Iron bowl

Colour Grey
Brand RBY
Pattern Solid
Bowl Material Iron

About this item

  • Can be used for Henna paste hair coloring
  • SIZE: 5.5 inches
  • Colour: black
  • Made of: iron

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Enhance Your Beauty Rituals with the RBY Pure Iron Bowl

Discover the traditional secret to rich, vibrant henna color with the RBY Pure Iron Bowl. Crafted from high-quality iron, this bowl is designed to enhance the natural properties of henna paste, resulting in deeper, more long-lasting hair color. Perfect for both home and salon use, this versatile bowl is a must-have for anyone seeking healthy, beautiful hair with a touch of tradition.

Key Features:

  • Pure Iron Construction: Experience the difference that pure iron makes. Iron naturally reacts with henna, intensifying its color and promoting richer, more vibrant tones in your hair.
  • Durable and Long-lasting: This sturdy iron bowl is built to last, ensuring you can enjoy its benefits for many henna sessions to come.
  • Perfect Size: The 5.5-inch size is ideal for mixing both small and larger batches of henna paste, accommodating your specific needs.
  • Versatile Use: While designed primarily for henna mixing, this iron bowl can also be used for a variety of other purposes, including traditional Indian cooking or even as a decorative piece.
  • Sleek Black Finish: The classic black finish adds a touch of sophistication and complements any décor.


  • Enhance Henna Color: Achieve stunning henna hair color results with deeper, richer, and more vibrant tones.
  • Healthier Hair: The natural properties of henna and iron promote hair health, potentially reducing breakage and nourishing the scalp.
  • Easy to Use: The bowl’s simple design makes mixing henna paste a breeze, even for first-time users.
  • Long-lasting Color: Enjoy the beautiful color of henna hair for a longer period, thanks to the color-enhancing properties of iron.
  • Traditional Beauty: Embrace a time-honored beauty ritual with this classic iron bowl.

How to Use:

  1. Prepare Henna Paste: Follow your preferred henna recipe, mixing the powder with water and other natural ingredients.
  2. Transfer to Iron Bowl: Carefully pour the henna paste into the iron bowl.
  3. Allow to Oxidize: Let the henna paste sit in the iron bowl for several hours or overnight, allowing the iron to react with the henna for optimal color development.
  4. Apply to Hair: Follow standard henna application procedures.

The History of Iron Bowls in Beauty Rituals

  • Ancient Origins: A Legacy of Beauty From the vibrant bazaars of the Middle East to the time-honored traditions of India, iron bowls have held a special place in beauty routines for centuries. Their use is deeply woven into Ayurvedic practices, where the purity and strength of iron were believed to enhance the potency of natural ingredients.

  • Diverse Applications: Beyond Hair While renowned for their role in henna preparation, iron bowls were truly versatile tools in ancient beauty practices. Women would use them to grind medicinal herbs into soothing pastes, mix nourishing face masks, and even infuse culinary creations with beauty-boosting ingredients.

  • Iron as a Material: Symbol of Strength and Vitality Iron was more than just a practical material; it held symbolic significance. Its sturdiness represented resilience and health, while its ability to interact with natural elements hinted at transformative power. In the realm of beauty, iron was considered a catalyst for unleashing the full potential of nature’s bounty.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Henna Hair Coloring

  • Choosing Your Henna: The Art of Selection Begin your journey with the perfect henna powder. For hair coloring, seek out henna specifically designated for hair, as it yields the richest results. Body art quality henna can also work, but the colors it produces may be less predictable.

  • Essential Tools: Gather Your Instruments of Transformation Along with your trusty iron bowl, assemble the following: measuring spoons, a non-metallic stirrer (wooden or plastic), protective gloves, and hair clips for sectioning.

  • The Mixing Process: Alchemy Within the Bowl Within the depths of your iron bowl, combine henna powder with your chosen liquid – water for simplicity, strong tea for richness, or lemon juice for extra vibrancy. Aim for a thick, yogurt-like consistency.

  • Oxidation Time: Patience Yields Reward Allow the henna mixture to rest within the iron bowl for several hours or overnight. You’ll know it’s ready when the surface darkens significantly. This oxidation process is where the iron bowl works its magic.

  • Application Tips: Painting Your Hair with Nature Divide your hair into sections for even application. Apply the henna paste liberally, ensuring it saturates your hair. For full coverage, apply from roots to ends; for highlights or root touch-ups, concentrate on desired areas.

  • Wrap and Wait: Embracing the Ritual Wrap your henna-coated hair to prevent drying and keep things tidy. The longer you wait, the deeper and more intense your color will be. Aim for at least 2-4 hours, or even an overnight soak for the most vibrant results.

  • Rinsing and Aftercare: Unveiling Your Transformation Thoroughly rinse the henna paste out, using only a gentle conditioner if needed. Embrace the natural oils of your scalp and avoid harsh shampoos for the first few days to allow your new color to fully set.

Recipes for Henna Hair Masks

Basic Conditioning Mask: The Foundation of Nourishment

    • Ingredients:

      • 1/2 cup henna powder
      • 1/4 cup plain yogurt
      • 1 tablespoon olive oil or coconut oil
      • Instructions: Combine all ingredients in your iron bowl, adjusting liquid amounts as needed for a thick paste. Apply evenly to hair, from roots to ends. Leave on for 30 minutes to an hour before rinsing thoroughly.

Dry Hair Rescue

  • Ingredients:

    • 1/2 cup henna powder
    • 1 ripe banana, mashed
    • 1 tablespoon honey
    • 2 tablespoons coconut oil (melted if solid)
  • Instructions: Mix all ingredients in your iron bowl until thoroughly combined. Apply liberally to hair, focusing on dry or damaged areas. Allow the mask to work its magic for 1-2 hours before rinsing.

Scalp Soothing Mask

    • Ingredients:

      • 1/4 cup henna powder
      • 1/2 cup aloe vera gel
      • 5-10 drops tea tree oil (diluted in a carrier oil if sensitive)
      • 1 tablespoon chamomile tea (brewed and cooled)
    • Instructions: Whisk ingredients together in your iron bowl. Apply primarily to the scalp, massaging gently. You can also apply the remaining mixture to your hair lengths. Leave on for 30 minutes before rinsing.

The Science Behind Iron and Henna

  • Lawsone: The Coloring Agent: Henna leaves contain a molecule called lawsone (2-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone). This is the primary pigment responsible for the rich reddish-brown colors henna imparts on hair and skin. Lawsone has a strong affinity for keratin, the protein that makes up our hair structure.

  • Iron’s Role in Oxidation: When henna paste is mixed and left to rest, an oxidation process occurs. Iron catalyzes this reaction. It helps release lawsone from the henna leaves and makes it more readily available to bind to hair keratin. This is why using an iron bowl leads to richer, more deeply saturated hair color.

  • pH Matters: The acidity of henna paste also plays a role in color development. Lemon juice, often added to henna mixtures, creates a more acidic environment. This facilitates lawsone release and can contribute to brighter, more orange-toned results.

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