Hennacat http://hennacat.com UK's best mehndi / henna supplier and reliable information source Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:51:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/cropped-Hennacat-Henna-Shop-32x32.jpg Hennacat http://hennacat.com 32 32 How to henna a tambourine http://hennacat.com/blog/how-to-henna-a-tambourine/ http://hennacat.com/blog/how-to-henna-a-tambourine/#respond Fri, 02 Dec 2016 13:51:11 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3523 Source your henna Always make sure your henna is pure, fresh and well sifted. This should be the same whether you are hennaing skin, hair or tambourines! Get your tambourine Many tambourines are made with paper or synthetic heads. The best for henna is an untreated skin head tambourine.  Make sure its one without a [...]

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Source your henna

Always make sure your henna is pure, fresh and well sifted. This should be the same whether you are hennaing skin, hair or tambourines!

Get your tambourine

Many tambourines are made with paper or synthetic heads. The best for henna is an untreated skin head tambourine.  Make sure its one without a manufacturers stamp on the head which may prove tricky to cover up.

Make your henna paste

Mix your henna powder with lemon or lime juice, only. The oils normally used for henna on human skin will prevent the pigment from soaking into the drum head.

Put your henna into an applicator

Use whatever works best for you. People use lots of different things for applicators,  icing bags, syringes or even just paint brushes.

Henna your tambourine

Take your time and be creative.  Allow the tambourine to sit for about a week to fully absorb the henna pigments, then gently scrape the dried henna form the surface.  The henna will continue to darken over the next few days.

This beautiful tambourine below painted with an indian star design was created by Hennacat herself….

Indian Star 1 Indian star 2 indian star 3

Pure henna and applicators are all available to buy in Hennacats shop here: here

 

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indigo2-228x228 1. Choose your henna carefully

Make sure you choose your henna well. It must be:

  • Fresh – always check the date if buying off the shelf
  • Body Art Quality – referred to as BAQ
  • Finely sifted – no dirt, grit or sticks in the powder!
  • Pure – must contain no pesticides or chemicals
  • Consider colour – while all henna stains a reddish brown, different regions do produce subtle differences

    2. Prepare 48 hours in advance

    Very important to remember: For optimum results you need to begin preparing your henna approximately 48 hours before you intend to use it. If you don’t give henna time to release its dye, or if you leave it languishing for too long, you will not get vibrant long-lasting stains.

    3. Gather your supplies

    For every 100g of henna you will need:

  • 250ml bottle of lemon juice, or equivalent in fresh lemon juice (but buy two bottles just in case)
  • 30ml bottle or 6tsp of lavender or tea tree essential oil
  • Glass bowl, or a cheap plastic bowl you don’t mind getting stained
  • Metal spoon or a cheap plastic spoon you don’t mind getting stained
  • One to two tablespoons of Glucose powder available at chemists or icing sugar
  • Cling film (Saran wrap)

    4. Cover up

    The mix can be messy and can stain anything it comes into contact with so make sure you cover all surfaces, yourself and wear gloves. If you do spill some make sure you wipe it off immediately.

    5. Follow your recipe carefully

  • Carefully pour about 90% of the henna powder into your bowl.
  • Gradually add the lemon juice, gently working it in to the henna. You should end up with a mixture which is similar to a thick mashed potato consistency. You might not need a whole bottle of lemon juice, you might need more than one bottle. This is because henna is a natural plant product, similar to wine in that different harvests, from different places, impart slightly different characteristics to the henna. Some henna powders need a lot more lemon juice than others.
  • Flatten the surface of the henna and then cover the henna tightly with a layer of clingfilm, then cover the bowl tightly with two or three further layers of cling film.
  • Leave the bowl somewhere warmish, out of draughts, but not too hot. I usually leave my henna to brew on top of the fridge where it is very gently warm.
  • After 12 hours if it is warm, or 24 hours if it is cool, remember where you left your henna, retrieve it, and scrape your spoon once across the surface. You will see that the exposed surface is browner, and the henna underneath is greener. In some henna pastes this difference is very noticeable, in others, it is much less noticeable. Now give it a stir. You should notice that the texture has become smoother.
  • Carefully add the 30ml your essential oil. Stir until it has fully incorporated into the henna mixture. You may require slightly more or less oil according to your preferences.
  • Then add half to one tablespoon full of icing sugar. And stir until it is fully incorporated into the henna mixture. You will notice the mixture becomes smother and glossy. If you feel your mixture isn’t smooth enough, add another half to one table spoon of sugar. The sugar helps the mixture stay moist, but if you add too much sugar it will slide about on your skin.
  • Adjust the thickness of the mixture by adding in more henna powder or more lemon juice.  Here you can add in the henna powder you kept back if you wish. You are aiming for the texture of yoghurt, or in baking terms ‘soft peaks’. The henna mix should not clump to the spoon, nor should it be too runny. ‘Milkshake’ texture is too runny.
  • Leave for another 12 hours if it is warm, and 24 hours if it is cool.
  • After 12 or 24 hours, scrape the top of the henna again and check that there is a colour difference and then give it a final mix through.

