Sunday, June 6, 2010

Hina /Mehndi Fashion


Beauty parlours have special bridal mehndi packs - these days, the brides have a choice between the Indian mehndi (which covers pretty much most of the palm) and the Arabic mehndi (in which the pattern is drawn to one side of the hand). Arbi designs don't necessarly cover your hands or feet all the way Fresh mehndi is always advisable to use for the cone as it will give u goodcolor without much efforts.The patterns of mehndi are typically quite intricate and predominantly applied to brides before wedding ceremonies. However, traditions in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sudan sometimes expect bridegrooms to be painted as wellHenna is an inseparable part of wedding rituals in many
countries around the world.In western culture,girl used to put tattoo in their body as body art.Mehndi is used in the Eastern places because they believe in the magical and special medicinal properties it has For example Mehndi is used to help heal skin diseases, cool the skin in hot climates,
and prevent hair from thinning As you can see there is a rich tradition and significant meaning to the art of Mehndi. There is more to the design and the coloring then just eye catching beauty.Mehndi is the application of Henna as a temporary form of skin decoration in South Asia, the Southwest Asia, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, as well as by expatriate communities from these areas.Henna has traditionally been used for body
Beauty parlours have special bridal mehndi packs - these days, the brides have a choice between the Indian mehndi (which covers pretty much most of the palm) and the Arabic mehndi (in which the pattern is drawn to one side of the hand). Arbi designs don't necessarly cover your hands or feet all the way Fresh mehndi is always advisable to use for the cone as it will give u good
color without much efforts.The patterns of mehndi are typically quite intricate and predominantly applied to brides before wedding ceremonies. However, traditions in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sudan sometimes expect bridegrooms to be painted as wellHenna is an inseparable part of wedding rituals in many

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countries around the world.In western culture,girl used to put tattoo in their body as body art.Mehndi is used in the Eastern places because they believe in the magical and special medicinal properties it has For example Mehndi is used to help heal skin diseases, cool the skin in hot climates,
and prevent hair from thinning As you can see there is a rich tradition and significant meaning to the art of Mehndi. There is more to the design and the coloring then just eye catching beauty.Mehndi is the application of Henna as a temporary form of skin decoration in South Asia, the Southwest Asia, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, as well as by expatriate communities from these areas.Henna has traditionally been used for body
tattoos, celebrating joyous occasions across North Africa, Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent where the application is considered as good luck
Tips
To remove stickiness apply baby oil and clean your hands and feet with paper towel, but do not wash your hands and feet.
Leave the henna paste on for up to seven to eight hours or even overnight. The colour depends on each individual's body chemistry. Henna darkens from orange to reddish brown over a period of 48 hours.
The color of mehendi also differs on individuals which depends on one’s body heat and how well one takes care of mehendi.
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