If you love the look of henna designs on hands but are too scared to give it a go or don’t even know where to start, then this is the perfect post for you. In this post, we have put together simple and easy henna designs for beginners.
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Traditionally in the East henna used to be put on during the wedding season or any other celebration such as Eid. The brides would adorn her hands and feet with beautiful intricate henna designs. The guest would also adorn their hands with henna patterns from simple to more intricate designs. But some people love henna and have henna patterns on their hands all the time. So if you have a special occasion coming up or just would like to experiment with henna designs, then keep scrolling down as we have put some fantastic simple and easy henna designs any beginner can try.
Where To Buy Henna
Before you start henna designs, you will need to buy the right henna. Henna comes in loose powder or readymade cones. The loose powder has to be mixed in with water or you can add lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, strong black coffee, or tea, to bring out a more intense color. It is then best left to develop the color for a few hours or overnight. You can buy loose henna powder from Here.
Before you start henna patterns, put the henna mixture into paper cones, which you can make yourself, or buy ready-made empty cones. We like these empty hand-rolled cellophane cones or even these transparent cones