Henna and Tattoos

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Henna has been in the Middle East for centuries, in the Middle East women have been using henna to dye their hair and draw beautiful patterns on their hands and feet during special occasions. Henna is an all natural plant that is made into paste and used for skin, hair, fingernails, and more.

A bridal henna is one of the oldest wedding traditions in the Middle East, this is why most brides now have a special henna night before their wedding day to celebrate with her friends and family, and have henna designs drawn on their hands and feet. These days henna is used for temporary tattoos.  Henna needs 2-3 days to mature and become darker in color once applied on your hands and feet. But remember, henna tattoo is temporary; and will fade away in a couple of weeks.

As for the bridal mehndi designs, Mehndi is Indian for Henna, so as you may have noticed henna designs differ from country to country; the Gulf region has different styles of henna for brides and shades than Morocco, for example, and so does India. This is why wedding henna is popular in a lot of countries and brides look for the most professional henna tattoo artists and look for unique and elegant henna designs.

Brides traditionally get their palms done, especially in the Gulf region, but in other countries many brides choose a simple drawing to be placed on there ankle, shoulder, or sometimes neck.

In this section you will find everything you need to know about henna, the best tips and advice for henna tattoos, and the most beautiful henna designs to give you some inspiration and ideas for your bridal henna. So now you can take a look at the latest and most beautiful henna designs all in one place.