Today I'm sharing some of the henna designs I made the last few days for practice. I thought it would be good to share these now that eid is approaching. I'd like to say that I used to use premade henna-mehndi cones at first but now I make my own henna paste with 100% natural henna because I don't know how safe the premade henna cones are. I've seen some photos on the internet with very bad allergic reactions of people from "black henna" and I don't know about it because I've never used it but I decided to stay away from all the mass produced henna products. So I buy natural (or even organic) henna powder and make my own henna cones that I know are safe for me. By the way there is no such thing as black henna, henna (lawsonia inermis) only stains a color in the rage of orange-red-burgundy-brown NEVER black. The so-called "black henna" may contain para-phenylenediamine, also known as PPD which is used in hair dyes and can cause some severe reactions on some people, beware.
Essie Where's my chauffeur
Essie Bikini so teeny