FAQs


1.    How long does brown henna last?

a.     14-20 days

2.    How long does black henna last?

a.     7 days

3.    How long does white henna last?

a.     White henna washes off as soon as you wash your hands. It doesn’t stain your skin at all.

4.    How long does the whole process take?

a.     Henna takes approximately 10-45 minutes each depending on the design.

5.    How much does henna cost?

a.     Henna prices start at $15 and goes up depending on the design. You can text us a picture of a design to 862-215-7842 for a price.

6.    How long does the drying process take for brown henna?

a.     Drying process for brown henna takes 20-30 minutes. After the henna is dry you need to keep the brown henna as WARM as possible for 4-5 hours: for example: in front of a heater or blow dryer.

7.    What is the process to wash off brown henna?

a.     After leaving the henna on your skin for 5 hours you can wash it with warm water.

8.    How long does it take for the brown henna to stain?

a.     When you wash off brown henna you will have an orange-brown stain. Brown henna will take 24-48 hours for it to stain its normal dark brown color.

9.    How long does the drying process take for black henna?

a.     Drying process for black henna takes 20-30 minutes. After the henna is dry you need to keep the black henna as COLD as possible for 4-5 hours: for example: in front of a fan or air conditioner.

10. What is the process to wash off black henna?

a.     After leaving the henna on your skin for 5 hours you can wash it with COLD water only!! If the water is NOT cold it will NOT stain black.

11. How long does it take for black henna to stain?

a.     Black henna stains immediately after you wash it after 5 hours with cold water.

12. What is the peeling process for black and brown henna?

a.     Black henna will peel exactly how it is drawn on the skin. The goal is NOT to peel it off yourself, but let it fall off naturally.

b.     Brown henna will peel into small little crumbs. The goal is NOT to pick on the little crumbs of the henna, but let it fall off naturally.