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December 22, 2012

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Trace Willans

When I used to henna my hair, I mixed it to slighlty loosrer consistency and added a little olive oil and then put it in a mayonaisse squeezy bottle and then just parted my hair applied and reteated. It made the whole process way easier and less messy, x te

Steel

That is such a good idea Trace! I've tried all sorts of methods over the year to put it on.

Apart from slapping it on with my fingers, earlier in the year I tried using the waxed plastic bag that cereal comes in as a sort of henna 'icing bag', which was interesting, but ultimately it kept squeezing out the top no matter how tight I twisted the top.

This time I used a 2.5 inch wide paintbrush to put it on, but I'll give your method a go next time.

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