The tattoos made with henna does not require needles, does not penetrate the epidermis, they are temporary tattoos and completely painless. The henna designs on the skin last 1 to 2 weeks, depending on water contact, What soap you use, your skin type and on what area did you design. It is quite common to see these types of henna tattoos when you go to the beach.
Basic henna trend starts from Asia,in Hindi/Urdu it is also known as mehndi. Pakistani and Indian women love having henna on all possible occasion. Pakistani women’s eid and wedding festivals remain almost incomplete without henna designs for hands . From wedding to karva chaut to baisakhi, Indian women will have fully decorated hands and feet with mehndi designs . Circular motif, paisley design, peacock and floral designs are most famous henna designs nowadays. People in all over the world are now adopting these henna tattoos in their own western styles. It is becoming a very popular form of temporary body decoration alternate to permanent tattoos. Henna designs are ideal replacement for conventional tattoos as these are much cheaper and can be applied at home.
There are many people who do not dare to have a permanent tattoo because of fear of needles or because they can not stand the pain. For those people these temporary painless henna tattoos are best option.
Henna Designs For Hands
In this modern era of fashion, every girl want to look perfect. For perfect look everything should be perfect and mehndi is one of those things. Pretty and stunning henna designs for hands makes your look perfect. These attractive henna designs enhance the beauty of our hands. Some henna designs are simple but some are complex and intricate. Now henna designs are made more stunning with additional use of glitters and colored beads.
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You will be surprised to know that henna is a actually a plant. leaves of henna are picked, then dried into sunlight.then these are crushed into a fine powder which we use in form of dye. It is a large plant with small white fragrant flowers grown countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, such as India, China, Morocco and Egypt. Its original use before its popularity into rest of world, was to make paste that Asian people use to apply on soles of their feet and palm of their hands for its cooling effect because of very hot climate in that continent. Later on this dye flourish to make temporary tattoos and gorgeous henna designs for hands and feet.