Tuesday, February 16, 2010
ehndi (also known as Mehendi
ehndi (also known as Mehendi or Mendhi) is an ancient India Body Art. Intricate ethnic or contemporary designs and exotic patterns are applied using Henna to various parts of the body (traditionally applied to the hands and feet of women) to prepare them for special ceremonies.
A large design will take normally 30 to 45 minutes. Small designs 15 to 30 minutes. Some very large designs can take hours. Henna Tattoos work by staining the epidermis (upper layer of your skin) and they gets darker over the next two days and then gradually fades away as your body regenerates it’s epidermis.
Thus traditional Henna Tattoo take time to develop and reach their best color 12-48 hours after application, depending on skin type. So if you want your Henna Tattoo for going out on Friday Night, you might need