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Creating Highlights in Hair

Discussion in 'Hair Care & Hair Styles' started by Divya4648, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. Divya4648

    Divya4648 New IL'ite

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    I used to colour my hair with dye and since last 3 years I have changed to Henna hair colour.

    I am too afraid now to use hair dye as it can have on hair and scalp if you use on hair has had Henna on it.

    I am wanting to create hightlights, just a few around the front on my hair. How can I do this with Henna? What mix? (I usually add chai (black tea), coffee and lemon juice into the water before I mix overnight with Henna).

    If I can't use Henna to create highlights what else do you recommend that I use?
     
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  2. Arunarc

    Arunarc Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi Divya
    I don't think you can highlight your hair with henna, henna gives only one colour.
    for creating highlights on your hair you will have to use hairdye and that too you cannot use hairdye on henna colour.
     
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    melissa5locks New IL'ite

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    I get my hair highlighted several times a year so I really need something that is going to make my hair smooth and it not be dried out anymore. Shielo Hydrate conditioner has really helped in so many ways. For one I love the smell it is not strong but also not to weak it is the right amount of a smell. Another thing the Shielo Hydrate shampoo itself is not really thick it has a silky smooth feel to it. It lathers up really really well and cleans so well.

    Another thing is that you don't have to keep rinsing your hair to get all of the shampoo it comes out very well. Also I have to little kids and one thing is really nice about this is that it is mild enough on the skin that you can use it to wash your little ones hair so that is a plus for me.
     

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