Pro Hairdresser Tries Henna Hair Dye For The First Time

7. Sij 2021.
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Hi Beautiful! Today I try henna hair dye for the first time. Most hairdressers hate this stuff but I wanted to give it a fair chance and do all my own research. My findings were very interesting.
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  • Would you ever use henna hair dye?

    Brad MondoBrad MondoPrije 13 dana
    • I used it for almost 10 years. And actually i could get the exact same tone evertime. I would put a blond dye leave it for like 20 min, just to get a lighter base tone. . And then i would leave the henna for like 4 hours in my head... I was a ginger for almost 10 years using henna, and it was REALLY good for my hair! I regret dyeing my hair black :/ Oh and i could get a whole yes doing just the roots, because it would NEVER fade. This brand you used, is the worst brand for henna.

      Tamires FirminoTamires FirminoPrije 4 dana
    • Nope i would just dye my hair

      SugarSugarPrije 10 dana
    • @Netty Nai no when you try to take it off your skin peels

      Emily GreenEmily GreenPrije 13 dana
    • Only if i had very thin and damged hair

      [an:tea] aNtEa[an:tea] aNtEaPrije 13 dana
    • They sell a bunch in the shop

      GiGiGiGiPrije 13 dana
  • The only thing I don't like about henna is the removal of it when you want to try another color.

    Andria A.Andria A.Prije 39 minuta
  • I remember my grandma used to use Hanna for her hair put she used 100% pure idk how to get it in America but I remember my grandma having a red head like her hair natural hair is black or maybe dark brown and gray as well

    Manel HennicheManel HennichePrije 11 sati
  • You didn't use real Henna... Buy henna from someone who makes it themselves (someone whose family has been doing it for years preferably, because the recipe will be perfect) My uncle makes it himself and it's a recipe that's been in the family for centuries and it's AMAZING. Also as for staining the skin, that's what henna is for, mainly weddings and religious celebrations.

    Mahdiya TeladiaMahdiya TeladiaPrije 14 sati
  • You just didn't do your reaserch did you XD

    irish dancerirish dancerPrije 21 sat
  • I'm almost under the impression that this video was paid for by one of the artificial hair colour big player companies to deter people from using henna.

    Roxanne MacherzynskaRoxanne MacherzynskaPrije 22 sati
  • Btw I died my hair with black henna it was great

    borham borhamborham borhamPrije 23 sati
  • Henna is a spiritual ritual for me . A bonding with the earth. That's how I feel when I use it. Chemical dyes make give me heart palpitations and hair breakage. The hair only looks good due to all the products you have to use like foundation for the face but not with henna is actually heals and strengthens your hair and you won't need hair glaze crap.

    queenodettequeenodettePrije dan
  • I did henna hair dye for two years, and I loved it!! But in order to bleach my hair because I wanted to change it up, I had to let my hair COMPLETELY GROW OUT since my hair stylist wasn't comfortable with bleaching the henna out of my hair. She wasn't comfortable because some henna dyes react VERY badly with bleach and even other hair dyes, and can burn your hair completely off! I loved my henna hair, but it was time for a new style- BRIGHT BLUE, BABY 💙

    Kristen GuthmillerKristen GuthmillerPrije dan
  • one thing,,,as malaysian i am triggered by this one,,,i like brad's video but not this one

    Black WolfBlack WolfPrije dan
  • I'm starting to have wight hair and I'm considering henna because I don't want to bleach and want to avoid chemicals if I can Got some tips in the comments? Will it take at all?

