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Indigo is what we use to make our jeans blue and our hair black. Learn more about Indigo hair dye and how you can use it to dye your hair.
Indigofera (indigo) is a flowering plant, and is widely used for hair dye. It is a green/blue powder and smells like frozen peas. It is also what they use to make blue jeans in the old days. We use it to create a luscious deep jet black, browns,deep reds and mahogany hair color. It is easily mixed and does wonders for your hair. Cover the gray the natural way!TM With Harvest Moon Indigo. Our Indigo comes from a flower and is not man made, it comes from Mother Nature.
Some people can use indigo all by itself to get a permanent black, while others have to use henna and indigo.
There is 3 ways to make black with indigo:
One way is to wash hair twice, mix indigo powder with warm water and apply.
Mix the indigo with warm tap water and apply immediately to clean dry hair and rinse 1 to 1 ½ hours later.
Some people will achieve a permanent black by doing this. Some cases it will turn a slight purple or green at first and then it will turn black within 48 hours. Some it might turn purple or green or it might not be permanent. If this one step does not work for you, you will need to purchase the black kit. It comes with 100 grams of henna and 100grams of indigo.
The kit does not mean you have to do a 2 step just yet. You might be able to get away with mixing 3 parts indigo to 1 part henna. If this does not work then you will need to do the two step process. It is the most tedious, but also the most rewarding because of the conditioning effects.
Indigo is a green powder that many confuse for henna. Harvest Moon indigo is mainly for the hair, it will only stain hair, hands and some parts of the feet green then turns blue to black within 24 hours. Some people say it smells like frozen peas.
Indigo (black hair dye or sometimes referred as black henna) has been used almost as long as Henna. Harvest Moon Indigo is derived from plants
Indigo has been used in India, Arabia, Egypt,China, Yemen, Oman and Iran for hundreds of years.
FD&C Blue No. 2, FDA approved blue coloring is purified indigo. It's in our food, in our soaps and shampoos and in cosmetics. Most people have had their skin accidentally stained with indigo at least once, from wearing new clothes, or blue jeans. Excess indigo in the fabric will stain skin blue. it comes off of the skin very easily but is mostly permanent in the hair.