time: my manager told me about a time at her last salon when someone's head literally caught on fire. So, I never found out exactly why (whether she had used henna or when it was something else), but there are some naughty brands that have added in some things that are really bad for, not just your hair, but can be bad for your skin! And if you don't tell your hairstylist that you have henna in your hair and they don't do a stand test and there IS PPE in it, really bad things can happen. So just make sure you're getting the pure henna and telling your hairstylist about what's in your hair :3

  • April Thomas
    April Thomas 3 hours ago

    I use Earthdye Henna. It doesn't have all the extra chemicals that is often added to henna that makes it react to other products. I only mix it with water, apply, and wash it out after an hour and a half. The muddy texture is easier to apply than hair dye. No need to section the hair, really, just pat it on a push in down to the roots. Takes me about 3 minutes to apply to my hair, whereas regular hair dye takes me at least 10 minutes, and I am more prone to miss spots.

    The end result is a gorgeous rich ruby red that also looks natural. Exactly the colour I was trying to find for the longest time, but store bought dyes were failing me, and professional stylist failed me HARD! I walked out of a salon with booger greenish, yellowish, copper hair the last time before I gave up on them.

    It nourishes my hair and helps it stay strong and shiny, whereas hair dye was causing my hair to break and only looks good and shiny for the first few days, then my hair turns to straw. I currently have chunks of 5 inch or so long sprouts that are growing in finally now that my hair isn't always breaking off.
    Another bonus is that as It grows out, the roots aren't quite as noticeable because the colour is a layer over your hair the transition to your new growth is less stark. I only have to dye my hair every three months now. As my brown roots come it the overall look is slightly less fresh, but not terrible looking. I only really start to mind the roots at about 3 months. With box dyes I couldn't stand the obvious roots and HAD to colour once a month.
    Truth that is you want to lighten your hair, henna wont work, but all I want is to change the colour from brown to red. I like the darkness of it just fine. And the colour is so shiny and rich it seems a little brighter anyway.
    Oh! and you can safely do your eyebrows too! It makes me look much more like a natural red head to have my eyebrows match! Henna for life!

  • Irene Yung
    Irene Yung 5 hours ago

    Hey!

  • Dyl Pickles
    Dyl Pickles 8 hours ago

    It's probably organic and all natural

  • Shivani Singh
    Shivani Singh 10 hours ago

    People go with henna because it's totally natural and strengthen hairs prevents hair breakage and gives a beautiful shine

  • Lyla Mountainfire
    Lyla Mountainfire 12 hours ago

    I have a question...
    Lots of my blonde friends shampooed their hair with silver shampoo and they've got some beautiful lighter and cooler tone of blonde.
    Is it legit to use silver shampoo for this or will it cause more damage to my hair then regular lightening? And if not: how should I use it?

  • Monse Mares Tapia
    Monse Mares Tapia 13 hours ago

    Chemicals that why

  • djw4299
    djw4299 15 hours ago

    A girl I know uses henna because she says it doesn’t have “chemicals”.... I’d rather just get it colored personally than go through that hassle

  • Syifa Maharani
    Syifa Maharani Day ago

    Im sorry, answering your curiosity why people decided to use henna or organic hair color, so okay, Some people might be dealing with their health issues. I do want to color my hair as other people do, so I tried my best to find a hair color that is friendly for my body that won’t warming my body. Some people with health issues can’t be as normal as other, ya know.. they have to avoid some things that might be usual for the others, bcs of the chemical ingredients, their body just can’t tolerate it. soo God bless those people who create those organics stuff like food, hair color, soap. It just makes us feel normal like the others. Atleast i can dye my hair like the others without feeling the pain. Ya know... people do have their own reason why they prefer organic and natural stuff. I hope it would answer your curiousity:)

  • Pachinkø Løves

    How..........
    S c o l i o s e s
    She’s really pretty tho tbh •>•

  • Sharon Eze
    Sharon Eze Day ago

    Am i the only person who says Hi back to Brad🤔

  • Rowena Elgendy
    Rowena Elgendy Day ago

    I’m an arab person and i can tell you henna is so good for hair beside the colour it cures dandruff and it’s a good nutrition for hair it’s so good for hair health and all my aunts uses and it helps with hair growth it’s so healthy
    Edit:
    You can add things to it like honey and egg you can be creative with it’s so healthy

  • InsaneNoire
    InsaneNoire Day ago +3

    This girl is Penny Underbust and she’s a fetish model, explaining the chest. You’re welcome.

  • Blu_ otaku
    Blu_ otaku Day ago

    If those are natural i feel bad for her back.
    But i doubt they are, gotta have some weight everywhere else to have breasts like that.

