Wedding season is approaching and all the brides to be are busy deciding on their attire and jewellery. However, a bridal look remains incomplete without mehendi. Brides nowadays want designs that have a modern touch to it, and Arabic mehendi will be ideal for them. In Arabic Mehendi the designs have distinctive floral art work and a free flowing structure; the floral designs are repeated in a geometric pattern covering entire hands and foot. Arabic mehendi will accentuate the beauty of the bride and make her look ravishing!

As the name suggests Arabic Mehendi originated in Arabian countries and it gradually gained popularity in Asia, especially in India and Pakistan. Often Indian motifs are combined along with Arabic mehendi, resulting in mixed patterns. Arabic mehendi is more bold and prominent because it is created using dark brown and black mehendi instead of red mehendi. The outline or borders of the designs are created using black mehendi that makes it look bold and beautiful. It is easier to create Arabic mehendi design and it is suitable for any occasion. Even if you are not an expert at creating mehendi, you can still create your own mehendi at home or try it on your friends.

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Beautiful Arabic Mehndi Designs:

Here are some simple Arabic mehndi designs for hands and feet that is beautiful and can be easily created at home anytime.

short mehndi designs 1. This design is simple, elegant and not messy. Those who shy away from full hand designs can try this mehendi design. The motifs are not complicated and the floral patterns are very feminine. This design is suitable for any occasion and can be done by anyone. Even if you are not an expert at creating mehendis you can still make this design.

arabic mehndi designs for hand

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2. This mehendi design will look very beautiful on top or back of your hands. This design covers the top of the hands, fingers and the wrist. The design is a combination of paisley and floral motifs and on the wrist there is a bangle like design which makes it unique.This mehendi design is neither too full nor too less. Yet, this designmakes the hands look filled up and beautiful without having too much detail and intricate designs. This is aneasy and perfect way to decorate the top or back of the hands for your wedding or for any other occasion.

mehindi design for left heand 3. Want to try some out of the box Arabic mehendi design for your hands? Then you can definitely try this one. The inverted heart pattern and the net like patterns with tiny flowers make this mehendi design very different from the usual ones. This Arabic mehendi design is very intricate due to the minute details, may be a little complicated to create. However, this design will look stunning on the hands of the bride.

mehndi design for back hands 4. Another simple yet beautiful design for the back or top of the hands. This design is a combination of flowerand an arch like motif makes it ideal for Eid and weddings. Eid calls for a great feast and celebration, and how can a celebration be complete without mehendi! Moreover, Arabic Mehendi design is a reflection of Islamic religion and culture, so this pretty and simple design is suitable for Eid and other similar celebrations in the Muslim community.

wrist mehndi design

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5. This Arabic mehendi design for the wrist is quite unique. You may use this design by itself keeping the palm free of any colour or you can also include it into any other design you like.You can even use this design as a mehendi tattoo. It is the simplicity of the design that gives it a modern look, it will be a great hit among teenagers and college goers.

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  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/malikachauhan/ Malika

    Very lovely designs. Never knew about the Arabic ones.

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/shabby/ Shabby

      Thanks a lot Malika :) Hope you try them someday

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/vedasri/ vedasri

    Lovely designs. Would love to try them soon.

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Vedasri :)

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/deepakshi/ Deepakshi

    Lovely designs:)

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Deepakshi

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/ekantika/ Ekantika

    good one:)

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks a lot Ekantika .. Sorry for the delay :( Do try them out

  • mansi

    awesomw designs

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Mansi :)

  • Roger Richard

    No words to explain all such a wonderful things simple but stunning designs you have shared……

    Thanks a lot……..

  • Lakshanya

    Good one shabby, love all these designs. simply stunning!

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Lakshanya :)

  • Roger Richard

    Thanks again :)

  • Suzane Mart

    Hi Shabby thanks for these designs but i want to know one thing that after mehndi there is some tips so that color of mehndi would be dark as dark…

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Hiee , Yes there is a way in which you may make them dark .. After application apply a mixture of lemon and sugar. Prepare the mixture beforehand and just apply the mixture over the mehendi once the deisgnis done. Let the mixture dry till the mehendi is ready to be removed . Then just remove as you would. This technique is widely used in India to make mehendi more dark.

      • Suzane Mart

        Thanks a lot :) Shabby

        • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

          You are most welcome . .Sorry for the late reply though . . :(

  • shaguntalamalik

    hi shabby your designs are so beautiful

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Dear :) I am happy you like them :)

  • NEHA V BHATT

    its such a nice mehndi desighns……beautiful & lovely…………………

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Neha

  • kabuki nura

    Your designs are inspiring, please post more! JA

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Hiee . .We are updating new designs now and then . Do keep a lookout for more. :)

  • sheela

    Your mehandi designs are so beautiful

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks so much for the appreciation Sheela :)

  • sudhanshu

    Mindowing…

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Sudhanshu :)

  • chitra

    superb designs

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Chitra :)

  • MAYURI

    Such a nice yaar…..
    I like the desingns…..

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Mayuri

  • Tricie

    It is a true treasure to have found your amazing sight! The examples of such artistic, traditional beauty is immensely inspiring and completely captivating. Thank you! You have a new and true fan!

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks Tricie :) I am glad you love them .. Your word are really appreciated :) Do check out the other designs on our site :)

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    They are looking very great.. thanks for sharing

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Thanks dear :)

  • jyothsna

    amazing desings..i actualy dont know even the simple desings of mehendi…but now after visitng your site i have some mazing desings…..

    • jyothsna

      hy i tooooo want a reply yaar………………..

    • http://themakeuplovers.blogspot.in/ Shabby

      Sorry I was not online for some days so could not reply to the comments :( Do try using a mehendi cone next time you feel interested, with practice you will get better :)

  • Raam Shrivastav

    all this muslim traditions make me og so mad.
    Why we hindus have to copy muslims?
    We have Our ganga and Our sindur and Our bindya.
    Please throw these muslim traditions away.
    Pray to bhagwan to rinse you and take bath in ganga.
    Jay VHP

  • Bhavika

    Wow a good collection of amazing designs! The designs are simple yet elegant and I am in a confusion on which to apply. Good work. Please do write more such posts as it was a pleasure to read.

  • k

    Some of these are actually NOT “Arabic”. I’m actually experienced with henna and familiar with a lot of the details and the origin of all the designs. Who ever selected these pictures don’t really know the difference.

  • shalu

    amazing designs

  • ashwini

    amazing

    • beauty king

      nice……. amazing…

  • saalu

    mokkai mehandi designs

  • devi

    very nice signs!!!!

  • rupachandra

    Awesome designs.