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    i have very thick dark brown hair (from my turkish dad’s genes) and do a while i’ve been debating whether or not to die my hair with henna (the proper stuff they use in the middle east, not the stuff from lush) and i was wondering if anyone else had some experience with it. i know applying it is really good for your hair because it acts like a hair mask with all the essential oils and stuff but i just wanted opinions
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    It doesn't really show up on dark hair
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    my mum uses it for her hair to cover up white hairs, it doesn’t make a difference at all to her black hair but it just has a slight reddish tint when she’s in sunlight, barely noticeable though. but i wouldn’t recommend it bc it’s really messy and the shower looks disgusting when she’s done. but if you can be bothered then go for it
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i have very thick dark brown hair (from my turkish dad’s genes) and do a while i’ve been debating whether or not to die my hair with henna (the proper stuff they use in the middle east, not the stuff from lush) and i was wondering if anyone else had some experience with it. i know applying it is really good for your hair because it acts like a hair mask with all the essential oils and stuff but i just wanted opinions
    i wouldn't use henna as it doesn't work well on dark hair, and can also give a reddish tint (which may not be what you want).
    What about regular hair dye?
 
 
 
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