  • Michaela Wxx
    Michaela Wxx Day ago

    id like to explain henna users to you^^
    the reson i use henna on my heair and not normal semi permanent dye anymore is because I feel like henna gives you a very natural efeckt without you aktually hafeing to know anything about haircolour and how to make it look natural, also it doesnt feel like a huge change and like it is the safe rout since it doesnt make you hair look as diffrent as a semi permanent hair colour would. also henna gives your hair a light and fluffy/soft feel after you aply it which is nice^^

    • Michaela Wxx
      Michaela Wxx Day ago

      the mistery part is also funn about it^

  • Rania Hussain
    Rania Hussain Day ago

    Just so you know, the color that henna gives you is just a protein that covers the hair, henna is more as a treatment or a hair mask than just a color 😁

  • Bryson Mitchell
    Bryson Mitchell Day ago

    Lol killing her cleavage makes her sad
    ruclip.com/video/X51QzLVIRlE/video.html in her video 4:18

  • SkeletonSpotty
    SkeletonSpotty 2 days ago

    You know why you clicked

  • Perri's adventures
    Perri's adventures 2 days ago

    My mom uses henna as her hair color because she likes the color it gives her hair

  • Para Lynx
    Para Lynx 2 days ago

    That into tho 😁

  • Meghna Bar
    Meghna Bar 2 days ago +1

    Indians use henna because here we get it in the natural form

  • Dipsikha Saha
    Dipsikha Saha 2 days ago

    My mum uses henna because she gets severe alergies with hair colour cuz it has chemicals in it.

  • BirdieSoul
    BirdieSoul 2 days ago

    First of, WOW her chest, like i had problems looking at what she was doing and not her boobs, if i where a straight man I think it would be sooo difficult to not stare lol. Also, it must be quite uncomfortable, but hey! Each to their own 😉💓.
    Going back to henna.
    I dyed my hair with henna when 16 or so and it wasn't that much of a hassle to be honest... You just mixed the quantity of water it said on the box with the powder, lemon Juice and just put it on and let it set for an hour or so.
    I don't know, maybe she bought another kind of henna? 🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Rohlupuii Fanai
    Rohlupuii Fanai 2 days ago

    Ok so her titties were ginormous.. Don't be amazed i (a supr straight woma) was distracted so much too.. Anyone would be

  • Rohlupuii Fanai
    Rohlupuii Fanai 2 days ago

    HENNA is very popular here in India and we mostly use it for its healthy ingredients and magical way of fixing damaged hair and its so affordable... The colour is just a part of it.

  • Clarmy97
    Clarmy97 2 days ago

    It's makes the hair healthier and it is help the hair alot not just a color also you don't need to let it for night we always put water or the color you want like coffee or something also like hair dyes it's needs 30 to stuck in your hair

  • crazy not mad
    crazy not mad 2 days ago

    15.52 bitch ... Those are some..hummmmmmmmm stop Brad

  • crazy not mad
    crazy not mad 2 days ago

    Henna she made...always happens in my house ..

  • Mindy Lynne
    Mindy Lynne 3 days ago +1

    I kept giggling when he talked about her chest 🤣🤭🤭

  • Breanna Gabrielle
    Breanna Gabrielle 3 days ago

    yaaaa she deliberately wore that shirt, or rather lack of, lmao. its a bit hard to watch your demonstration when theres some other things stealing the spotlight girl come on XD i guess theyre pretty nice for fake boobs the size of my head. usually the bigger they are the worse they look

  • Hansika Daswani
    Hansika Daswani 3 days ago

    My Granma uses henna

  • Equestrian Reacts
    Equestrian Reacts 3 days ago

    Gender rebels OoOh MEeEEe

  • Vicky Stevenson
    Vicky Stevenson 3 days ago +1

    Cow...needs milking...lol 😆💦

  • Lucie Ciepka
    Lucie Ciepka 3 days ago

    😂 you can’t pay attention? You? 😂😂😂😂

  • Lina Agouzoul
    Lina Agouzoul 3 days ago +1

    people usually use henna because it's safer than hair dye. it doesn't affect your hair and is all-natural. this is just to answer brads question in 3:39

    • Lina Agouzoul
      Lina Agouzoul 3 days ago +1

      but you dont need to keep it overnight and it doesnt need time to "cure"

    • Lina Agouzoul
      Lina Agouzoul 3 days ago +1

      I only know this because I dyed someone's hair with henna and it did turn out really good

  • angie tiya
    angie tiya 4 days ago

    my mum used to henna her hair all the time and Ive done it once as well. the henna we used is a red powder and you just mix it in with water.

