Henna Hand Application 
Mehndi Art to Grace Your Hands & Feet

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Henna Hand Application
 Henna is a plant dye released from the Henna plant (lawsonia inermis). The leaves are dried and crushed to a powder form, then mixed with water and other natural ingredients, such as lemon juice and essential oils to make the henna paste used for applying the mehndi designs.

Once dried and left on the skin for a few hours or overnight, the paste is flaked off leaving a beautiful orange-red-brown temporary stain that darkens over a couple days, then gradually fades over one to three weeks.

Below are three designs, each in different stages of darkening once henna paste is removed:

Paste Just RemovedAfter 24 HoursAfter 2-3 Days
Color Color Change