Henna, also known as mehndi. This redidish-brown color is believed to bring good luck to those who adorn themselves in it and so it is widely common for brides to decorate their hands and feet before their wedding day, pregnant women will decorate their bellies to bless their unborn children, and many other happy events are used to apply henna to all of those involved. After the henna is applied onto the skin, it dries in about 20 – 30 minutes.
It is highly recommended to keep your skin dry and away from water for 4-6 hours after the application process. When the paste comes off, a tremendously beautiful stain is left behind! What is the best part of the henna, you ask? Natural henna is 100 % safe – and temporary! As your skin exfoliates, the henna stain wears off, allowing you to get something new and different each time you get adorned.
⭕️We do not use or encourage the use of ‘black henna’ (to find out more about the harms of black henna, please visit the FAQ section of this site).⭕️