Mehndi, also known 'Henna Design' is a form of body art originating in ancient India, in which decorative designs are created on a person's body, using a paste, created from the powdered dry leaves of the henna plant.
Nowsdays applying henna has become a trend. Henna can not only be applied on hands but also on legs for enhancing the aesthetic value. There is no limit for hand henna designs. However, the designs seem to be limited when henna patterns for legs and feet are concerned. In this article I have listed some amazing henna mehndi designs for legs which are worth adorning.
Different countries and regions have different henna designs. Arabic henna designs have bold, abstract lines. Their henna tends to feature larger floral designs. Indian and Pakistan henna is more complex than Arabic’s. Indian henna tattoos are more delicate and detailed. Their designs often involve dots, lines and paisley. Smaller floral designs, elephants and peacocks aren’t often used.
HOW TO APPLY HENNA PASTE.
Applying henna should be done by using the brush or craft stick, apply the henna paste evenly all over your feet. Make sure to apply henna between and under each toe. The paste will want to squish from between your toes while it is wet. Keep re-applying in layers.
HOW LONG HENNA PASTE TAKE TO DRY.
After applying the henna design, the paste will take approximately fifteen to thirty minutes to dry. You should leave the paste on at least thirty minutes and may leave it on longer if you like. Leaving the paste on longer helps produces a longer lasting stains.
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