  • Livy Mariegard
    Livy Mariegard 4 days ago

    Yesss matcha

  • horseliene
    horseliene 4 days ago

    people use henna because it’s very good for ur hair beacause it’s alk natural products

  • YasminMac91
    YasminMac91 4 days ago +1

    Some people are allergic to dye! 😂 surely you’ve came across tonnes of clients who are allergic?

  • May Strother
    May Strother 4 days ago

    I use henna because it’s also a conditioner so it doesn’t damage your hair at all- it’s actually good for it. I like the effect of how it merges with you hair colour so it’s very hard for it to look bad, especially on brown hair as it just compliments the original hair. It just depends on what you want for you hair. Also a lot of the steps she did I have never heard of and didn’t do and it still turned out good. It also looks much more dramatic than it does on camera it seems.

  • Sonyea Paul
    Sonyea Paul 4 days ago +6

    We Indian love henna and it makes our hair healthier and shinier also It's safer than other hair dye. Honestly I prefer henna so much. Maybe it's because it's in our culture.
    So don't make fun of our culture, also it ain't poopie mud it's a way more healthier thing than those chemicals bro.

  • Valentina Castro
    Valentina Castro 4 days ago

    I'm sorry why would you make a comment about her breast? I mean we all know it, we can see them, I don't see the need of making those kind of comments.

  • Helen Monaghan
    Helen Monaghan 4 days ago

    What on earth could you have against henna being used on hair?! It is like...ten times better for your hair than any other dyeing process could ever be. I literally have permanently dyed hair that actually is now stronger and more healthy and ten time shinier than it was before I dyed it 💁🏻‍♀️

  • Sheet Show
    Sheet Show 4 days ago

    Henna is an environmentally friendly option to color your hair. Also since it is natural, it is beneficially for people with allergies, skin problems or an easily irritated scalp.

    • Sheet Show
      Sheet Show 4 days ago

      Also - if your just in for a natural tint over your natural hair color, with additional coverup for gray hair, this is a risk free, cheap alternativ for at home use.

  • nabila noor
    nabila noor 4 days ago

    So what we learn is White people don't know how to use henna..

  • C. Hill
    C. Hill 5 days ago

    That stuff looks like baby diarrhea

  • latifa k
    latifa k 5 days ago

    Henna is the only thing i use on my hair not for the color though just the benefits ive got really dark blackish hair so the color just shines through in the sun! But we have a process to making it we use all kinds of oils and mix them in with the henna and yes we also use the water of coffee or chamomile tea to mix it for but since we use henna almost on a monthly basis its not even a process anymore its like a normal routine to us! Its not necessary henna alone with water is also great for the hair but the added stuff just makes the hair even healthier!

  • K.C. Actis
    K.C. Actis 5 days ago +1

    I bought henna already in a tube and we just snip the tip off and put it in a bowl and then just apply to hair

  • Anny Lovett
    Anny Lovett 5 days ago +1

    Omg I've been colouring my hair with henna for the past 10 years...legit.

  • Baf Baas
    Baf Baas 5 days ago

    I just got the powder, mixed some water with it applied vaseline on my skin and aplied it, waited like 40 minutes and douches the exces of and BAM a dark orange-red on my dirty blonde natural

  • Lynzi Hammett
    Lynzi Hammett 6 days ago

    Unpopular opinion: the comment about the woman’s chest is totally unnecessary. This woman’s just trying to dye her hair and show others how to use henna as a hair dye. What the fuck does that have to with her body? Let women live their lives lol.

  • Sherio88
    Sherio88 6 days ago

    People go with henna because they don't want to damage their scalp, not their hair.
    The only time I colored my hair, I went from getting 5 inches off twice a year (my hair grows super fast) to well, it's been about 7 months now and I'll probably only get 4, pushing 5 taken off. Slow growth.

  • Samantha Plackis
    Samantha Plackis 6 days ago

    Henna is amazing!

  • Evelyne Song
    Evelyne Song 6 days ago +1

    My grandma uses that since shes allergic to actual hair dye

  • Julie Diamond
    Julie Diamond 6 days ago +5

    Henna is for hippies who avoid chemicals

  • Rebecca Case
    Rebecca Case 6 days ago

    Never tried it but almost like the sound of surprise colour🤔😂

  • Salma vm
    Salma vm 6 days ago

    I thought it was brad in the beginning at first lol

  • aaaalishaaaa
    aaaalishaaaa 6 days ago

    I color with henna because I try to reduce my plastic consumption and also don't want to support animal testing which most to almost all hair dye brands do.