Henna tattoos, or mehndi, are created with a temporary dye paste made from the crushed leaves and twigs of the henna plant.
The crushed leaves and twigs of the henna plant are formed into a paste that can be transformed into beautiful designs. The paste will dry, and it creates a reddish brown dye that can last up to a month on the skin. Henna has become an increasingly popular alternative to permanent tattoos.
Beautiful designs on the skin to create a temporary tattoo that can last up to a month.
The use of henna is described in the earliest Hindu Vedic ritual books. Staining hands and feet with henna symbolizes represtation of the outer and inner sun. Bridal Henna is often ritualistic with many pre-wedding and post-wedding ceremonies.
Celebrate the new addition to your family with all-natural and safe belly henna. The design can include traditional patterns (florals, paisleys, gender reveal, etc.) from a particular culture or can be customized to include the baby's name or symbols that are meaningful to the parents-to-be.