Mehndi /henna is a form of temporary designs on the body having Arabic, Indian and Pakistani influences. Its origin is said to be as old as the Ancient Egyptians, as their remains have traces of henna in their hair and on their nails. The decorative designs are created by using a cone full of henna paste, which is made from powdered dry leaves of the henna plant, sugar, lemon juice and a little essential oil. It is thought that the early designs intended to be a symbolic representation of the outer and the inner sun and were depicted on the hands and feet. Ancient in origin, mehndi decorations became fashionable in the West in the late 1990s, where they are called henna tattoos.
Here are some of our designed work. These have been chosen from a catalogue, varying from the simple to the more elaborate. People can bring in their own designs for the therapist to consider. Children and adults can enjoy this henna, as it is made with 100% natural ingredients.