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Monday, May 17, 2010

... ART OF MEHNDi...

What is Mehndi?
 The art of Mehendi has existed for centuries. The exact place of its origin is difficult to track because of centuries of people in different cultures moving through the continents and taking their art forms with them and therefore sharing their art with everyone along the way. 

Pakistan Mehndi Fashion Styles:
No Pakistani events,  Eid, wedding is ever complete without the Mehndi. Whichever part of the country the bride may be from, her hands are adorned with the lovely red hue of the mehndi.Beauty parlors have special bridal mehndi packs - these days, the brides have a choice between the Pakistani mehndi (which covers pretty much most of the palm)  

 Heena-Mehndi Tattoo:
 The ancient Indian art of mehndi is a great alternative to permanent ink that's needle-punched into your skin. Mehndi artists use a paste made from the henna plant to draw intricate designs on the body that are ultra-feminine and filled with mystery — and they're temporary.

How to Create Mehndi Tattoos:
Mehndi, or henna tattoos, is a Hindu art that forms an intricate design most commonly on the feet and palms of the hand. Most commonly used during Hindu weddings, Mehndi is thought to bring good luck and fortune to the wearer 

Bridal Mehndi Fashion:
Weddings in India are considered to be a sacred and sanctified ritual. The Mehndi is one of the most important and fun pre-wedding rituals. Celebrated by the bride, family and her friends. Different regions of the country celebrate the ritual in a different way according to their own marriage customs, rituals, and culture. 

Mehndi On Hand:
Hands are the most exposed part of the body next to the face, and are almost as expressive and indicative of the owner’s mood and meaning. But aside from a nice manicure, hands typically do not get the same attention as the face when it comes to special occasions.  

Mehndi Body Art:

Mehndi The application of Mehndi as an art. Apart from clothes and jewellery, currently one can use colours on one's very skin as a way of exposing one's personality. The most familiar form of body art is the use of Mehndi. Mehndi or henna is a flowering plant whose leaves are used to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather, silk and wool.   

How to Apply Mehndi?
You can make your own powder by drying henna leaves in shade. It might take weeks for them to dry to a crisp and you need to grind them thoroughly. You may also buy henna powder from the market.

Black Henna Warnings:
THERE IS NO BLACK HENNA! No matter what anyone says! Here is why. The PPD chemical (Para-phenylenediamine) or Black henna phenomenon has harmed people for years now all around the world. This is a problem that plagues reputable henna artistseverywhere

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