How to Get a Henna Tattoo?

Henna, also known as mehndi, is very interesting, temporary and painless. Since the launch of Madonna and Gwen Stefani in the late 1990s, Madonna and Gwen Stefani have become increasingly popular. The mall in San Diego, California features a henna pavilion, and the independent henna tattoo artist is located in Stanley, Michigan. It seems that we are surrounded by henna, but if you want one, where do you start to look?

The first thing to do is to avoid printing yellow pages. Most henna tattoo artists are very small businesses and cannot be included in the printed list. The best way to find an artist in your area is to connect to the internet and search for: Henna, your region. You will get a list of websites. Some are for individual artists, and some are for directories (such as PartyPop). Both are good sources of information that can take you to local henna artists.

How do you know if an artist has a good reputation? The photos in the gallery are usually a good indication of the artist’s style, caliber and flexibility. If you find a henna website that only contains images of complex bridal patterns, the artist may not want to have a simple name on his biceps. Conversely, if you are looking for a henna artist for the bride and the site has only small, modern patterns, this person may not be the best choice for your six-hour Indian bride party.

Make sure the henna artist uses only the natural products in his henna cream. Many people add dangerous chemicals to the dough to form a fast-staining black that lasts longer than 4 weeks. True henna consists of a simple ingredient, brown spots, lasting 1 to 2 weeks. Chemicals that can be added to the henna to make it darker and last longer include: turpentine, gasoline and p-phenylenediamine or ppd (a very common hair dye on the skin). Most artists who use henna securely stick to this on their website and may even have a risk of working on black henna.

Famous henna artists are usually happy to share their list of ingredients with you. If the henna is made locally, it is unlikely to contain harmful chemicals. Many prefabricated pulp products imported from third world countries, such as the “Rani Cone”, contain chemicals that may damage it or increase the risk of cancer. Most of the henna pollen from India, Pakistan and Morocco is safe.

Once you have found a website that looks promising, please call or email the artist to see if you can make an appointment. Some artists own studios and allow people to bring only a small painting. Many others only do home visits and charge by the hour. Decide what you want and choose accordingly. This is also a good time to check the artist’s use of natural henna.

Once the artist is found and booked, it is important to remember the upper layer of the henna-dyed skin. In order for the henna to work well, you should wash your hands before leaving and do not apply lotion before sampling.

The most common method of applying henna is to use a cone or a vial with a metal tip. Henna cream looks like green or brown icing and stays on the skin. Like glaze, pasta is first and foremost wet. Before the paste dries, you must be very careful not to touch the new pattern, otherwise the pattern will stain the stain and stain your skin.

The henna cream will take off the skin and leave orange spots in a few hours. At first, the design may be very clear, but it will get worse in the next few days. Henna darkens to medium to dark brown within 72 hours. Some people have dark spots faster, while others take longer to reach color. There are several factors that influence the development of beautiful henna color: heat, the moment the henna is in contact with the skin, and the chemical composition of the skin. You must follow the artist’s care instructions.

So now you have a henna tattoo. If you take care of it, your henna tattoo designs should last for a week or two. Enjoy!