The ingredients in the Neha Herbal Henna featured in the video is henna, harad, bahera, alma, shikakai, coffee, kattha, brahmi, and bhringraj.
Tips: * Lightly shampoo hair after rinsing out henna gloss. This guarantees that you remove all the henna and it should prevent your hair feeling dry and crunchy (this is due to the henna left on your hair).
* Henna will stain your hands -- wear gloves.
* When making your henna gloss and deep conditioning your hair, make sure to use a moisturizing conditioner. Henna has the effect of a protein treatment, so it is important to avoid any protein-based conditioners.
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