Henna or Mehndi is very popular in India as well as in other eastern countries like Saudi Arabia, Pakistan etc. If you are new to the term Henna or Mehndi, it is basically a natural dye that’s extracted from a plant grown in tropical hot climates called Lawsonia inermis. It is similar to black tea which is also an organic dye. The leaves and stems of the plant are grounded into a paste after drying them and is mixed with an acidic substance to produce colour.
It is a part of Eastern traditions especially India where Mehndi is used for all auspicious occasions like weddings, baby showers and festivals to bring good luck. In Indian Hindu culture, brides apply henna for the long life of the groom. These days henna is used as temporary tattoos and hair dyes too. Many young girls are seen using it as body art as it is natural and sheds off easily after a period of time.
Henna mehndi is easily available in general stores and comes in traditional Indian henna Designs , Black henna and red henna. These can be used in combination or can be used separately to create different designs and finishes.
Watch a How to Make Mehendi Designs video from our StyleCrazeTv
Check out some of the popular henna mehndi designs that you could try out easily:
Here’s a very beautiful design for the feet. This mehendi design is very apt for bridal wear and will suit brides perfectly. Colorful glitters and rhinestones add to its beauty keeping it fine and beautiful without getting too messy and filled up on the feet. The big motif in the center adds an Indian touch to the design.
[ Video: Henna Design For Hands ]
[ Read: Easy Mehandi Designs ]
[ Read: Glitter Mehndi Designs ]
Mehndi henna designs are no longer restricted to the bride or for a wedding! It is time to have some fun with it.
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