Topic: Help with henna mixing
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So you are looking to go a strawberry blonde color? What color are your grays? Are they white, silvery, salt n pepper, dark, etc? This will help me better give you advice.
Yes ~ strawberry blonde.
I'm not totally gray --- it looks like silvery mixed with salt & pepper.
Sorry I can't be more specific. I'm going by what I see in the mirror. Around my face, it's more silvery than salt & pepper.
Thanks so much for your help!
Unfortunately there is really no way to go lighter with henna. If your hair is a darker brown, there is really no way to get a strawberry blonde at this point. If you do a red, it will just give your dark brown hair more of a reddish tint, but you can't really get a strawberry blonde.You could use the Light Blonde Henna mixed with a little bit of the red to get a strawberry blonde on the roots, but your ends would be a different color.