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  • lulu smith
    lulu smith  46 minutes back

    Henna is all about allergy friendly and eco friendly options

    • Krista Ranuro
      Krista Ranuro  4 hours back

      I felt it when she went 🍈

      • Krista Ranuro
        Krista Ranuro  4 hours back

        I felt it when she went 🍈

        • Mia Elliott
          Mia Elliott  4 hours back

          Blunder bunny: exists
          No one: ———
          Absolutely no one: -_-
          Brad mondo: I’m gay but she has a nice rack

          • Maya Habee
            Maya Habee  6 hours back

            Henna is actually an alternative hair dyes and even "tattoos" for Muslims due to religious beliefs. (even though there are Muslim men and women who don't mind colouring their hair with permanent hair dyes, because let's face it, if you're not good with henna, it can be pretty bad and they actually smell super weird tbh XD)

            • Mama Lou
              Mama Lou  6 hours back

              First off mixing it with coffee is terrible that acidity in coffee just will mess up the pH level of your hair. When I use to do henna I use to boil beets and hibiscus flowers for one hour and then mix the water in with the henna which gave it a redder plum tone.
              I miss the deep conditioning of henna but I get the same form of conditioning from a coconut oil and egg leavein treatment.

              • Bekah Schmaltz
                Bekah Schmaltz  7 hours back

                "I am VERY gay however..."😂🤣😂🤣 I love that hahahaha

                • Rei Hino
                  Rei Hino  8 hours back

                  Unpopular opinion. I have used henna once. Plucked the leaves from a tree, made a paste and applied it. It did give my dark brown hair a reddish-orange tone but it was not vibrant. It made my hair frizzy and washing it made me lose some hair. My hair was healthy before. Never again.

                  • Jodie Scott
                    Jodie Scott  10 hours back

                    My mum's friend uses it and it was realllly red it went ginger sometimes x

                    • Jade
                      Jade  10 hours back

                      You’re very negative and too judgemental this video

                      • Micheala Young
                        Micheala Young  14 hours back

                        Henna smells fucking awful. Not like Macha at all.

                        • jason Shores
                          jason Shores  15 hours back

                          If you go to someone that actually knows how to use henna it's beautiful. Her bewbs are a topic of their own. Bloody Hell her bra costs must be insane.

                          • Meh
                            Meh  16 hours back

                            When you keep your hair all natural and want to keep it one color so you don't have to worry about the henna vs conditioner argument -


                            • NinjaSixT4
                              NinjaSixT4  19 hours back


                              • draconistarum
                                draconistarum  20 hours back

                                1. It takes me less than 5 minutes to mix up my henna the night before, I just warm up some water in the microwave and mix it in with a bit of lemon juice (the acidity actually isn't necessary, it just helps the color to deposit/form quicker) then let it cure while I sleep.
                                2. You just put the color on your head (I only redye my roots, I never put it over the rest of my hair) wrap it up, and go about my day running errands around the house. And no it doesn't take days for the color to show up, the color payoff is immediate after you wash it out. What she meant by that is it will be much more of a brighter orangey color at first, but after about a day or so it tones down to a lot more natural hue.
                                3. I have used just about every type of bleaching and coloring my hair under the sun, so I have used many different types of hairdye, including dying my hair red for years with regular hair color before switching over to henna. The dye would literally wash out and fade within a matter of a week or two, and over time my hair got REALLY damaged. The upkeep on that was horrible as opposed to what it is with henna just going over my roots every 1.5 months or so. So it's not a matter of not having much experience with hairdye beforehand, but probably the opposite for most.
                                4. It's incredibly cheap, one $10 bag of henna has lasted me well into a year because I only need just enough to cover my roots.
                                5. It provides a protective barrier over the hair from the sun and other harsh weather, it's great for us who have really long hair and want to keep it healthy.
                                6. The color payoff is amazing, and since it doesn't bleach the hair, each shade of red is unique to the person depending on their natural haircolor. And for me, being a natural ashy blonde, it looks incredibly natural and people always assume it's just my natural hair color!

                                • Fliskography
                                  Fliskography  21 hours back

                                  Lol. Men are still men.
                                  This is weird, I never thought or knew but now I do. Henna used as hair dye. Hmm.

                                  • Nerdyleahbear Love
                                    Nerdyleahbear Love  21 hours back

                                    “I’m sorry I can’t quite pay attention right now.... I am very gay, however.. there’s some big things on her chest..”

