Henna dye is a paste produced from Dried leaves of a plant found in tropical and subtropical region of Africa, Asia and Australia.Natural henna only stains the skin into orange,red,black or brown.
Henna is paste associated with positive spirit and good luck. Henna was used in the Arabian peninsula,India subcontinent, North and middle East, Carthage,order parts of North Africa and the Horn of Africa. The name is used in order skin and hair dyes, such as black and neutral henna, neither of which is derived from the henna dye.
Below are some illustrations and pictures showing different Simple henna designs that you can do it yourself:
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