Want a tattoo but afraid of the pain, maybe you can try henna tattoo


Once I have told you about “Tragedy Caused by Black Henna Tattoos“. Today I want to introduce you to the real Henna tattoo.
Henna tattoo originated in India, also called “mehndi”, is a short period of time that can be saved body painting, is an ancient art of body decoration, very popular in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa.
Henna tattoos and tattoo are not the same, its biggest advantage is that not make you feel pain. Both can be seen as body art, the former approach is painted, the latter needling. Henna tattoos on the body of the short residence time (Probably it will disappear after a few weeks). The tattoo will leave a permanent mark.
In the early days, Henna tattoos mainly to the bride before the wedding ceremony for decoration. According to tradition in India, every woman must draw henna tattoos while married.
The bride must be the gorgeous dress, wear gold and silver jewelry, a symbol of the future of the noble and rich; in the body, hands, and feet painted with patterns, to Allah, God, pray for happiness.
According to the survey, this hand-painted art has 5,000 years of history, it became popular in the 1990s. In China’s Xinjiang, Yunnan can also see specialized in painting henna tattoos painted division.
We are familiar with the tattoo needle into the skin with a colored bottom. The Henna tattoos are painted with hand-painted pigment in the skin surface. After completion of the pigment and the like after dry drawing and then scraped clean, prior to the draw, a good pattern will emerge. This left a reddish-brown mark.
Henna tattoo pigments used are called “Henna” plants. I was a child who also uses it to dyed nails.
This shrub with leaves and buds of plants, ground into an extremely fine paste. It has become an important hand-painted raw material for Henna tattoos.
In India, the bride Henna tattoo patterns have lots of meanings. A lot of flowers represent the bride” blessing many sons, “the peacock and lotus is the national bird and national flower of India, the symbol of beauty, wealth. Raising the nose of an elephant represents family prosperity and good luck.
But now many other areas of the Henna tattoo artists will incorporate other patterns into the Henna tattoo according to their own design style. In addition to Indian flowers, birds, and elephants, Henna tattoos can be different.
I was lucky enough to get to know a Chinese Henna tattoo artist——Felix.
He also incorporates his own style in Henna tattoos, such as the Henna tattoo with Chinese style elements.
In fact, Henna tattoos can also be painted by ourselves. Anyone who wants to paint can draw their own paintings. If they are wrong, they can be wiped off immediately. This is much more convenient than going to tattoos. It is especially suitable for people who want tattoos and are afraid of regrets.
If you paint Henna tattoo by yourself, it is not recommended to buy Hannah tattoo cream on the Internet. According to Henna tattooist Felix, many of the Henna tattoos sold online have added chemical ingredients that are likely to make skin allergic. After all, the real Henna tattoo cream is a pure plant dye that is not added, even can use for women and children.
You can also find your friends who good at draw pictures and help you draw some large patterns. When the Henna tattoo cream is dry and peeled off, it will be very beautiful. If you are worried about poor painting, you should go to a professional Henna tattoo artist!
About Henna Tattoo Color:
Henna only natural brown-red can be maintained 10-15 days, Henna improved color as well as black, etc., to maintain 3-7 days, a metal such as gold, silver,  white color for 1 day or 3-7 days, depending on the material depending black and color contain some chemical substances, allergies need to be cautious and easy to use.
After the Henna tattoo is drawn, is it automatically dried or washed off after drying?
When I looked at the information, I saw that some of them were scraped off after drying out, and some were washed after 20-60 minutes after painting. According to Felix, this is based on color. (The longer the paste stays, the darker the color)

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