Friday, September 17, 2010


Beautiful and Creative Mehndi Design For Foot/Feet

  • Friday, September 17, 2010
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  • Thursday, September 16, 2010


    Latest Eid Mehndi Patterns - Arabic Hand Mehndi Designs

  • Thursday, September 16, 2010
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    Simple and Latest Mehndi Designs for Beginners - Simple Mehndi Patterns

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    Beautiful Mehndi Design basic - Creative Mehndi Design dark

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    How to get Dark Colored Mehndi - How to Apply Mehendi Designs

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  • How to get dark Colored Mehendi & types of designs and patterns

    He could be proud who discovered that when the leaves of the mehandi plant (Henna ) when pulped and applied the skin color would be changed into orange color. And the major thing is that it had even acquired a major place in the beauty tradition of our country. Now Mehandi Ceremony is an indispensable part of marriage in various parts irrespective of traditions or caste. In villages the children plucks, grinds and applies in round and square shapes where as in cities the concept is entirely different.

    Now the Mehandi (Henna )is a part of modern life. Now the city girls also applies it during any important days or during any programme. But the specialized beauticians apply it with designs. This Mehendi is used color nails and even at last to the wedding bridegrooms mehndi patterns. The are thousands of Mehendi designs like

    • Arabic designs
    • Faded mehandi designs
    • Mughal designs
    • Rajasthani design
    • our own portrait designs.
    • Indian mehandi designs
    • pakistani mehndi patterns

    In short, it can be used instead of wearing ornaments. In these designs, we can even make more attractive by using glittering items. If we know, some technology we can our self prepare and modify it. Now a day the Henna powder is available in market in different names such as mehandi, Mehendi so that no need to search around fro its leaves. Even the readymade cones are available which is ready for applying. This cone can be prepared at home itself.

    Mehendi Preparation

    We can even prepare the mehandi in dark red colors too. Let us see its preparation:

    Firstly, gently separate the other component from the Mehendi and add about 4 pieces of tamarind then a teaspoon of sugar, this component should be put inside half cup of water. After filtering just put some salt powder in it then into this, mix about 100gram of henna powder with around 10-12 drops of eucalyptus oil. Then keep this paste for an hour. This paste is similar to that of our ordinary toothpaste but with only a single difference i.e. with that of its color.

    If it is difficult to make the solution of tamarind and sugar then we could use the boiled black coffee with the water of two lemons and some vinegar. But if we use the second method then before applying the paste just massage the body part with some eucalyptus oil to make more reddish. Since the Mehendi makes the body temperature cool, it is advised not to be used by the people suffering from fever. After applying with in a short time, it sticks into our body. Then apply 1/4th tablespoon of lemon water with some sugar.
    How to remove Mehendi

    Before clearing out Mehendi from the applied part apply the previous solution two or three times, but while washing we should not use chlorine or salt water as it may reduce the color.
    How to get dark Colored Mehendi?

    If the color of the Mehendi is not too dark, then apply a little tiger balm over it then automatically the color increases. The color remains as such for about 15 days.

    How to Apply Beautiful Mehndi Designs & Patterns

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  • How to Apply Mehndi?

    You can make your own Mehndi powder by drying henna leaves in shade. It might take weeks for them to dry to a crisp and you need to grind them thoroughly. You may also buy henna Mehndi cones and Mehndi powder from the market.

    1. Henna Mehndi powder sieved through a muslin cloth.
    2. Well strained strong tea decoration.
    3. Eucalyptus oil (few drops).
    4. Strained lime juice.
    5. Sugar (one table spoon).

    Take the henna Mehndi powder in a bowl, add the tea till it becomes a thick paste (similar to a dough). Add eucalyptus oil, sugar and lime juice and mix well to make it into a smooth and thin paste.
    Leave it covered over night or during the day if you prefer to apply in the night.

    Make a cone....
    Take a thick plastic cover or use any thick freezer bag - cut it into shape of rectangle 7" X 4". Twist one corner of the cover to make a cone. Tighten the tip to make tiny hole. Hold the tip and fill the paste and tie the broader end tightly with a thread.

    You also get ready-made cones from the market.

    Let imagination fly...
    Now have fun. What ever you draw is beautiful Mehndi patterns and is a master piece of Mehndi Designs your own.

    You should leave the Mehndi to dry on your skin and keep it on for as long as possible (4 to 6 hours if possible - you may go to bed also with it). Scrape it after that. The color will become deeper if you leave it untouched by water for another 4 to 6 hours. A deep color may last upto two weeks. The coloration varies from person to person.


    Friday, September 10, 2010


    Aftercare Tips For Fresh Tattoos | Tips and Tricks

  • Friday, September 10, 2010
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  • Aftercare Tips For Fresh Tattoos | Tips and Tricks
    -Take bandage off in 2 hours
    -Wash tattoo carefully with warm soapy water
    -Lightly pat the tattoo until dry…
    -Apply a very thin coat of bacitracin or aquaphor ointment 3 times a day for 3 to 5 days
    -Although re-bandaging a tattoo is not recommended, if covering the tattoo is necessary a sterile bandage or dressing should be used.
    -Be sure and wash the tattoo every night and morning…
    -Avoid tattoo exposure to direct sunlight and refrain from swimming in fresh, salt or chlorinated water for at least 2 weeks.

    History Of Mehndi/Henna

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  • History Of Mehndi/Henna
    Art of Mehndi (or Mehandi) tradition is a long-term effects of many ancient cultures dating back as much as over 5000 years, but did not until today most of its history in India. Today is still used in religious ceremonies and rituals in India, but also gained appreciation in other countries as a fine art to be valued at any time. So, what exactly is Mehndi? Mehndi is the art of temporary henna done on the body. Henna powder is
    derived from the plant (actually Bush), Lawsonia inermis, commonly found in the Middle East and other areas where the climate is hot and dry. And Bush is harvested, dried and then crushed to make henna powder. Henna is the same as that in a lot of things, such as its treatment, and heat rash relief and skin conditioner, for example, only
    a few. Higher leaf is the best wedding site, while the lower part of the plant is used for other purposes. Henna paste is made for the application of henna designs.

    Henna/Mehndi powder itself is green in color, but the stain is usually leave an orange red. There are many providers now offer henna in a variety of colors, but this is not recommended. Pure henna had little or no incident of allergic reaction. When added to natural henna color and to respond to moderate to severe. Black henna is known for severe burns caused by chemicals added to cause the production of the effect of black. Henna is the best way to be appreciated in its purest form.
    Most people are familiar with traditional henna designs seen. This beautiful complex patterns similar to those used for wedding ceremonies and other rites. Usually adorn the hands and feet of the wearer, and should continue for several hours to apply the paste and then left to dry. Color of henna is best known for the hands and feet as a result of the dry-absorbing properties and also the best color, but henna can be applied anywhere. The ability of the skin to take the henna will depend
    on the characteristics of each individual skin.Today henna is done in many forms including more contemporary designs Some believed in a permanent tattoo might apply henna first to see if they like the look before a final decision. Some just enjoy with a temporary design they know to wash in a few weeks. Whatever your reasons for interest in henna, you go in the form of beautiful art rich in culture.

    Friday, September 3, 2010


    Moon And Stars Tattoo - Belly Tattoo Design

  • Friday, September 3, 2010
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  •  Moon And Stars Tattoo -  Belly Tattoo Design
    Beautiful Moon And Stars Tattoo Design for Belly

    Tribal Dragon Tattoo Designs

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  • Tribal Dragon Tattoo Designs
    cool tribal dragon tattoo designs on the leg