Images of mehndi tiki designs - Tattoowise
Bridal Arabic Henne Designs by Rohini Ruparel
1st henna for Melissa
Artistry: Larissa, Dragonfly Designs Henna www.AtlanticHenna.com
Henna design on paper
K does not like flowers..."that's a circle with lines" (on the back of the hand) "I swear..." lol
or aum. however ywanna spell it.
All decorated ready for my brother's wedding on Saturday. Given that these things take a couple of weeks to wear off, I guess they'll be inadvertently featuring in a number of future 365 pictures :-)
Edmonton Tattoo Festival 2009 Larissa's artistry based on mookie's sketch.
Henna Applied by Ranjana Patel (Melodic Lotus). Design by Ranjana Patel. This Photo shows the colour of Henna stain on Day 3 after application.
This is Mehendi (Henna) I did on my cousin for her cousins wedding.
Mehndi on Jaya (my cousin's cousin) for her cousin's wedding... confused?... I am!
this is what I did literally minutes ago... I so wanted to play around with the huge collection of swarovski that I have built up over the years. Both the designs are from Asha Savla's book 'Khaleeji'.
Want to show you the rich henna color that adds beauty and joy to your hands & heart.
Mehndi (or Henna) is the application of henna (Hindustani: हेना- حنا- urdu) as a temporary form of skin decoration, in South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Somaliland as well as expatriate communities from these areas. It is typically employed for special occasions, particularly weddings. It is usually drawn on the hands and feet, where the color will be darkest because the skin contains higher levels of keratin which binds permanently to lawsone, the colorant of henna........more at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mehndi
A Neeta Design, attempted by NYHenna. <3 For my sister-in-law's ceremony.
Bridal feet by Tejal Shah www.khoobsurathenna.com