    If you’d like to place an order or have any questions about henna please get in touch here Hennacat

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There are a few things that are a must when choosing any henna powder:

  • Fresh. You must always buy fresh henna powder. If you want a great stain, don’t just grab henna off the shelf (as you don’t know how long it may have been sitting there) Even from crop to crop you will notice that the freshest henna powder gives the best stain results.
  • Body Art Quality. This means that the henna powder is the best quality since they take the leaves from the top of the plant with the most dye content. It also means that it is 100% pure and natural. This term is usually used to describe henna that is also used for body art.
  • Finely Sifted. None of that dirt, grit, sand, nor sticks help with getting a great staining henna paste. Even if you try to sift it yourself, you lose most of the henna powder you purchased.
  • Pure. Must contain no pesticides or chemicals. No PPD nor any other powders or ingredients. Only get 100% pure henna powder.

HENNACATS HENNA POWDERS

Jamila Henna Powder

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Jamila Henna from Pakistan is one of the world’s oldest and best loved henna brands. Jamila has a long tradition of producing premium quality henna powder and we benefit from their many years of experience. This crop of body art quality henna is perfect for use on hair (always carry out a strand test), and fine enough for the most delicate body art. It produces a smooth paste and a moderately strong stain.

  • Well milled and triple sifted, to give the finest quality
  • 2015 crop of henna, harvested and maufactured in Pakistan
  • 2.70% lawsone content
  • One of the world”s best loved brands

This is genuine Jamila with the crop year on the base of the box.

100g is enough henna to dye shoulder length hair; to produce around 100 small / medium henna tattoos; or to provide full bridal mehndi for 2 to 3 brides (depending on complexity and size of designs).

Hennacat’s Cream Superior Rajasthani Henna Powder

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Currently my personal favourite for body art, this henna powder has a high dye content but with a superb light yet stringy consistency more in keeping with Jamila henna powder. When I first mixed up this henna I wanted to eat it – it was just like whipped chocolate cream – yummy! It smelt good enough to eat as well, but past experience of accidently getting henna in my mouth gave me enough self control not to go down that road! Instead I just enjoyed stirring this fluffy beauty and calculated how quickly I could get it on to some skin for testing. Then I realised that what I really wanted to do was put it straight on my hair so I mixed another batch straight away…

  • Henna paste made with Hennacat’s Cream stays put, and doesn’t ‘melt’ – this means that you can do intricate mehndi with a better feeling of control and confidence.
  • Although stringy, this henna has a much more stable consistency than other rajasthani hennas which can be very ‘sticky’ or ‘elastic’.
  • The light, fine texture means it rinses out of hair like a dream – perfect for even the most fragile hair.
  • It has a consistently high dye content at the high end of what is currently available

100g is enough henna to dye shoulder length hair; to produce around 100 small / medium henna tattoos; or to provide full bridal mehndi for 2 to 3 brides (depending on complexity and size of designs).

 

Premium Organic Rajasthani Henna Powder

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Hennacat Premium Organic Rajasthani Henna is carefully sourced from Rajasthan, the premium henna producing area of India. One of the best premium henna powders available, this beautifully sifted powder mixes into a smooth paste suitable for the most intricate of mehndi body art or tightly curled hair. I always order small quantities of this henna, which is custom ground from the leaves, to order, so you can be assured that you are getting the freshest, best quality henna.

