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    The Final Colour

    • After 48 hours you will not see any further colour darkening, the Henna Stain has finished oxidising and reached its optimum colour.
    • The exact shade of each piece of Henna Body Art is dependent upon each individual's skin type , skin condition and their initial aftercare. The usual colour is within a ‘Burgundy/Brown’ colour range.
    • Henna works best on the areas of the body with the thickest epidermal layers, like the hands and feet (also knees and elbows). The same rule applies in reverse, where the skin is thinner the stain appears lighter by comparison, like on the neck, collarbone and face.
    • If you have ‘peeling’ skin from sunburn, or any areas of ‘flaky’ dry skin, then do not apply Henna Paste to those areas; as the colour will appear to peel away or flake off when your skin does, giving a patchy appearance.
    • When you first remove your Henna Paste, and during the colour development time, you need to be gentle with your skin. Avoid scrubbing, or rubbing it, only use mild soap and warm water when bathing/showering, then gently pat the area dry etc…

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