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The art of applying henna to the hands and feet is known as Mehndi. Henna is traditionally used for special occasions like holidays, birthdays and weddings in India, Pakistan, and the Middle East. Henna is all natural and completely safe for all skin types. The most popular of the traditions is the Mehndi Night where the bride, her family, relatives and friends get together to celebrate the wedding to come. Every culture and region of the world uses henna tattoos in its own unique way.

We also provide heena tatoos to make your hand look beautiful before any special or fun events as heena is natural and its not a permanent tattoo.

For body decorations, the leaves of the henna plant are dried, crushed into a fine powder, and made into a creamy paste using a variety of techniques. This paste is then applied to the skin, staining the top layer. In its natural state it will dye the skin an orange or brown color. Although it looks dark green when applied, this green paste will flake off revealing an orange stain.



Henna tattoo
$5 and up depend on design

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All henna designs are free hand designs and can be modified as per requests. For best color apply mix of sugar and lemon juice over the dried henna design and leave the paste on for 4 to 6 hours. When your design is dry it flakes off and later you can scrub off the remaining paste. How dark your henna gets depends upon the area applied, as well as your skin warmth. Henna is considered an herb, and has long been known to have healing qualities. In ancient times it has been applied for such ailments as headaches, stomach pains, burns (including sunburns), open wounds, as a fever reducer, athlete’s foot and even the prevention of hair loss. In the traditional system of medicine, leaf paste is applied twice a day, on the affected parts to cure impetigo, with use of henna revealed anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects of henna.