                                    Am I the only one who didn’t really pay attention I’m not gay I promise but bro... #ittybittytitty Community lmao

                                    • The Cool Bi Kid
                                      The Cool Bi Kid  21 hours back

                                      Brads the only one who calls me beautiful 💞

                                      • rachel
                                        rachel  21 hours back

                                        you and eric are so extra and i loves it

                                        • Alix Fowler
                                          Alix Fowler  22 hours back

                                          Don’t do it henna never comes out of your hair you have to grow it out

                                          • Queen manayer Al dosari
                                            Queen manayer Al dosari  22 hours back

                                            We use henna in our hands only but When we use it in our hair I don’t use it on my hair for like 20 years I am 20 I never dyed my hair in any color or use Hannah so it’s only for hands but if you use it on your hair you should let it stay for 7 to 8 or and take a both

                                            • Suraiya Sharker
                                              Suraiya Sharker  23 hours back

                                              I absolutely love henna it's very popular in my culture and it looks really nice on my hair because I am going gray in my 20s due to genetics but henna gives if a beautiful brownish color because I add coffee grounds which looks great on my dark hair.

                                              • D Mc
                                                D Mc  1 days back

                                                Those bazookas were BONKERS! That’s just too much tittie! I’m never sorry!

                                                • puddikawiigamin g
                                                  puddikawiigamin g  1 days back

                                                  Arac mondo Brad mondo twin

                                                  • Dadark TAK
                                                    Dadark TAK  1 days back

                                                    Actually for those who are wondering, you can do henna with colored hair bc I do it on my mom and it works pretty well.... however I don't really know if it works for every henna and people since the brand of henna specified it worked on colored hair and my mom was dyed in blonde and she did blonde henna :/

                                                    • Amoy Hong Ping
                                                      Amoy Hong Ping  1 days back

                                                      henna is an Indian mixture they use to draw on their hands and feet when it is Divali and marriages. It stains your hands and feet the longer it dried the more bright the colour and the longer it stays on. It's natural for hair with no damage. I've even seen people use it to treat their scalp or even grow hair

                                                      • Baby Jaye
                                                        Baby Jaye  1 days back

                                                        Used henna on my hair and when I bleached it, the chemical reaction made my hair strands like actually sweat. Not just my scalp. My hairstylist was shooketh

                                                        • that guys stuff channel .

                                                          That thumbnail and were talking about her hair color ?!?

                                                          • ska skaa
                                                            ska skaa  1 days back

                                                            It’s not about “not damaging your hair”.. but henna is a real hair treatment miracle!! It treats hair loss and improves hair growth..
                                                            Another fact.. you can go lighter with henna if you mix it with certain herbs and lemon..
                                                            She doesn’t apply it correctly there are girls who apply henna very neatly on Youtube. Also that’s the basic henna mixture.. there are thousands more!!
                                                            You don’t actually have to wait one whole night for henna you can wait for one or two hours then apply it.. also you certainly don’t have to sleep with henna on your hair.. 2 to 4 hours is enough!

                                                            • Elizabeth Affantranger

                                                              My friend had used henna to dye her hair for years and she has the most beautiful red hair, it doesn't fade and honestly it looks weirdly natural. Like people have asked her if her hair is naturally that vibrant red. Idk I've seen people with dyed red hair using salon dye and I personally think that it looks better with henna, and if you use the same type of henna (my friends mom does a lot of henna stuff so she uses the same "brand" every time) you should get the same color and results every time. I understand your discomfort with it but I also think you were pretty rude which I haven't seen you like that. Like when people botch their hair you're still so nice and then these people dye their hair and you just roast them. Idk it was a side of you I didn't like. I personally wouldn't use henna but I felt the need to defend the people that do just because you were so mean

                                                              • Katie Robey
                                                                Katie Robey  1 days back

                                                                Omg watching you talk shit about henna has me literally cringing

                                                                • Jennifer Harrison
                                                                  Jennifer Harrison  1 days back

                                                                  I mix mine with a bit of lemon juice and water. The acid releases the "dye" in the henna. I let it sit a few hours in warm place but overnight is preferable. Then my BFF applies it to my hair just as one would any hair color and then I cover my with a shower cap and a knit hat to keep it all warm. Keep it on for a few hours and rinse out. It's so good for your hair. It adds protein to your hair so hair is thicker and stronger. My hair is naturally brown but using the henna gives me a "cherry cola" color and the shine is ridiculous. It's all-natural and will not harm you in any way. But yes, do not get a perm or salon color on top of it. Your hair could melt.

                                                                  • The Real Parker
                                                                    The Real Parker  1 days back

                                                                    I love henna hair color, especially since i have curly hair. I can get color without destroying my hair

                                                                    • Fxck
                                                                      Fxck  1 days back

                                                                      Are you sure you’re gay lmao

                                                                      • passai _ sneje
                                                                        passai _ sneje  1 days back


                                                                        • Robiel Muse
                                                                          Robiel Muse  1 days back

                                                                          Can u please try to dye ur models hair in henna
                                                                          Like if u want him to try it x.

