Henna  Mehndi
All Natural Temporary Henna Tattoo’s are a Non toxic form of body decoration for everyone
Henna stains your skin so henna tattoo’s are pain-free - no needles!  

Henna is fun for everyday wear and all occasions

Henna is the nick-name of a bush of the botanical name Lawsonia inermis. A woody shrub that
originates in the warm, moist regions of North Africa and Asia.

Preparing your skin for henna:  Wash area - pat dry - no lotion & oils

Care - After: The henna is “set” with a lemon-sugar water mixture.  Leave henna paste on as long
as possible - 4-6 hours. Scrape of dried henna or remove with olive or vegetable oil. The design will
be orange at first and will darken over 48 hours to a brown-red color.

Henna varies person to person according to PH level in the skin and ex foliating. The outcome of the
henna depends on many factors including skin type. Therefore with henna there are no guarantees.
If you want your henna to last longer:
*Avoid chlorinated water, saunas and steam rooms it encourages skin to exfoliate
*Avoid scrubbing and rubbing henna when drying- pat off instead.
*Avoid lotions, washing dishes and other household chemicals.
*Coat with vegetable or mineral oil daily before contact with water.
Designs Last: 1-3 weeks on the hands and feet, 3-7 days on the chest, back & upper arms, and 1- 3
weeks on lower legs and arms.
Cost: Henna artist charge between $175.00- $250.00 an hour for parties. Designs range from
$15.00 and up. Tops of both hands or feet $40 - $65. More elaborate designs & Bridal designs
$125.00 and up.
Making you appointment: Call 2 weeks ahead of time to schedule an appointment. You want to
make sure your appointment is approx. 2 days before the occasion. This gives your henna time to
darken to full color. A deposit is required to hold the time slot.

Persian Vitry - Henna Painting done on glass - Persian miniatures.  Please call for available Vitry
ART or to place an order.


The first thing to understand is that there is no such thing as black henna. Henna is the crushed
leaves of the henna plant and gives an orange through brown stain.

Any product that calls itself
black henna is using an ingredient other than henna to achieve its color.

Para-phenylenediamine is often used to create "black henna" temporary tattoos. PPD penetrates
deep into the skin, reaching the dermis (living cells) and passing into the blood stream. This is in
contrast to henna, which only penetrates as far as the dead skin cells of the epidermis.

Once in the blood stream, PPD may have effects on the kidneys, resulting in kidney impairment or
worse. There are published Medical Journal articles reporting injuries and fatalities that have
occurred from PPD's use as "PPD Black Henna".

Repeated or prolonged inhalation exposure may cause asthma, so those who
prepare PPD-based black henna are at risk as well.
Chemical burns & Scars from “Black Henna”

Picture below are from Black Henna
Renn- Fairs
Bridal Parties
Baby Shower
Bachelorette Party
Divorce Party