  • High Lawsone content – one of the highest available!
  • Superb dark colour with plum tones for both hair and body art
  • Excellent sift
  • Beautiful moderately stringy texture
  • Organic certification from Ecocert and USDA

100g is enough henna to dye shoulder length hair; to produce around 100 small / medium henna tattoos; or to provide full bridal mehndi for 2 to 3 brides (depending on complexity and size of designs).

Yemen Henna Powder

It is with great regret that our Yemen henna is now out of stock, and I cannot give an expected date for when it will be back in stock. All my friends and suppliers in Yemen are experiencing huge difficulties and crisis as a result of the war and violence in the country. The main ports (including the beautiful city of Sana’a) and transport hubs are affected, as well as the roads, and as you can imagine survival and safety is the priority. It is impossible for henna to be processed and shipped at the moment.

As soon as I can, I will have the henna available, but it may be a while. In the meantime, the premium organic rajasthani henna is an excellent alternative.

 

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Henna in different Countries http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-different-countries/ http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-different-countries/#respond Mon, 05 Sep 2016 14:09:47 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3661 Bridal henna nights are a popular tradition in North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, the Near East and South Asia. India In India, as a part of Hindu and Sikh weddings, henna is applied during wedding ceremonies. Traditionally it is thought that the darker the henna on the bride’s hand, the more [...]

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Bridal henna nights are a popular tradition in North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, the Near East and South Asia.

India

In India, as a part of Hindu and Sikh weddings, henna is applied during wedding ceremonies. Traditionally it is thought that the darker the henna on the bride’s hand, the more intensely her husband will love her. It is an important part of many Hindu festivals (such as Karva Chauth and Diwali), as well as during Eid. It is widely used in south Indian state Kerala especially during Muslim weddings. It is a common practice among Indians, particularly elderly ones, to dye their hair using Henna.

Pakistan and Bangladesh

In Pakistan, henna is used on hands and feet by brides before their wedding, and by many women for Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Often the female friends and relatives of the groom design or choose the design for the hands and feet of bride. It is also used by men to colour their hair. Bangladesh has similar traditions to this also.

Singapore and Malaysia

In Malaysia, Henna has been used to decorate women’s palms, arms and feet as part of pre-wedding celebrations, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Often, a henna ceremony may be held called ‘Berinai’. The bride and groom each have their hands stained, but in a trio of ceremonies. The first being three days before the wedding, the second within two days before the wedding and the third which is normally held three days after the wedding. Singapore holds the same traditions.

Somalia

In Somalia, henna is worn by Somali women on their hands, arms, feet and neck during weddings, Eid ul-Fitr, Ramadan, and other festive occasions. Somali henna designs are similar to those in the Arabian peninsula, often featuring flower motifs and triangular shapes. The palm is also frequently decorated with a dot of henna and the fingertips are dipped in the dye. Henna parties are usually held before the wedding takes place.

Tunisia

In Tunisia, prenuptial henna celebrations last for seven days. On the 3rd day, the bride wears a traditional dress and has henna painted on her hands and feet. As for the groom, his little finger is painted with henna on the 6th day.

Algeria

In Algeria, it is tradition for the bride’s mother-in-law to present her with jewellery and paint the henna on her hands.

Israel / Middle East

In the State of Israel , Middle East many sfaradi/mizrachi , and middle eastern communities , families sometimes choose to have a henna party about a week before the wedding. The henna party is smaller than the wedding, as only closer friends and family members are invited. The bride and groom wear traditional costumes as do some of the main guests. There is much dancing and music, especially when the henna is brought out. The henna is usually presented in a deep dish with lit candles in it and carried by the grandmother. She applies the henna onto the palms of the bride and groom and they are blessed. Subsequently, guests stain their palms with henna as well. There are variations in customs and dress between the different jewish sfaradi/mizrachi and Arabic communities ( a good example is in the communities of Yemen, Morocco,Jordan etc.).

Saudi Arabia

In Saudi Arabia, prenuptial Henna nights are common. Traditionally the bride’s hands are painted with henna by one of her female relatives, the belief being that the relative must be happily married or else she will bring bad luck to the bride.

Turkey

In Turkey, henna is sold in convenience stores and markets. Among these are the Spice Bazaar in Istanbul.

