Henna (also known as Mehndi) has been used to adorn young women’s bodies as part of social and holiday celebrations since many years. Henna-Tattoos are popularized mainly in the west as a temporary form of skin decoration.

Henna TattooNatural henna is a beautiful, painless form of body art full of rich tradition in various cultures all over the world. Henna (also known as mehndi) is produced from the leaves of the “henna plant” (Lawsonia Inermis). The leaves contain a red dye called ‘Lawsone’, which essentially leaves the radiant red stain on the skin. Once the leaves are obtained they are crushed into fine powder, the powder is sifted, and then mixed with a variety of ingredients such as essential oils (eucalyptus, lavender, tea tree etc.), lemon and sugar to create a smooth paste. This paste is then poured into the applicator (a henna cone rolled from cellophane) which allows the artist to create fine, precise lines.

After the henna is applied to the skin, it dries in about 20 – 30 minutes. It is highly recommended to keep your skin dry and away from water for 6-8 hours after the application process. When the paste comes off, a tremendously beautiful stain is left behind! What is the best part of the henna, you ask? Natural henna is 100 % safe – and temporary! As your skin exfoliates, the henna stain wears off, allowing you to get something new and different each time you get adorned

If you like to buy any of my Henna Artwork or would like to have a personalized Henna Tattoo on your body, reach me through Contact Us page in the bottom of the website…

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