Enrich your natural hair colour with indigo powder. Achieve a dark black shade by blending this naturally green powder with our pure BAQ henna. Always protect your hands/clothes when applying indigo powder + henna powder 

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  1. Cover everything in old towels or newspaper, and wear old clothes.
  2. Dye your hair with henna first for the best result This helps give the indigo a base to stick to. You can mix indigo into henna to get shades of reddish-brown to auburn to brownish black.
  3. Get 100g of indigo for every six inches of hair. Curly hair will need more. 200g is usually enough for shoulder length hair.
  4. Mix the indigo in a heat resistant bowl with warm water.
  5. Wait 10-15 minutes, till the green powder start to turn a deep purple black on top. Ready to use when it is black
  6. Get someone to help you apply the indigo, starting at the back. Cover your entire hair, and wrap it in saran wrap [cling film]
  7. Wipe off the drips that run down, or you'll have grey streaks on your face and neck. Laying on your back helps keep the indigo from dripping down.
  8. Rinse the indigo off with cool water after 45 minutes to an hour.
  9. Your indigo will be dark brown at first, and deepen to black over 2-4 days. Wait several days, and reapply if you see any missed spots, or if the indigo is not dark enough.