                                                                          • michel piotrowski
                                                                            michel piotrowski  1 days back

                                                                            Omg I thought your brother was u.

                                                                            • salad_2222
                                                                              salad_2222  1 days back

                                                                              what the fuck there are two brads

                                                                              • superherowho
                                                                                superherowho  1 days back

                                                                                People use henna instead of semi-permanent hair dye cos it's cheaper, it's naturally produced (hence you know exactly what's in it), and most people actually use it not just for the dye but as a hair treatment that protects and coats your hair, helps in hair growth, and repairs hair follicles. So I get that from a hairdresser's perspective it's weird and makes your job difficult, but most people who use henna on their hair (non-Western people from mainly the Indian subcontinent, the middle east and north/east africa) won't dye their hair with commercial hair dye afterwards. It's good that you mention that in this video though, so people in Western countries who use it will understand how it reacts with commercial hair dye. I also have friends who are allergic to commercial hair dye, and they now love using henna because it's just crushed up leaves mixed with water and lemon juice (or tea, or coffee). Obviously using henna takes a bit more effort than commercial hair dye but once you work out the ratio you like and how long you want to keep it on, it's just another habit. Also, you can't really get it wrong. I've used semi-permanent, ammonia-free "nourishing" hair dye that's left my scalp dry and irritated cos I accidentally left it on too long. When i've done the same with henna, it's had no adverse effects and it's left my hair soft and strong. Love Brad, but a bit of research on Henna before hating on it could go a long way in helping people to see that "good hair" isn't just perfect highlights or whatever the new hair-trend is, it's about balancing healthy haircare with your preferred look.

                                                                                • Саша Бэрри
                                                                                  Саша Бэрри  1 days back

                                                                                  and in regards to why people use henna? people who are severely allergic to hair dyes (like me), whether it is permanent or semi-permanent, have extremely limited options with their image. And as you know, Brad, their natural hair colour might not always work out for them. For me, I believe, the ingredient I'm allergic to is the PPD, a component helping hair dyes sink deeper into your hair. Some other components I'm allergic to are also included in many purple shampoos/conditioners.

                                                                                  Again, its different for everyone. I am able to use Manic Panic (+amplified too) with no rash, or swelling (which i did have in a severe form as a reaction to all other hair dyes i tried) and since MP only has crazy colours, and not every job will take me with blue or green hair ,i would be able to use henna to bring it back to a more natural shade (in comparision to a crazy bright MP red i got going on now)

                                                                                  PS i get crazy rash from henna you do non permanent tattoos with and fine with the reg

                                                                                  • Vicki Hale
                                                                                    Vicki Hale  1 days back

                                                                                    Henna is really only for gingers. Even the different colored hennas still keep on the red scale and will naturally emphasize reds. It is truly permanent, once a hair has touched henna, it can really only take henna. If you only want to be red then henna is the way to go. I'm a natural ginger and even if I wanted to dye it black it would be a nightmare just to break my red. I highly recommend henna, just to a small section of people.

                                                                                    Edit: Brad, if you read this and want to know a little more about henna, please ask away. I've used it for several years now and love it.

                                                                                    • Саша Бэрри
                                                                                      Саша Бэрри  1 days back

                                                                                      henna will only turn green at the time of lightening your hair purely because some mixes include basma in it. pure henna on its own will lighten to orange to yellow to blond like normal hair

                                                                                      • CristinaM
                                                                                        CristinaM  1 days back

                                                                                        “Chemical free” is such a fake gimmic term, literally everything on earth is “chemicals.” trying to push that all natural theme to consumers who wouldn’t look into what “chemical” even means

                                                                                        • 민윤기오빠
                                                                                          민윤기오빠  1 days back

                                                                                          Im middle eastern and not only does henna make your hair softer and shinnier, it also gets rid of dandruff. Ive used it countless times and it always turns out great.

                                                                                          • DeepThoughts OpenMind
                                                                                            DeepThoughts OpenMind  1 days back

                                                                                            Edit: I just saw the bit where you said about grey having no pigment, so (this may seem dumb, but) does that mean you can tone naturally grey hair to blonde at all? If not how do you get natural grey to blonde? Love you btw!
                                                                                            Her name should be plunger bunny with bazoongas like those.. Her back must get sooo sore!

                                                                                            • Monique F
                                                                                              Monique F  2 days back

                                                                                              My mil uses henna as she is an air fairy, alt therapies antivaxxer, who thinks that henna is the only non toxic way to colour your hair.
                                                                                              She be crazy.

                                                                                              • Monica Kimaro
                                                                                                Monica Kimaro  2 days back

                                                                                                It makes your hair grow first and longer

                                                                                                • Lucy Quinn 1
                                                                                                  Lucy Quinn 1  2 days back

                                                                                                  I felt the long term back problems through the screen