I'm finding that great henna artists are enthusiastic and curious about this new use of henna and they care a lot about the quality of the product.
Does it make a difference? To my surprise, yes. Thanks to experience and www.hennasooq.com, I've learned that I prefer Indian and Jamila henna powder. The Yemeni and Moroccan powders have a jelly quality that makes them harder to spread. You know how jam is easier to spread on bread than jelly is? Well, Indian and Jamila are like jam, Yemeni and Moroccan are like jelly. I like easy and I like jam! Thanks for the advice.