Henna is generally used to the arms and legs. That’s where you get the pitch-dark shade. It’s no wonder you are such a well-known place for people to have henna!
As always, images that display dark henna are actually images with the henna insert still dehydrating on the epidermis. Once the insert is scrapped off (never use water to eliminate your henna paste) the dirt is generally lemon at first. The henna will keep treat over the next 12-72 time (depending on your human body, the henna mix substances, and your henna care) to become a brownish-red dirt.