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Why Henna Extract Is Safe to Use with Brow Lamination: Understanding the Difference

Why Henna Extract Is Safe to Use with Brow Lamination: Understanding the Difference

If you're a fan of henna, you may wonder if it's safe to use henna extract with brow lamination. To clear up any confusion, let's explore the dissimilarities between henna and henna extract and why using henna extract in brow lamination is not only safe but also beneficial.

When it comes to Noemi Hybrid Dye, the production process filters out the pigment of henna. This is important to note because henna's pigment, known as lawsone, doesn't provide a permanent color to treated hair. Instead, it coats the hair, giving it shine and a semi-permanent hue without penetrating the cuticle.

In contrast, henna extract in Noemi Hybrid Dye is not added for coloring purposes. It doesn't have inherent coloring properties. However, henna extract does contain phenolics, which stimulate hair follicle growth. It also has proteins, antioxidants, and vitamin E that help repair hair damage. Because henna extract lacks coloring properties and instead offers these beneficial components, it won't interact unpredictably with the chemicals used in brow lamination.

It's important to understand that henna extract plays no role in providing a more standardized or convenient application. The texture and usability of the dye depend on the other ingredients, not the henna extract itself.

The concentration of henna extract in the tint is less than 1% to achieve the desired results. After mixing with the developer and applying it to the brows or lashes, the concentration drops to less than 0.5%.

No additional ingredients or additives are included in the tint to enhance the properties of the henna extract. The henna extract is already a complete ingredient on its own.

The pH level of the tint, after mixing with the developer, ranges from 9 to 10, putting it in the alkaline range. When used with brow lamination, which contains Thioglycolate acid (TGA), this alkalinity doesn't alter the structure or effectiveness of the hybrid tint as a dye. Both the tint and brow lamination work in an alkaline environment, ensuring compatibility.

Noemi Dyes are formulated using a variety of ingredients, not just henna extract. The properties of the final product are determined by the collective influence of all these ingredients, rather than solely relying on henna extract.

In conclusion, using henna extract with brow lamination is safe due to the removal of henna pigment during production and the absence of coloring properties in henna extract. Henna extract brings its own unique benefits to the tint, without interfering with the chemicals used in brow lamination. Understanding these differences allows individuals to confidently embrace the integration of henna extract in their beauty treatments.

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