    Nat lNat lPrije dan
  • I think its funny how everyone is judging Brad when he is just giving his opinion on something he has never used and something he and most people do t know much about. Get a grip people. And it is not like he is just bashing it, its just his opinion and is not a fan, oh well everyone does not have to like henna. I dont either,

    Francyne SandovalFrancyne SandovalPrije dan
  • As soon as I saw him putting that dry ass mixture on the hair I was LITERALLY screaming 😱 Brad do this video again and do it right!!!!

    sirius4evrsirius4evrPrije dan
  • Am I the only one who gets a lil bit of damon salvator vibes from him

    Jyoti PuniaJyoti PuniaPrije dan
  • I think you should make a video bleaching the hair that’s been colored with henna to see what happens! If it’s easy to bleach out or not 😁

    Lorena ALorena APrije dan
  • i thought that was actual sh!t in the thumbnail for a split second 👁️👄👁️💧

    Charlize Mel ( Thats bOoSh :V ) ChingcuangcoCharlize Mel ( Thats bOoSh :V ) ChingcuangcoPrije dan
  • I think Brad was just giving it a go he didn’t seem to be doubting it being a good natural choice he even states that at the end and some people may just select a box version if you did not have much knowledge of Henna , the box made it sound really natural and beneficial on its ingredients list , I thought it looked nice on the doll but I would like to see the experience users do it and see really how good it can look , interesting video for those of us who had no idea 🤷🏼‍♀️I’m glad Brad noted the difficulties in lifting it if you wanted go lighter again , good info

    blondepixeblondepixePrije dan
  • Hi guys..Can someone please tell me how to use henna properly?

    Dzebric M2Dzebric M2Prije dan
  • Clearly he doesn’t have any experience and knowledge about henna or ancient herbs and ayurvedic or any botanical plants and their medicinal properties. Because the way he reacted to those natural ingredients was hilarious. Its good stuff actually. So obviously he is very sceptical and judgy from the beginning. But his discomfort doesn’t change the fact that Henna is far better than any artificial hair dye in the market. And this is popular and widely used since ancient times especially in south asian countries and Arab countries. For alot of people it is cultural/ religious/ ayurvedic any of these influences. Also its a great way to cover grey hair without using nasty artificial dyes with chemicals. women and men use it . Even some men use it for beard. Anyways...i would rather use henna and not be so particular about the accuracy of shade coz its healthy for my hair and scalp and it will cover any grey hair and give me some volume effect. Works for alot of people.

    neha amreenneha amreenPrije dan
  • So nice to see a brazilian brand in your video! You should react to brazilian videos too ❤️

    Tássia Eugênia BagdonasTássia Eugênia BagdonasPrije dan
  • I'm a natural red head but my hair got blonder as I got older so i use henna red in my hair and have been for 5+ years and my hair is healthier and thicker than ever and it grew over a foot because I stopped using harsh chemicals on it. I just used it until I got the shade of deep red I wanted then I now only use in on my roots for touch ups. It takes forever to fade which is the best part since red dyes fade the fastest. I wouldn't use it though if I were someone who changed my hair color alot

    Kristina HKristina HPrije dan
  • I have used henna hair dye! It was actually what I used when I first started dyeing my hair as I wanted a dye that wouldn't harm my hair. It was the most beautiful colour and made my hair feel so healthy. However messy messy messy! Also when I finally wanted to change my colour I had to wait until it had fully grown out. I don't regret using it but I would never do it again because it was such a commitment.

    Shona DundonShona DundonPrije dan
  • My mom's been using henna dye for decades after a bleaching incident in her youth went awry. It's actually really popular in my culture and a lot of elders who despise white hair use it regularly as a good solution. It's well-known to be healthy and beneficial in Islam, and a few Sahabis used to dye their beards with henna.

    Salma HamedSalma HamedPrije dan
  • It doesn't stain your skin if you use Vaseline around before applying. I started using henna and I love it, hair is getting stronger and healthier I created a method that is easy and I can add different things to help hair. I will never be back with harmful chemicals

    marisol tohortonmarisol tohortonPrije 2 dana
  • My mom puts this on my hair every single year and at first i thought it was poop😂

    Sweet PotatoSweet PotatoPrije 2 dana
  • Does Henna cover grey hair

    Dora PrinslooDora PrinslooPrije 2 dana
  • Well... Wrong application and negative attitude from the start... What could go wrong? :D For real tho, I am using plant dyes(based on henna) for more than 5 years and it resolved my hair loss, dandruff with constant itching, which I had when I used conventional ones. Not to mention my hair feels thicker and looks glossier than it has ever been before. Yeah, it's limiting if you want to change colors and when you have dark hair (like me, plus whites). It does take longer time overall, but it's really worth it, in the end.

