The Difference between: Natural henna, black henna, jagua, and white henna
How to Differentiate Between 100% Natural Henna & Black Henna
Look at the color of the paste.Natural Henna paste is dark green or greenish brown in color while black henna paste is black.
Smell it.Natural henna has a strong odor while black henna has neither chemical or no fragrance at all.
Look at the color of the tattoo.Natural henna leaves orange color & start turning dark in 24-48 hrs but black henna leaves a black stain in no time. If you see artists have black spots (instead or orange or brown), it's a hint she/he is using black henna.
Look closely at the artist's designs.Artist cannot make very fine & smooth design with black henna due to the paste composition. With natural henna, it can be very minute, intricate, & fine.
Find out how they want you to take care of the tattoo.If the artist doesn't give you lots of instructions on how to take care & why it's important to keep the tattoo away from moisture, it is a RED flag. Natural henna needs lot of care to get dark color, but black henna leaves black stain without any care at all & moisture doesn't effect the stain either.
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Date: 01.12.2018, 08:01 / Views: 84185