Henna on Body
Henna is a form of skin adornment that is regarded as a sign for prosperity and happiness. It is an essential element in celebrations in different cultures. It is now being regarded as an endearing substitute to tattoos given the fact that it is organic, absolutely harmless and non-permanent.
Henna (Lawsonia inermis, also known as hina, henna tree, mignonette tree, Egyptian privet) is a flowering plant that grows 12-15 feet high and comes from the sole species of the Lawsonia genus. The leaves of the henna plant are dried, crushed into a fine powder, and made into a creamy paste using different herbal essential oils. This paste is then applied to the skin, staining the top layer of skin only.
The henna plant contains lawsone which is a reddish-orange dye that binds to the keratin (a protein) in our skin and safely stains the skin. The stain can be from pale orange to nearly black.
Candles are decorated with intricate henna designs. Each of the henna designs are hand drawn with non-toxic acrylic paint, henna paste and gel glitters. They are then embellished with jewels and glitter to make it look more elegant.
Your artistry is so intricate and exquisite. My friends were very impressed with your work and Gavin loved finding his name on my hand. My family ad I will be sure to recommend you to others.Easha & Gavin, Asheville, NC
Thank you, beyond words, for everything you did to make all the pieces of the wedding fall into place. You brought so much life to the mehndi & I was so grateful for that.Nide & Augie, Charlotte, NC
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