Mehndi is the ancient art of applying henna paste to the skin in artistic patterns and designs. It has been used as a form of body beautification for centuries and continues to be a popular form of body art.
The Henna Page
A page devoted to the practicalities of using henna for body decoration. Application instructions, links, message forum for henna artists and those just learning the art of mehndi.
Information about tattoos, henna paste ingredients, aftercare, and how henna works on the skin. Includes a brief history and merchandise.
FAQ section, application techniques, image gallery, and black henna information.
Supplies, information, designs, background details, and body care items.
Features a discussion on the body decoration practices in India and Arabic cultures. Open to questions and the sharing of knowledge. Membership information.
Background and historical information on this ancient art. Recipes and methods of application, tips to getting a good stain, and an artist directory.
Hindustanlink - Mehandi
Designs for the hands and feet. Artwork submissions accepted.
International Certification For Natural Henna Artists
Volunteer peer assessment for Henna Artists. Tests and certifies a henna artist’s understanding of the fundamental principles of henna, skin, hygiene, safety, culture and traditions.
Paste recipes, photo gallery, before and after pictures of henna application.
Information regarding how long the stain will last after application and a description of what it is like to have henna body art done.
Images available for download on various mehndi designs.
Image gallery and henna application information.
Last update:January 6, 2016 at 3:05:09 UTC