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Habibs Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs Review

by Sreeparna Ganguly

Who is it for? Habibs Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs is a mixture of 4 potent hair care herbs Henna, Jatamansi, Amla, and Brahmi. It soaks up excess oil to give clean scalp and bouncy hair. It also conditions hair and makes them lustrous. This henna covers grey hair by 25% and can also be used for natural highlights.

Habibs Aesthetics Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs

 

Price- Rs.170 for 200gm
Natural/Vegan/Organic?

Active ingredients are herbal but perfume has been added.

My Experience with Habibs Aesthetics Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs

Packaging- 

This henna mix comes in a white colored plastic tub. The tub has a green color screw open lid. The tub houses 200gm of product, so it is quite big in size; not that travel-friendly. But, I do not travel anywhere with my henna tub so the bulkiness of packaging does not matter much to me. Henna can be quite messy and that is why there is a sealing foil to secure the wide opening of the tub. The packaging is good and sturdy.

Colour & Texture-

This henna powder is a finely milled powder that looks light brown when dry. Its color changes to dark brown when the powder is soaked in water. It leaves behind an orangish brown tint. This tint stains grey hair but cannot fully cover them with artificial hair colors or dyes. This henna powder is very easy to work with. It makes very smooth paste free from lumps.

Fragrance-

This henna has light herbal kind of fragrance to it. The fragrance is not from its core ingredients; it has been added to make the henna smell good. I do not personally like the artificial fragrance part since I do not want to put some extra chemical in my already dry hair. The smell, however, lasts only a few seconds as you soak the powder in water.

Experience-

I generally use this henna for conditioning my dry hair and treat my annoying dandruff issues. I have naturally dark brown hair. This henna does not bring any significant change in my hair’s original colour. It just gives me slight reddish tint that can only be seen in sunlight. This henna dries my hair unless I use oil or curd as its base. It does remove dandruff and itchiness of scalp for few weeks. I need to keep my scalp or hair oiled regularly to strike out the dryness left by the henna. It gives volume and bounce to my thin hair. I have not experienced any change in my hair fall rate for this henna. I have used some other famous henna before using this but this one has won my heart as it keeps my scalp issues at bay for the longest period.

Habibs Aesthetics Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs 4

Habibs Aesthetics Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs 5

Pros-
  1. Contains hair-friendly herbs like Bhringaraj, Amla, Jatamansi etc.
  2. Washes dandruff and product build-up away
  3. Keeps itchiness of scalp at bay
  4. Did not cause extra hair fall
  5. Gives slight reddish tint to my naturally brown hair
  6. Will give red-orange highlight to grey hair
  7. Volumizes limp hair
Cons-
  1. Artificial fragrance is added
  2. May dry out dry and damaged hair
  3. Does not control hair fall
Would I Repurchase or Recommend?

Habibs Aesthetics Henna Rare Mix of Himalayan Herbs is a powder form henna mix that can be used to highlight hair, cover greys, and conditioning purpose. It takes care of my dandruff and scalp itchiness problem so I will buy it again. I will recommend this to someone with oily limp hair or someone who has scalp irritations, dandruff etc.

Rating-4.5/5

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7 comments

Meghal January 9, 2018 - 3:43 PM

Really nice review and the product ??
Natural stuff for highlights
Giving it a try soon

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Sreeparna Ganguly January 9, 2018 - 3:56 PM

Thank you Meghal 🙂
I am really happy to find this. Do try :haanji

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Smriti January 9, 2018 - 4:24 PM

Wow. Travel friendly too. This seems interesting. Very well described sreeparna. As always.

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Sreeparna Ganguly January 9, 2018 - 6:45 PM

Thank you :love
Not at all travel friendly 🙁
It’s a big tub containing 200gm product :confused

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Smriti January 9, 2018 - 8:10 PM

Oh. They could have given like a stopper with some holes in it for easy extraction of the product.

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Chaity Chakraborty January 9, 2018 - 4:57 PM

Thanks for helping me out as I am also suffering from the same dandruff problem. Must say it is a very good write up. :good:

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Sreeparna Ganguly January 9, 2018 - 6:49 PM

Thank you Chaity :love :rose:
I make hair pack for dandruff using it. You can do that too using henna, curd lemon etc.

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