Henna goes far beyond its ability to create temporary and striking designs on the skin; it is an artistic tool that unites cultures, inviting people to embrace connection and cherish their differences. It’s used to celebrate love, beauty and grace through special occasions, personal and cultural milestones, or to simply relish its artistic elegance. Henna’s ability to empower people through its trade and craft is admirable to say the least and we aspire to cultivate a brand which magnifies this notion of community and togetherness through artistic expression.
What is henna?
Henna has long been used for beautification and increasing the appeal and worth of the body. As one of the most popular and safest forms of body arts today, applying henna is becoming increasingly popular not only in the Eastern countries but also the Western ones as well. Everyone now sees the beauty in the delicate and intricate lines with the impressive reddish-brown hue. Henna (also known as mehndi) is a tropical or shrub called Lawsonia Inermis which has natural dyeing and conditioning properties. The paste made from the dried and powdered leaves of the Henna plant is used in creating intricate ethnic or contemporary designs on various parts of the body. Though traditionally applied to the hands and feet of women, where it long played a significant part in the wedding rituals across cultures, Henna is now becoming a fashion statement in the western culture, as a contemporary tattoo.
Henna services we offers:
- Hand Henna Starting From $15
- Bridal Henna Starting From $100
Approximate Time Required for services:
20Min to 60Min