Henna designing is a form of complex oriental henna painting that has been practiced for thousands of years. Henna designing is ancient form of body art. Through the ages, on every auspicious occasion, Henna is always been associated with women. Various patterns of Henna designs are * Arabic Henna Designs * Bridal Mehndi Designs * Henna Tattoos * Mehndi Designs * Mehndi Design for Fingers * Mehndi Design for Hand * Mehndi Design for Leg * Saroski Design * Crystal Patterns * Peacock Designs * Mehndi Designs for Party
Henna designing is used as cosmetic and has an art of curing skin problems, whereby the dried leaves of the henna plant are crushed into a powder, then made into a paste that is applied to the body to safely dye the skin. Creating mehndi designs is actually very simple and just by practicing you can be a great artist. Mehndi design consists of taking small designs and motifs like mango shapes, straight lines, scallop lines, dots, tear-drops, leaf shapes, etc. and combining them to make large, more complex designs. Creating your own images is much more fun than using a stencil. Although some Mehndi designs may seem too difficult and thin to be drawn by using henna, if you have the henna at the right flow, and if the point on your cone is thin enough, these designs are completely possible but, you need to develop your experience with henna to do these designs fully.
There are various occasions and colorful event, Mehandi has a great significance and respect quite linked to spacious occasions like Karva Chauth, Raksha Bandhan, Weddings, Teej and all other related occasions. In many parts of India, henna is part and parcel of a woman's life especially during festivals and weddings. Mehndi has broken free of the traditional wedding, Eid days and is being applied for a Valentines Day bash, a formal party or even an evening at a disco. The role of henna goes much beyond cosmetic and art of beauty. Henna has a deeper meaning to the women of India. The night before a wedding is known as the 'Night of Henna (Mehendi) when the bride's hands and feet are decorated in a beautiful floral and fertility designs. It is one of the most precious jewels for brides, to carry good luck for their married life.