Pros and cons of dyeing Basma hair
To change, try on new images, surprise, intrigue, fascinate - without this, a real woman can hardly live. One of the most frequent changes, which resorts to the fair sex - dyeing hair.
Modern tools give a wide field for experimentation, providing an opportunity to experiment with shades, while caring and nourishing curls. But, it should be noted that pleasure is not cheap. Because today we decided to recall the available, and already known for many centuries the paint - basma.
New vs time-tested
According to historical data, for the first time such a coloring matter became known as early as the 7th century BC. Then the eastern women used it not only to give a shade to locks, but also as a mask for their strengthening.
What is Basma? It is a powder, which is obtained from the leaves of a tree called "indigofera". It is noteworthy that, of these, a dense blue dye, known to us under the tone of "indigo", is also produced.
Outwardly, such a product has an unattractive appearance at all - the usual blue-green powder. But it is he who has a lot of advantages:
- Naturalness Nothing extra in the composition. This characteristic is often the main one for those women who want to look attractive, but are allergic to chemicals. In this case, indigosphere powder is ideal. It rarely causes undesirable reactions and is safe in almost all cases.
- Recovery. For dry hair - just a must. Chemical compositions will make such strands even more dry and brittle, but basma on the contrary will give them a healthy shine and radiance.
- Increased growth. This paint also affects hair follicles, activating their growth. Double the effect can add a small amount of burdock oil.
- Dandruff removal. Due to the aggressive effect of chemical dyes, the work of the sebaceous glands of the scalp can be disturbed, which leads to the appearance of dandruff. It can be very difficult to get rid of it, especially if staining with modern paints is systematic.Basma does not violate the natural pH of the scalp, and does not cause irritation and flaking, thereby helping to gradually cope with an unpleasant problem.
- Increase volume. A great bonus for owners of thin and rare curls.
- Long color retention. 1.5-2 months you can enjoy the beautiful overflows. But after this time, it is necessary to resort again to staining, as it may appear blue or red.
But not this natural remedy and minuses is not deprived. And which ones:
- Use only for natural hair. On dyed strands, the powder may produce an unexpected chemical reaction.
- Experience Those who first use natural dyes after flushing may be unhappy with the result. After all, it depends on two main factors: the selected proportions and the exposure time. Therefore, the first attempts may not be entirely successful.
- The need to use a pair. By itself, basma can give a greenish tone. If you do not want unpleasant surprises, it is better to mix it with henna. The same effect can occur in the case of the use of "stale" paint.
- Difficulties with flushing.Since the powder is made from ground leaves, small particles can wash out poorly. And the rest will be some time to crumble with dry strands.
As for contraindications, then:
- Basma is not recommended to be used on fully and even partially colored hair in order to avoid the appearance of a green tint;
- should not be used more often than once a month, as this can lead to excessive dryness of the strands and their hypersensitivity to the components of the coloring composition;
- Care must be taken when using for light curls due to the risk of gray after washing out.
How to paint the curls with the help of Basma? Let's understand the intricacies. First, pay attention to the expiration date. If it is normal, but the powder is lumpy and moist to the touch, it is better to refuse to use it.
To obtain a rich chestnut tone, you need to mix basma and henna in equal quantities, pour boiling water on it, stir it and make a mass of consistency resembling thick cream. Apply over the entire length and leave for 1.5-2 hours, then rinse thoroughly.
Black with red tides will work out if you combine basma and henna in a 2: 1 ratio, pour in water, and then add 2 tbsp. beet juice. The procedure takes 1-2 hours.
For effective shading of gray hair, first you need to paint with henna, and after basma. The shorter the last exposure time, the brighter the tone.
If the result was not quite expected, and the strands became darker than we would like, you can use a simple trick - wash them with soap or lemon juice. This will help lighten them up a bit.
Date: 09.10.2018, 09:24 / Views: 52353
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