I love Mehendi give me a high five if you are in love with Mehendi too. A beautiful Mehendi design is not less than a beautiful sight to our eyes. We take all the efforts to make our Mehendi look darker and stay longer. But once your Mehendi starts fading, it is not less than a disease. Usually it takes 2 weeks for henna color to fade completely. If you want to make this process a bit faster, than you can try some of these home remedies.
Lemon and baking powder
Take small quantity of baking powder in a bowl and add few drops of lemon to it. Make a thick paste and apply this all over your Mehendi and keep it for 10 minutes. Exfoliate your hands well and wash it off with Luke warm water. You may feel dryness on your hands, it is normal don’t worry. You can apply some moisturizer later.
Though I don’t want to encourage anyone using chlorine, but this is also an effective method to remove henna effectively. You can buy chlorine from medical store and add it to water. Dip your hands in chlorinated water and keep it for 15 minutes. Pat your hands dry. During these two minutes, your hands will itch and irritate you a bit but will not harm you.
You can simply use hair conditioner to remove henna from your hands. Take a small quantity of hair conditioner and rub it all over your hand. You can repeat this process two times a day for better result.
The mother of all oil, olive oil also helps in removing henna. Take a small quantity of olive oil in a bowl. Take a cotton ball and dip it in the oil. Place the cotton balls all over your Mehendi design. Salt can also be added to get better results. Salt helps to speed up the process of fading Mehendi Read More
Toothpaste can also help you to fade your mehendi.
Take a lemon and cut it into two pieces. Rub it all over your hands and wash with Luke warm water View More
If you know swimming, than you can take a dip into chlorinated water twice or thrice. Chlorine will help you to fade the color soon.