Wash the area to be decorated with a good soap (one with a mud base) and water. Mehendi must be kept for 2-3 hours to fully dry.

Scrape the dry Mehendi and do not wash with water for at least 24 hours to ensure maximum color.


Do not use oily soap as this can prevent the color of the institution.After the tattoos are applied avoid washing the area with soap and


Avoid staying close to the air conditioner when it dries the mehendi.The art of Mehendi has existed for centuries. The exact place of its origin is difficult to ascertain because of centuries of people in different cultures moving through the continents and their art forms with them and therefore sharing their art with everyone along the road.
Some historical records indicate that Mendhi started in India while others believe it was introduced to India during the twelfth century AD I personally think it would be difficult to argue that it appeared as an art in Egypt first.

It is common for the names of the bride and groom are hidden in the Mehndi design and wedding night can not commence until the groom has found the names.

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The most detailed and complex, and the most time consuming and exhausting to produce design for the artist. Pakistani Mehndi is known for his detailed and beautiful fill-ins. These designs are famous for are modeled by dhulanain (Pakistani brides), and close female relatives and friends.

Indian Mehndi – The famous design for Indian Mehndi is a big dot or figure in the middle of the palm, with fingers fully colored. How did this style so famous.Beauty Parlor have special bridal mehendi packs – these days, the brides have a choice between Pakistani mehendi (which covers almost the biggest part of the palm) and the Arabic mehendi (in which the pattern is on one side of the hand). The cost of applying the mehendi can vary from salon to salon socialist socialist.

Arabic Mehndi –

This style is usually less detailed and complicated. are still very beautiful. Rather than fill-ins is just colored in boldly.Arbitration design does not necessarily relate to your hands or feet at all.Arabic Many popular designs are vines and leaves with beautiful flowers.This makes it an excellent and perfect candidate, if you want to have a bail going down your arm or leg.

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Mehendi (Lawsonia inermis) is a small tropical shrub, whose leaves when dried and ground to a paste, give a rusty red pigment, suitable for creating complex models on the palms and feet. The dye has a cooling property, and no adverse effects on the skin. Mehendi is ideal for creating intricate patterns on various parts of the body, and a painless alternative to permanent tattoos.

It’s Cool & Fun!
The varied use of Mehendi by the rich and royal from very early times it is popular with the masses, and the cultural significance has grown since that time. Mehendi’s popularity lies in its fun value. It is cool and attractive! It is painless and temporary! No lifetime commitment as real tattoos, no artistic skills required!

Mehendi History
Mehendi The Mughals brought to India as recently as the 12th century AD. Since the use of distributed Mehendi, the application of methods and models were more advanced. The tradition of Henna or Mehendi originated in North Africa and the Middle East. It is considered to be in use as a cosmetic for the last 5000 years. According to professional henna artist and researcher Catherine C Jones, the beautiful patterns in India today is only in the 20th century. In the 17th century India, the barber woman was usually used for applying henna on women. Most women of that time in India are depicted with their hands and feet hennaed, regardless of social class or marital status.

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