Simple Henna Tattoo Designs Definations
Simple Henna Pattern - Design for the Back of the Hand.
By palangpintu on January 6, 2011 | From hennatattoos2011.blogspot.com
This simple henna tattoo is a modification of a design by Kim of Hasina Mehndi. She has generously offered free henna tattoo designs for other artists to use.
If you visit her site, you will certainly enjoy a very elegant style of henna tattoo! and beautiful examples of gilding.
This elegant henna is just a bit of one of those free henna patterns adjusted to please the client.
The body art of henna tattoo is used to enhance the natural beauty of the hands and feet.
I believe this pattern, in this position, accomplishes that goal. For henna tattoo this summer, please call for an appointment.
Henna Tattoo Designs For Everyone
By Fashionmagazine25 on March 12, 2012 | From fashionmagazine25.com
Henna tattoos are fun to have. They are only temporary; you can erase them if the fancy have died down. You can also play around with millions of henna tattoo designs. Having henna tattoos are cheap as well compared to real tattoos and the best part is: there is no pain involved when you have them on your skin.
Henna tattoos originated from South Asia particularly in India. They are also known as Mehndi. The pigment is derived from the henna plant Lawsonia enermis which is an active dye that binds to the skin, nails and hair. Henna tattoo designs are often associated with religion, spirituality and are used during special ceremonies like weddings or festivities before the war to ask for divine protection.
You can definitely play around your chosen tattoo designs. You can have simple or elaborate designs depending on your preferences. And since they are only temporary, you can have different designs from time to time if you want to. Henna tattoo designs became trendy over the years, thanks to Madonna who had used Indian henna tattoo designs as a back drop on one of her albums highlighting the Indian culture and spirituality. Though she has been labeled blasphemous and she has desecrated the religious aspect and spirituality of the symbols or designs she used, it did not stop people from buying her albums and imitating her.
The most common designs include Arabic and Indian patterns commonly placed on the back of the hand or feet. Indian designs usually involve intricate patterns of lotuses, teardrops, flowers, webs and other paisley patterns. Indian patterns usually involve fine, well drawn lines and often carry religious and spiritual messages.
Arabic designs on the other hand a
Design Tattoos – Mehndi-Henna
By Fashionmagazine25 on February 20, 2012 | From fashionmagazine25.com
Traditionally the Mehndi-Henna design tattoos are a very important part of the Indian wedding ceremony. This design is often placed on the entire palm of the bride’s hands, or it is displayed in some pattern which is put on one side of her hands. It is the red hue of the henna that makes this design tattoo so unique.