Using Henna for Body Decoration

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Traditionally associated with South Asia and Africa, henna has gradually become popular in the West as a form of body decoration. If you love to express yourself through body decoration, henna may be just the thing for you. The benefits of using henna for body painting are many. It’s painless, natural and safe, it allows you to change your design when you change your mind and it’s a beautiful way to make a bold fashion statement. Intricate henna designs on the palms, feet, legs, back and belly look exquisitely beautiful. It is no surprise that many people nowadays prefer henna tattoos as a painless alternative to permanent tattooing.

Henna Tattoos

Henna is flowering plant that grows in the desert and the sole species of the Lawsonia genus. It is widely known for its cooling and natural dyeing properties and in some cultures it is thought to bring good fortune to the wearer. Traditionally, mehndi, the art of painting the body with henna, was practiced at wedding ceremonies in India and Africa but gone are the days when only brides were seen covered with elaborate henna designs. Today, mehndi is increasingly becoming a part of elaborate ceremonies, beach parties, baby shower events, and what not. Some even hold henna parties where the main purpose is to have fun and get painted with henna.You will find ultimate fun in decorating yourself with henna tattoos and become the star attraction in any party. As a completely painless means of body painting, mehndi art appeals to almost all kinds of people. The mehndi color and scent make it distinctly popular, with its cooling properties making it safe for body use, especially with no chance of adverse reactions. Since it is temporary, you have the option to change your design if you so desire.

Henna Tattoo Kits

Get your hands on a henna tattoo kit today. There’s an array of henna tattoo kits available on the market. With prepared mehndi kits readily available, you don’t have to worry about having to go through the expensive and sometimes disappointing process of having to purchase all ingredients independently and hoping that your henna is not so old and stale that it won’t stain. Mixing your own henna paste may be a cost effective option if you are already a seasoned henna artist. However, if you’re just learning about this beautiful art form and are unfamiliar with the process your best bet is to start with a henna kit. Henna kits or Mehndi kits are easy to use a usually come with everything you need to create your henna tattoos.

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