    MarchosMarchosPrije 2 dana
  • it wasnt very nice to call it shit its part of my culture

    xxPrije 2 dana
  • I dknt think ill ever use hena for hair dye but how about designs on your arm

    Ghina AmroGhina AmroPrije 2 dana
  • I'm from India and henna is like the most common and preferred hair dye in our country..... I've used it a few times.... And it gives amazing reddish shade to my brown hair.... Moreover, its natural and makes the hair feel smooth and voluminous..... I'd suggest people try it at least once.... See how it goes for you hair

    Sara AroraSara AroraPrije 2 dana
  • Love the colour

    Hair BSBHair BSBPrije 2 dana
  • It’s like putting a hair color and all the shades of that color in a jar and then just picking randomly lol

    Zoe BartonZoe BartonPrije 2 dana
  • If comparing the appearance of henna to poop or mud is triggering you or offends you, I think you may need to evaluate life. Stop being so sensitive. It really isn’t that big of a deal! I use products that are passed through my culture and some of them smell bad and look like poop too! And I love them. Who cares!

    Shell BellShell BellPrije 2 dana
  • No idea if they still sell it, but I used to get the "caca" aka henna from Lush. I had tried a couple colors (red, noir). I had to grate it with a cheese grater. I thought it made my hair look more shiny, and added a touch of color. Not drastic for me though, it was subtle. But it's a commitment since you can't use regular dye or anything else on it. I couldn't commit, the process kinda sucked.

    DaniDaniPrije 2 dana
  • You should react to Rachel Makseys Hair video!!! she does her hair with henna and it looks SOOO beautiful 🥰🥰🥰

    ami aami aPrije 2 dana
  • I love Emma in the vids! she used to be quiet 🥰🥰🥰

    ami aami aPrije 2 dana
  • I'm bald I just came to hear someone call me beautiful today

    Holly GambleHolly GamblePrije 2 dana
  • *now bleach it* *devil emoji

    rachel binetterachel binettePrije 2 dana
  • You people really like making drama out of nothinggggg, I’m literally an Egyptian, aka the first to discover henna in our ancient time, and I’m not offended at all, it was pretty funny in my opinion seeing someone new trying henna for the first time. And for the untrue facts he said, blame it on the site that spreading false information not brad, ofc he didn’t come up with this facts by himself, he said clearly he did research and that’s what he found so he’s not the one to blame 🙄😒

    Malak Mahmoud Ahmed ShawkyMalak Mahmoud Ahmed ShawkyPrije 2 dana
  • Not the best vid

    Emma CornejoEmma CornejoPrije 2 dana
  • I have used henna twice both times turned out pretty good. The first time I used colors and the second time light mountain.

    Millie WhitfordMillie WhitfordPrije 2 dana
  • I actually like him but I’m offended this time:(

    Jyothi UdupaJyothi UdupaPrije 2 dana
  • As a Brazilian As someone that use henna and use that mix that u used, as a ambientalist as well and someone interested in other cultures this video kinda annoyed me And its not pure henna but its really good for the hair, and the goal with this one is just a little change but still... could go better

    Clara SantosClara SantosPrije 2 dana
  • As an Asian I can guarantee you that henna is really good for your hair. I have henna plants in my garden and I use it's leaves to prepare henna mask twice a month. I don't know about the henna powder you are using but pure henna can do wonders.

