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About Henna Tattoo An Introduction to Mehndi Temporary Body Art by Spirit Vision Henna

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Mehndi is a simple, beautifully spiritual form of body decoration used for thousands of years by peoples of India, Africa & the Middle East. Enjoy a LITTLE MOVIE of Henna Tattoos by Spirit Vision.

Crushed henna leaves combined with lemon juice, tea & essential oils yield a cooling paste used to create temporary tattoos on the skin. The henna paste is applied to the top of the skin using a plastic cone to gently create the pattern.(NO needles are used.. so this is a painless process.)

The color of the final design varies with each person and depends in part on where you put the henna & how long you allow the paste to remain on your skin.

Pictured here is a simple henna tattoo for the back of the hand from the "Sangeet" pattern book. This is a picture of the henna pattern with the paste still on the skin. When the paste is removed, the finished color is revealed. Visit the the Henna Blog & FaceBook Page for more photos!

Spirit Vision Henna offers Traditional Henna Tattoo.

After your henna design is dried, a glaze of lemon-sugar is applied to secure the henna paste to the skin and enhance the final color. Please try to leave the henna paste in place for at least three hours.

The longer the henna paste remains, the deeper the finished color of your tattoo. To the right is a photo of henna tattoo that is "finished". The paste has been allowed to remain on the skin for at least six hours, then is scraped off and the color continues to develop over the next 48 hours.

Designs vary, and are really very personal. I will create patterns that are best suited to you, both physically and energetically. All are free hand desings, I do not use stencils, although I do have plenty of pattern books for you to look through.

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We use Jamila Henna Powder for Dark Lasting Mehandi.

gilded henna tattoo

To be sure you get great color, I make henna tea to add to the paste. Be sure you are not allergic to any of the following ingredients:

Black tea, Cloves, Turmeric, Fenugreek, Lemon, Lime, Paprika, Lavender Oil, Cajeput Oil, Neroli Oil, Pomegranate juice, Roses, Fenugreek, Cardamom or Curry ingredients.

If you are allergic to any of these ingredients, call to have a special henna paste prepared for you.

The colors you see in the tattoo to the left are "gilding", colored gel added after the henna paste is dried. These colors are only good for the day.

The henna paste takes 48 hours to prepare in two stages."Grade AAA" henna powder is combined with lemon juice and allowed to rest in the sun for a day. Then essential oils are added and the paste is allowed to rest again to be sure all dye is released.

Gilding for Your Henna Tattoo is Available - Add Jewel Tones!

After your henna design is completed, a glaze of lemon-sugar is applied at regular intervals to secure the henna paste to the skin and enhance the final color.

Please try to leave the henna paste in place for at least three hours.

For best results leave the paste in place for 6 hours, or overnight. To remove, scrape the hardened paste off the skin. Use a vegetable oil to remove any remaining paste before washing the design. Henna tattoo is an active process. The color of your design will deepen over the next 48 hours.

Moisturizing the design twice daily with a vegetable oil (olive oil is best!) will help make the design last. Your henna tattoo can remain visible on the skin from one to two weeks.

deep red color finished henna tattoo on palm

Spirit Vision Henna also offers Henna for bridal showers, birthdays, corporate events & festivals in the greater Jacksonville, Florida area.

Please call 904-993-7466 for more information.

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* All most all henna designs on this site are free hand patterns by Ann George. However, some are from the collection of patterns by Catherine Cartwright-Jones and others from pattern books by various artists. I try to give credit where ever possible.

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