Mehndi – What is Mehndi Mehndi is the application of Henna. It is common in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Mehndi is usually applied on hands and feet. It is usually drawn on palm and feet. It became fashionable in West in late 1990s. Mehndi is always an integral part of the makeup of the girls… Read More »
“Good News for All Our Blog Users, Readers and Subscribers” Now Mehndi ‘n’ Henna will not only give you henna tattoo designs and practice sheets, we will also provide you with mehndi designs. Soon you will find here hands and feet mehndi and henna designs. Our vision is to provide unique and complete Mehndi designs.… Read More »
Remove existing nail polish a day or two before applying arq or henna nail paint. Remember to stir the paste each time you use it. THINGS YOU NEED: ½ cup (130 ml) boiled spring -or distilled water, cooled to warm ½ teaspoon (2.5 g) uncolored, neutral henna powder 1 teaspoon (5 ml) plain organic yogurt… Read More »
This henna tattoo consist of a flower of open hearts with some shading inside and two leaves one on the top of flower and one on the bottom of flower. This floral henna tattoo with leaves is very easy and looks attractive.
This palm henna tattoo is very simple. To create a front hand henna design like this one, pinpoint the center of the palm (or close enough to the center) and start with a dot, a circle, a spiral, a flower, a star, any symbol or image that you like. Then continue adding designs that radiate… Read More »
This Floral Pug Tail Henna Tattoo contains a design which consists of two (2) pug tails. One (1) of these pug tail is doubled. The heads of these pug tails are opposite. There are open hearts on the head of one pug tail and kisses on the other. The shading enhanced the gorgeous look of… Read More »
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This flower henna tattoo consists of a design which has two (2) layers surrounded on a circle with a big dot in center and spears around. There are seven (7) open heart petals and an elongated leaf in the first layer. The second layer consists of kisses petals, there is a kiss petal on every… Read More »
3D or 3-D normally refers to three-dimensional space. This 3D henna tattoo consist of a flower of open hearts with some shading inside and two leaves; one on the top of flower and one on the bottom of flower. Making this henna tattoo is really simple; the only thing which you need to take care… Read More »
Yes, henna kills lice. Henna combined with Fenugreek will kill head lice in resistant infestations. Henna combined with Artemisia will completely eradicate head lice, even in severe infestations. How Does It Work? Effective head lice treatments need to work on two fronts, addressing both the adult lice and the nits (eggs) that cling to the… Read More »
Henna is a plant compound that’s used to add a reddish-brown tint to the hair. Though it’s natural, henna can cause irritation and reaction in the scalp, particularly if it is left on for too long or the woman in question has sensitive skin. Scalp irritation and resultant hair loss can also come about if… Read More »
Yes, natural henna is good for your skin. One of the major health benefits of henna is as a sun screen. During the summer, hundreds of people are tattooed with henna paste at fairs, festivals, traditional celebrations and more. Whilst out in the sun the area hennaed neither tanned nor does it show any sun-contact… Read More »
Henna tattoos are not actually waterproof but they can be said waterproof in a sense that the orange color tattoo after removing and washing the dried paste last for weeks. There are some waterproof henna stickers available in market. Please click here if you want to buy waterproof henna tattoos stickers. If you want to… Read More »
This Arabic henna tattoo is also known as Arabic mehndi design. This henna tattoo consists of open hearts, pug tails, leaves, dots, tribbles, and humps etc. This tattoo is very easy and simple. Even a beginner can apply this hinna tattoo easily.
Don’t eat henna; it’s toxic. The main ingredient in henna dye is hydroxynaphthaquinone which is obtained from leaves of the Lawsonia tree. Hydroxynaphthaquinone alone is not carcinogenic, but when combined with para-phenylenediamine (PPD) the mixture has been documented as causing problems. PPD is a synthetic dye used to accelerate the drying time of the henna… Read More »
Prepare your hairs. Apply vaseline to the parts of the face that are close to your hairline. This will prevent them from getting henna stains. You can start with wet hair or dry hair, but dry hair may be easier. Start at the top and take a very small partition of your hair. Apply from… Read More »
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As long as it’s pure henna, it’s safe for kids over 6 years old. The uncommon G6PD deficiency is why artists typically will not henna anyone under 6; older children and adults with the deficiency aren’t really at risk like infants and toddlers, though it’s recommended to keep henna to a minimum if you know… Read More »
Henna, itself, doesn’t come in a range of colors. There is no such plant as “blonde henna”, “brown henna” or “black henna”. The plant, henna, lawsonia inermis, has only one dye molecule, and that molecule is red-orange. Chemicals, metallic salts or other dye plants must be added to henna to make any color other than… Read More »
Henna rinse belongs to history of henna. By the 1950s, Lucille Ball popularized “henna rinse” as her character, Lucy Ricardo, called it on the television show I Love Lucy. It gained popularity among young people in the 1960s through growing interest in Eastern cultures.