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I'm sure you will come to love it as much as I do. This form of adornment has been used for hundreds of years in many parts of the world. Henna is the Persian name for Lawsonia inermis, a shrub producing a natural skin and hair dye, and for the artwork created using this plant. In India the technique is known as Mehndi or Mehandi. Whether used in a traditional setting like a wedding, for special events like birthdays or graduations, to pamper the mother-to-be or just to acknowledge that you're worth decorating, henna body art is a celebration and a blessing.
I use only the highest quality henna powders imported from Rajasthan and Pakistan. I blend these with lemon juice, sugar, molasses, and essential oils to produce an all-natural, chemical free paste that gives dark, long-lasting stains every time.
Please note that real henna takes time! Look at the photo to the left. the fresh paste must remain on your skin for at least four hours (top). Immediately after paste removal, the stain is orange (middle). After 24-48 hours of proper care (keep it dry) the stain is mahogany (bottom).
Henna Blessings is available to help you celebrate throughout the Reno-Tahoe region.