Peace everyone! It's been a looong while since I posted last lol.
A lot has happened since then. And if you've been following me on YouTube you know that my mom was diagnosed with cervical cancer, I was pregnant and had a baby and so many other things.
But back to the topic of this post, which is Hennagua. Hennagua also known as Hengua, is a relatively new thing in the henna community. Hennagua is basically Henna powder mixed with Jagua juice. And for those of you that don't yet know what Jagua is, it's a fruit that grows in Central and South America, that has been used by native tribes for hundreds of years for food, medicinal purposes, and body art. Jagua stains a blue/black color on the skin. Henna stains a reddish/brown color. So when you mix Henna powder with Jagua juice it yields (generally) a black stain. Hennagua can also yield maroon and violet shaded stains. It all depends on how long you let Hennagua paste dye release (or not). And how long you leave your Hennagua paste on.
Even though I know a lot is about Henna and Jagua. I still have a lot to learn about Hennagua. I plan on doing a video for my YouTube channel soon about Hennagua along with some tips, so keep your eye out for that. Thanks for reading and until next time :)