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    ok i dont know if i need to worry here or not... i have applied Caca henna to my hair. brought at Lush. it is very clumpy and bits keep dropping off but i have to leave it at least 2.5 hours. one of the ingredients is cloves, if a bit dropped off and i didnt notice and the bunnies ate it, would it harm them or would they need to eat a lot for it a problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunnybabbitsboing View Post
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    Why don't you put a plastic bag on your head, like tie it round Then you don't have to worry about bits falling off
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    Hiya I really don't think that you need to worry too much I'm not sure if there is anything harmful to buns in the henna but I do know that I used to used it a LOT and even go to bed with it on my head with Gypsy sleeping next to me. The worse thing than happened was her nose turned a lovely reddy brown for a while This was over 6 years ago and she is still very much still with us


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    I wouldn't have thought it would cause a problem. All you can do is just keep an eye on them and their poo.

    I use the lush henna too. I wrap my head in cling film and then put a shower cap over the top, stops and bits coming off. Doesn't it get heavy when it dries though!

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    Thank you guys!
    I did wrap cling film over my hair then put a towel over that but somehow I still ended up finding a few bits where they shouldn't be!
    FudgeTort, you are right it is sooooooo heavy!

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