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Henna Hair for Beginners ❤️ The Healthy, Natural way to Dye Hair at Home!

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Hey guys! Welcome back to my channel. Today we are going on a journey together

we are going to dye my hair. If you guys have been watching me for a while, either

on one of my previous channels or on my vlog channel, you know that I have

probably had most natural hair colors under the sun. I have had extremely dark

hair that was borderline black; I have had platinum blonde hair; multiple levels

of brown in between, and I have ventured into the more unnatural colors when my

hair was blonde (on bits and pieces of my hair, I don't think I ever dyed my entire

head of fun color). But I think out of all of the colors I've ever colored my hair,

my favorite of all time was red. Deep down inside, I want to be a redhead so

badly. I have wanted that my entire life. This is my natural hair color

I haven't colored it for probably a few years now. If I play in the sun enough it

actually pulls a little bit red, but I, alas, I'm not a redhead. But today that

changes; we are going to make new redhead. So like I mentioned, I have actually

colored my hair red in the past. When my hair was red, I could not take a shower

without it bleeding out a little bit, and I think that's a pretty typical

experience for most people who are not natural redheads. But there is one way to

get red hair and have it not fade over time and that way is coloring your hair

with henna. It is considered probably one of the most permanent colors you can

color your hair, and that's actually exactly why I wanted to give it a try.

I want the red hair back, but I don't want it to fade.

That's where henna comes in. For those of you who don't know, henna is literally