    Irene cyrusIrene cyrusPrije 3 dana
  • Legit cringing. Brad, I don’t think you should mess with henna or even T O U C H henna. No hate but this is just 14 minutes of brad doing it wrong. I use henna all the time and this is really not it. Ik it’s one of your first times but you should’ve done research. Btw people use their hands while using henna. ( not being toxic

    MilxylyMilxylyPrije 3 dana
  • Hello Brad :)

    Draco MalfoyDraco MalfoyPrije 3 dana
  • I actually planted henna tree, but for my nail, sometime for skin on marriage ceremony if my neighbors need it, it's a beautiful red color ( ╹▽╹ )

    Akmalia LiaAkmalia LiaPrije 3 dana
  • "I wanna see just how off it is" That was the first red flag that Brad had a bias here and he didn't research because my aunt had put henna on my hair once when I was younger and the mixture along with the final result looked NOTHING like that. I have noticed with some items Brad does have a bias which is normally professional items and generally stuff that he's used to (take his professional dye vs box dye video for example, throughout the video he was so certain the box dye wouldn't work as well as the expensive one and that was the one that ended up having better colour) and he sounded a little arrogant towards henna. This video looks like it was his means of trying to discredit and find the cons with henna when he had basically done little to no research on it (which he didn't even have to clarify because we all could tell, he did everything wrong) The poop comment was also really unnecessary, he didn't use the correct method for it (showing lack of research) and then he pretty much insulted cultures which have had henna within them and see it as being auspicious (not to mention we use henna/mehndi for celebratory events such as religious festivals and weddings) pro tip Brad, if you don't want people to lash out at you maybe don't compare something that's an important part of their culture to feces. Honestly if you said it looked like mud that would have gone down better than comparing it to poop.

    Smooth RamenSmooth RamenPrije 3 dana
  • dig the steve irwin shirt

    Corrie MolleurCorrie MolleurPrije 3 dana
  • You did no research and it shows :( doing everything wrong for 15 minutes straight

    Melisa İnceMelisa İncePrije 3 dana
  • I freaking LOVE ur hair Brad!!!!

    Diana JohnstonDiana JohnstonPrije 3 dana
  • 😂😂

    Natasha WaitheraNatasha WaitheraPrije 3 dana
  • I can’t use it lol looks like poop

    Sherry McMillonSherry McMillonPrije 3 dana
  • The hair is almost same as mine at the beginning, the result was kinda cool but I'm scared for sure

    Nulu KozeNulu KozePrije 3 dana
  • these comments are just not it ;-;

    Megan StoreyCMegan StoreyCPrije 3 dana
  • Okay wtf is this? Literally no effort, no research, repeating stereotypes and myths. By this video you lost your credibility. Bye brad, I’m really disappointed

    Zuza StaszewskaZuza StaszewskaPrije 3 dana
  • After the dying process the final result takes time to develop because it oxidizes, which can take 2-3 days. A lot people new to henna are scared when the results are very bright, but it usually settles down a bit, making a vibrant yet natural shade. And if you use pure henna it is possible to bleach, I have seen several people do it successfully. BUT you have to research and know about henna. 💖😊

    00snackie0000snackie00Prije 3 dana
  • I feel so offended......👁️👄👁️

    bad influencerbad influencerPrije 3 dana
  • Please when is the purple coming back in stock. Want to buy it sooo much to do 2 toned hair 🥺🥺

    Lou JonesLou JonesPrije 3 dana
  • my North African Berberian grandma and great grandma are shaking hahaha in my hometown, women grow their own henna leaves, they ground them and use them all the time. I've done it twice with pure henna !!! you should never use these manufactured products! one time, I added beetroot water to make the color more burgundy, you should that too. AND, most importantly, you should leave it for 4h! we usually do it during summer because our heads get super cold. hope you can try doing it again

    misslittlesunshinemisslittlesunshinePrije 4 dana
  • brad , sweetie , henna works on natural live hair only ! also , you need to tweak it , and use pure unrefined unprocessed one . still love you though

    not a stat normalnot a stat normalPrije 4 dana
  • TURMERIC!! Do a video dying bleached hair with turmeric.

