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Lush Cosmetics Henna Product

Post by cocochanel on 23rd March 2011, 4:44 pm

I'm interested in trying Henna and I must say that I am overwhelmed by all the ingredients. I guess am lazy because after working 10+ hours a day I do want to go through the hassle. Anywho I saw the LUSH has Henna bars that are ready for use after adding, water, tea, or whatever your choice.


My question is has anyone on here tried it and if so what was your outcome.

Thanks in advance!
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Post by LoveZaporiah on 23rd March 2011, 5:02 pm

I so want to see the answers. I've been thinking about trying Lush as well.
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Post by prodigy on 23rd March 2011, 9:50 pm

I actually tried the LUSH henna in November of last year, but that was the first and last time I used it. I tried the black/indigo henna, but I can't say that the process was any easier than a regular henna mix. For starters, I didn't have a cheese grater, so it took some time to grate down the henna before adding the water. In terms of prep time, I'd say it was the same, if not more, than regular henna. In addition, it's so incredibly expensive. I think I paid around 22 bucks for it, and ended up purchasing the rest of my henna from my local Indian grocer. I'd say give it a try, but there wasn't a significant difference in prep time.

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Post by RBelle on 23rd March 2011, 11:42 pm

I have to agree with prodigy...

I tried the caca marron henna bar a few months ago. I had to use a cheese grater to get it to a powder. I had nice color results, but it took more time to prepare than the henna that is already powdered. I had to co-wash my hair 5 times to remove most of the debris; but i still did not get it all out. I still have 3 squares left over; but I am not sure if I want to go through the grating ordeal...
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Post by LoveZaporiah on 24th March 2011, 1:00 am

the only reason im really interested in the product is because i cant find an Indian store to save my life so that i can buy some henna and im so hesitant to buy it offline.
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Post by faithscurls on 24th March 2011, 2:57 am

I recently ordered Lush's Henna Block and I'm awaiting it's arrival. I am not located near local retailers also. However, I do believe I will make my future purchases from hennasooq in the future. Once I receive it and try it I will definitely re-post.

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Post by cocochanel on 24th March 2011, 10:44 am

Thanks for responding ladies and faithcurls please make sure to let us know how your henna treatment went.


Peace, love and stay free ladies.
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