 

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How to choose the right henna shade http://hennacat.com/blog/choose-right-henna-shade/ http://hennacat.com/blog/choose-right-henna-shade/#respond Thu, 07 Jul 2016 13:44:27 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3646 Want to use henna but aren’t sure where to start? Here is a simple guide on which henna to choose depending on what colour you wish to achieve.  What colour do you want to dye your hair? (and the kit you need from Hennacats shop) Henna red – Henna for hair kit Natural red brown  – Henna and [...]

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Want to use henna but aren’t sure where to start? Here is a simple guide on which henna to choose depending on what colour you wish to achieve.

 What colour do you want to dye your hair? (and the kit you need from Hennacats shop)

Henna red – Henna for hair kit
Natural red brown  – Henna and indigo kit
Natural dark brown – Henna and cassia kit
Black – Henna and indigo kit
Strawberry blonde – Henna and amla kit
Brighten blonde hair – Amla for hair kit

 There are four sizes of kits:

  1. Short hair kit – for hair that is chin length (fine or thick hair)
  2. Medium length hair kit – for hair that is shoulder length (fine or thick hair)
  3. Long length hair kit – for fine hair that is bra strap length or thick hair that is shoulder length
  4. Very long length hair kit – for fine hair that is waist length or thick hair that is bra strap length

There are three types of henna:

  1. Jamila – suitable for all hair types, including grey
  2. Superior henna – suitable for all hair types, including grey
  3. Premium Rajasthani henna – may be too stringy to dye thick or grey hair well

To buy henna or to find out more information contact Hennacat here.

Our secure online henna shop has all the supplies you need!

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Henna for parties http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-for-parties/ http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-for-parties/#respond Thu, 30 Jun 2016 15:57:54 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3639 Henna is a fascinating and beautiful way to decorate the skin and has been a custom in many countries for thousands of years. Henna is used to celebrate significant events such as marriage or to add interest at festivals or parties. Henna can be a fun and safe activity for any party and here [...]

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PageLines- box_find_artist.jpgHenna is a fascinating and beautiful way to decorate the skin and has been a custom in many countries for thousands of years. Henna is used to celebrate significant events such as marriage or to add interest at festivals or parties.

Henna can be a fun and safe activity for any party and here are examples of events you could hire a henna artist for:

  • Birthday or anniversary celebrations
  • Baby showers
  • Children’s parties
  • Bridal henna (for both traditional and non traditional weddings and civil ceremonies)
  • Hen party with a difference
  • Halloween parties
  • Bollywood theme parties and events
  • Charity fundraising
  • School fairs

Henna is totally safe and chemical free so fine for children or mums to be.

If you’d like to add a little something different to your party then get in touch with Hennacat here .

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Henna benefits for your skin http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-benefits-skin/ http://hennacat.com/blog/henna-benefits-skin/#respond Thu, 23 Jun 2016 15:51:24 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3633 Not only can henna be used for decorative body art on your skin, it can be used to treat the following conditions: Wounds One of the most notable uses of henna is for protecting the skin against infections and eliminating inflammation. Henna has been applied to burns, wounds, and scrapes for generations, not [...]

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uy henna for hair and mehndi from hennacat online henna shopNot only can henna be used for decorative body art on your skin, it can be used to treat the following conditions:

Wounds
One of the most notable uses of henna is for protecting the skin against infections and eliminating inflammation. Henna has been applied to burns, wounds, and scrapes for generations, not only because it can add a protective layer against foreign pathogens and substances, but also because it has natural cooling abilities that literally suck the heat from the skin. This makes it very useful for sunburns, in a similar capacity as aloe gel.

Prickly heat
Henna leaves can be smashed and mixed with pure water to create a smooth paste to treat prickly heat

Dandruff
Henna is a very effective dandruff removing agent. Using it with some other ingredients such as fenugreek and lemon can give magical effects against dandruff. It returns moisture to the scalp and prevents flaking and dandruff formation.

Nails
The cuticles and space under the nails are prime locations for infection and bacterial presence; therefore, treating your nails with henna is a wise choice. Drinking the water in which leaves have been steeped helps to prevent nails from cracking and also reduce inflammation. Applying a poultice directly to the nail beds can clear up irritation, pain, and infection in the nail beds.