    Erin GoodmanErin GoodmanPrije 4 dana
  • With red I leave it on 4 hrs and keep a plastic shower cap or bag to keep it warm

    Raven VargasRaven VargasPrije 4 dana
  • Tip keeping the natural henna one the hair for like 4-8 hours makes it redder

    MagiMariMagiMariPrije 4 dana
  • The one I bought is regulated by the FDA though you have to mix it yourself but I used a different company than you did

    MagiMariMagiMariPrije 4 dana
  • Maybe when talking about the culture of others we refrain from comparing it to poop. 🤷‍♀️

    chelsey garrettchelsey garrettPrije 4 dana
  • I freakin love Emma 😂😂. Whisper I actually shit in it I fucking dead she so funny Or whatever her name is I forgot what was but I love her she so funny I wish they would show her on camera sometimes

    Kenzie MoraceKenzie MoracePrije 4 dana
  • Ps to the people who are offended can Grow a pair and get over it Brad mondo did nothing wrong who gives flying fuck if someone does like certain things not end world stop taking it personal fucking ridiculous why do give a fuck if someone. Doesn’t like something he wasn’t disrespectful it just his preference. Not like he disrespecting skin color get fuck over it this why men call women petty because bull shit like this

    Kenzie MoraceKenzie MoracePrije 4 dana
  • Throw some lightener on it 😂😂🤣🤣😂

    Brent HerrmannBrent HerrmannPrije 4 dana
  • Im a hairdresser & I’m watching brad’s vids to try to wrap my head around the concept of his channel. All of his videos are opinion based, how can u call yourself a hairdresser when you’ve had close to no salon experience. Half the shit he says is wrong I just don’t get how he is so popular

    Holly ObringerHolly ObringerPrije 4 dana
  • I find this video super frustrating. When I saw that Brad was going to do a henna video I was thrilled but in the end I was so disappointed. First off he didn't even get a good henna brand. When buying henna you want to make sure you research the types of henna you want to buy. Also it is important that you use hot water when mixing the henna. I also add a bit of lemon juice to add vibrancy. Plus you're supposed to leave henna in hair for at least 4 hours. Some people even leave it in over night. I don't because henna is admittedly heavy on the head and I find that hard to sleep in. Also you want to make sure that henna on your head stays moist because as it starts to dry it becomes cakey and is harder to get out of your hair. Also this is very important NEVER and I mean NEVER EVER mix henna with or in metal. My point is that I've lost a bit of pespect for Brad because of this video. He came into this video with a distain for henna and it shows.

    Emily HaireEmily HairePrije 4 dana
  • I have used it before. I love it, but it does absolutely seal the cuticle of the hair. Bleach will not lift it. It only fades marginally. It stays put until it grows out.

    Geekmom DGeekmom DPrije 4 dana
  • I used it for almost 10 years. And actually i could get the exact same tone evertime. I would put a blond dye leave it for like 20 min, just to get a lighter base tone. . And then i would leave the henna for like 4 hours in my head... I was a ginger for almost 10 years using henna, and it was REALLY good for my hair! I regret dyeing my hair black :/ Oh and i could get a whole yes doing just the roots, because it would NEVER fade. This brand you used, is the worst brand for henna Oh, and PURE HENNA does not reacts with any other chemicals. So, if you use some chemicals to make your hair straight, you can dye your hair with henna, because it does not reacts with chemicals Also you didn't use PURE henna

    Tamires FirminoTamires FirminoPrije 4 dana
  • The reason why the green paste dyes as red is because the henna oxidizes

    Yasmeen SYasmeen SPrije 4 dana
  • When i went from blonde to black its was super nice and my scalp didnt had reactions. And now after a year im platinum blond again. With box dye. U have different henna’s also without ppd and i took like 5 box dye’s over the year to get my platinum blonde back. The henna should be more watery brad u can also add some coffee for better effect.

    Real TalkReal TalkPrije 4 dana
  • Brad this one missed the mark. I've seen all of yours videos and usually you are much more educated than this. A fifteen minute google search could've helped you prepare better for this video, you gave zero insight in to the fact people have been using henna for hundreds of years for cosmetic purposes, you didn't even seem to have tried to choose an authentic henna to use on the hair. There was an opportunity to make a video I think a lot of people would've enjoyed and found informative but you rushed it with no research and it left a lot of people offended and confused. Please take this down or re-take it with more information and care.

