#Summer Life Punch Card Season #Nowadays few girls dye their nails with henna... The scientific name of henna is called "hyacinth", but because people often use its flowers and leaves to dye nails,
Nowadays, very few girls dye their nails with henna...
The scientific name of henna is called "hyacinth", but because people often use its flowers and leaves to dye nails, it is commonly known as "henna".
When I was a child, my mother would plant a few loofahs, a few mine flowers, a few henna flowers in front of the house...
Mom would pick some big red henna and leaves during the henna blossom season, put the henna in a small bowl, put in the alum and mash it into puree; When it was dark, my mother asked me to put my hand out, then twist a pinch of mashed henna sauce on my nail cap, wrap it in a leaf, and finally wrap it tightly with cotton thread.
Wrapped overnight, the next day as soon as you open your eyes, you are happy to remove the leaves on the fingers to quickly check, only to see the red on the nails (the effect is better for 3 days), but the nails will also be stained red, wash your hands a few times, 3-5 days can restore normal skin color.
Henna dyeing nails is not only beautiful, but also has a faint floral fragrance, and most importantly, use henna to dye nails, but pure natural plant dyeing, there is no harm.
Henna and seeds can be medicated, which has the effect of activating blood circulation, soft and firm accumulation, dispelling wind and relieving pain, activating blood and dissolving stasis, reducing swelling and detoxification.