To buy henna or to find out more information contact Hennacat here.

Our secure online henna shop has all the supplies you need!

 

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Why use Cassia powder? http://hennacat.com/blog/cassia-powder/ http://hennacat.com/blog/cassia-powder/#respond Thu, 16 Jun 2016 15:21:31 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3624           Cassia obovata is just like henna but has a different light golden dye molecule which gives a lovely lustre to pale coloured hair. When you mix this green leaf powder with warm liquid it has a strong smell similar to that of mowed grass, and can [...]

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Cassia obovata is just like henna but has a different light golden dye molecule which gives a lovely lustre to pale coloured hair.

When you mix this green leaf powder with warm liquid it has a strong smell similar to that of mowed grass, and can give you all the benefits of henna without the colour results on darker hair tones (and it won’t stain your hands!)

Hennacat’s certified organic fine cassia powder from Rajasthan:

  • Gives you soft, shiny and healthy looking hair
  • Improves the look of damaged hair (e.g. bleached, heat damaged) making it look thick and silky
  • Adds a beautiful golden sheen to dull or grey blonde hair
  • Cassia can help to bring out the brightness of hennaed hair, or help to gain different colours when used with henna

Cassia won’t make your hair lighter, if your hair is darker than pale blonde, but it will improve the texture and condition.

To buy henna for hair or to find out more information contact Hennacat here.
Our secure online henna shop has all the supplies you need!

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Henna is not temporary

Henna is a permanent hair dye, the only way to remove it is to grow it out, therefore its always recommended to do a strand test first.

 

Messy/stains

It will be messy and it does stain, but as they say you can’t make an omelette without breaking some eggs! Just make sure you wear gloves and cover surfaces, and all will be fine.  Its also wise to use a balm or Vaseline around your hairline as a protective shield for your face.

 

Henna will not lighten your hair tone

Henna is a chemically-free all natural hair dye. It doesn’t contain chemicals, or bleaching ingredients that would lighten your hair.

 

Coverage of highlights/roots

If you already have highlights or roots, it may not even out the tone, so the highlights will still show up, this however could make for a very pretty result.

 

Using chemical dyes after henna

As long as you use 100% pure henna powder, then you can use chemical dyes/treatments as you normally do. You won’t have to wait months to do your chemical treatments/dyes as the hair dresser may tell you. (Keep in mind, that the hair industry is run by major companies that push all types of chemical products. They are in no way trained, or specialising in henna, and natural hair care for the most part). You should give your hair a break in between treatments. Roughly about 1-2 weeks.

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5 Things to remember when mixing henna for hair http://hennacat.com/blog/things-remember-mixing-henna-hair/ http://hennacat.com/blog/things-remember-mixing-henna-hair/#respond Fri, 03 Jun 2016 14:13:36 +0000 http://hennacat.whiteleviathan.co.uk/?p=3615 1. Prepare 48 hours in advance Very important to remember: For optimum results you need to begin preparing your henna approximately 48 hours before you intend to use it. If you don’t give henna time to release its dye, or if you leave it languishing for too long, you will not get vibrant long-lasting stains. [...]

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1. Prepare 48 hours in advance

Very important to remember: For optimum results you need to begin preparing your henna approximately 48 hours before you intend to use it. If you don’t give henna time to release its dye, or if you leave it languishing for too long, you will not get vibrant long-lasting stains. If the ambient temperature is warm (i.e. middle of summer in the UK), you will need around 24 hours, if it is cool you will need around 48 hours.

2. Gather your supplies

You will need:

  • Henna
  • Black tea
  • A ceramic, plastic or stainless steel bowl and a plastic spoon
  • Cling film

3. Cover up

The mix can be messy and can stain anything it comes into contact with so make sure you cover all surfaces, yourself and wear gloves.

If you do spill some make sure you wipe it off immediately.

4. Mix the henna to the correct consistency

Add a little liquid at a time, not all at once to get the correct consistency.  Mix the liquid with the henna powder to create the gloopy consistency of yoghurt.

5. Let the mixture sit

Cover it with cling film, leave it somewhere warmish (such as on top of the fridge) and wait at least a couple of hours, or overnight for best results. This allows the dye to release and will change colour from green to dark brown.

 

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