Hibiscus or Jaswand is known as one of the best secrets to beautiful and healthy hair.
Benefits of Hibiscus:
- promotes hair growth
- assist with split ends
- thickens hair
- a hair cleaning agent
- stops hair fall
- gives a healthy luster with bounce
- delays premature graying
- used as a natural hair dye
- use as a drinkable tea or a refreshing drink
There are different kinds of Hibiscus flowers, from Africa to Asia.
The Hibiscus I purchased was imported from African, Egypt. I chose a African Hibiscus because its a more darker red than others and I’m hoping it to assist with coloring my hair a dark cherry or burgundy tone.
Where to purchased: *If you purchase Hibiscus, be sure to search Hibiscus powder, not the flower. Otherwise you’ll have to grind the flower into a powder. I purchased my Hibiscus powder from http://www.starwestbotanicals.com $20 plus shipping and handling, 100% pure USDA certified. The powder they supply is grind down perfectly, zero grainy bits. Locks onto the hair soothly, and rinses out get. No hassle.
Hibiscus & Nupur Henna Mix:
- apple cider vinegar
- warm water
- castor oil
- bringraj oil
- coconut oil
- Nupur and Hibiscus powder
Apply the gloss to hair
After I rinsed out the mix, I deep condition with my DIY conditioner (DIY link): https://happykinksforever.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/diy-deep-condintioner-natural-hair-4b4c/
after ALL that, I applied my leave in, and did a wash and go.
Clearly I was having fun with the camera. Also, I my results where great. My hair felt shiny, bounce, tangle free, and had major curl definition. I love Hibiscus powder, and will be adding it to my daily regime. 🙂
Stay Nappy beauties!