    Elizabeth In real lifeElizabeth In real lifePrije 4 dana
    • my exact thoughts

      Melisa İnceMelisa İncePrije 3 dana
  • Henna has been used in everything that is beauty-related. From hair repairing to skin issues. Not to mention how braids in arabian peninsula use at as temporary tattoos in their hands and legs to look prettier. As an Arab, using henna has been a big part of my life and culture. I literally grew up with it, my mum used to henna my hair once a month for 10 years and this showed great results in making my hair longer and look healthier. She used to order the henna from a small village where my grandparents lived (where the henna was planted) in Yemen all the way to the UAE, it was 100% pure henna that was literally picked up from a tree! by just looking at the product you used in your video I can easily tell that it is NOT 100% pure. I know you probably read the comments and already got the idea that everything in your video was worng, but I can't help but to comment myself too. What pissed me up so much was the fact that you didn't let the henna stay for more longer time. At least henna needs 9 hours in your hair to show actual results. And the fact that you ignored all the great benefits of henna and only foucsed on "hair dye"! And you called it a poop? That was so disrespectful and unnecessary. Unfortunately this wasn't your best video brad, please brad, next time do some research before trying or talking about a specific product that you have no knowledge of to avoid triggering and upsetting your audience from the other side of the world lol. We still love you though ❣️

    Kkoo JhuKkoo JhuPrije 4 dana
  • How did this not get more thumbs down

    i ri rPrije 5 dana
  • Can you try to do an ashy color with henna?

    frag Katfrag KatPrije 5 dana
  • i have been using henna for 4 years now and my hair is silky smooth, i used it over red box dye for the first time and it restored my hair i never went back to box dye!! when i use henna i use 100% pure henna and leave it for at least 6 hours cause it becomes sooo fire red/orange i love it and the shine oh myyyy

    Jaya KJaya KPrije 5 dana
  • Brad: I've heard it can stain your skin pretty bad. Henna tattoo artists everywhere: I mean... That is true.

    Belle W.Belle W.Prije 5 dana
  • No one: Brad: offending and triggering south asians for 15 mins straight.

    huma khanhuma khanPrije 5 dana
  • My friend wants to dye her hair red but not all of it but the bottom and she has black hair and i just asking if you can see if that possible because idk about black hair and red

    Xxdarkwolf xXXxdarkwolf xXPrije 5 dana
  • I can’t speak to other colors of henna but I’ve been helping my mom color her hair with henna for years. We use the Lush bricks mentioned and have great success. Mom’s hair is very curly, and a mix of grey, white, and level 4/5 brown. We use a small double boiler to heat the product with water to a thick “soup like” consistency. The easiest application we have found is to paint it on with a small brush starting from the crown of the head, twisting the colored portion into a bun as we go. This ensures proper saturation and helps when you go to develop. The henna mixture sits on her head, under plastic wrap and a heat cap, for at least 3 hours. The end result is always a beautiful, rich red with fiery copper highlights where her hair is grey/white. The Lush formula is suspended in several natural oils, so the time spent in the heat cap is also like a deep conditioning treatment (her curls always feel amazing afterward). She hasn’t returned to more traditional color since starting henna. I used to use it regularly and did completely change my hair color - the caveat there is that I’ve also been told by my stylists that my hair gives up color quite easily (and I have a pixie cut). While I don’t think henna is for everyone, I know my mother is always happy with her results and the process of coloring her hair gives us girl time together. Great video!!!!

    Larryn PatriceLarryn PatricePrije 5 dana
  • Henna is great if you don’t want to go blonde after bleached my hair 4 times now and still orange/ red in the ends where I had henna...I gave up just rockin it

    Kristy MakkaKristy MakkaPrije 5 dana
  • Brad you should do a video trying to get the henna out of miss manni quinn

    Cheyenne RossettiCheyenne RossettiPrije 5 dana
  • After watching this video I'm feeling hate for Brad Mondo ... Disgusting ..

    Saba JhangirSaba JhangirPrije 5 dana
  • Please bring back Eric

    Mini CutnessMini CutnessPrije 5 dana
  • Is it weird that i had only herd of henna for temp tattoos and freckles before this???

    Anabelle's LifeAnabelle's LifePrije 5 dana
  • I believe Lucille Ball used Henna to achieve her famous red hair.

    Lisa PPhoenixLisa PPhoenixPrije 5 dana
  • i love u brad but u were being sooo shady in this one...

    Josephine RichterJosephine RichterPrije 5 dana
  • I had henna red hair for around 3 years. Henna is an awesome option if you are COMMITTED to being a red head for a while. Multiple henna treatments took my box dye black hair up to a gorgeous shade of red in around 6 months with absolutely no damage. Another fun thing about henna is that when you have henna red hair and the light catches it, it looks like it's glowing. Like honestly, if you want to be a red head for a long time, I don't see any reason to use anything but henna.

    Madeleine GMadeleine GPrije 5 dana
  • You need to go to Brazil to understand those ingredients 😂😂 guarana is freakin so yummy

    Samantha JeppersonSamantha JeppersonPrije 5 dana
  • Im offended by this video, pure natural henna is really really good for your hair. I am Indian and I use black henna on my hair and its super healthy, soft, shiny and healthy. People judge it just because it looks weird and they think its bad for you but seriously, henna is the safest option for hair dying. You need to try it, my mom also adds eggs to it for a good shine. Please try it first before being rude towards it. I'm really disappointed in you Brad, just because you're a hair dresser doesn't mean you know everything and you were really rude towards it like damn. It was very disrespectful towards the Asian culture like henna is a really big part of our culture and saying it looks like shit is just too far. That was just unacceptable and you NEED to apologize.

    taetae_ toffeetaetae_ toffeePrije 5 dana
  • Best test to prove henna credibility is time. Women from India and African descents are using it since agesss and it does what they want.

    Shivani SharmaShivani SharmaPrije 5 dana
  • In some GCC countries women add Hibiscus juice to henna to make the final result more burgundy, lemon juice to make it more ashy, and coffee or chocolate to make it more brown

    H. AlraisH. AlraisPrije 6 dana
  • 😍😍😍😍

    Ana MariaAna MariaPrije 6 dana
  • I actually really liked this video.... I don’t really get all the hate. I worked at Lush before and our henna dye never sold because of most of the stuff Brad talked about in his video. Believe me, I watched a million videos on HRworld and did research online on how to use henna dye just so I could be informed and try to sell the dang thing to customers but nobody wanted it. I eventually bought it myself and meticulously followed instructions to dye my mom’s hair and it didn’t work for her at all. It did absolutely nothing for her gray hair and we found the entire process to be painstakingly complicated. You could argue it was the henna or it was us not doing it correctly, etc., but I mean, it’s what it is. Brad didn’t necessarily do anything wrong in discussing the topic, he literally just pointed out the pros and cons of it.

    Jennifer VelasquezJennifer VelasquezPrije 6 dana
  • Brad usually you're great but you're gonna need some toner for your culturally insensitive comments here honey. The henna you mixed is *way* too thick; it needs to be about the same consistency as mixed bleach. If you really want to test henna, look for a southeast indian supplier or someone based locally who stocks real henna and not just the box stuff. It's been used, tested, and expertly practiced for thousands of years - just not in Western hair salons, which sounds like the perspective you're coming from (and I'm white as hell too, so don't just take my word for it. Read the comments from SE Asian folks in the comments, and listen to what they're saying please.)

    Rina!Rina!Prije 6 dana
  • Henna is a part of my culture, this was OFFENSIVE and DISGUSTING.

    BrindaliciousBrindaliciousPrije 6 dana