Mehndi/Heena Art

  • Dreaming about applying mehndi on your own? or Want to learn mehndi at home?
  • You can wake up to this good news: Applying mehndi designs is easy and you can do it like a professional by mastering some basic mehndi design shapes.
  • The shapes could be from simple dot, swirl, or paisley, which you can build into some complex starburst or round mehndi designs or a grand paisley mehndi designs.
  • Basic Design class to help you work along and get the most out of your learning experience.

You’ll leave this course with :

  • Understanding of the history of mehendi\henna.
  • Understanding of henna safety.
  • The secrets to achieving dark stains.
  • Fundamental knowledge of creating basic designs
    …and more!

Syllabus

  • Basic and fingers design (Lines and design)
  • Fillers (between patterns) &
  • Palm design
  • Full hand Mehndi

Learn with us :

  • Henna is a plant that has been used as a dye since the Bronze Ages, primarily in the Eastern Mediterranean region encompassing Northern Africa, Italy, Spain, and the Middle East.
  • It was also widely used in India, where it is still a popular form of temporary body art to this day.
  • To create a dye for the skin, the henna plant is grounded into a paste with a few other ingredients, which is then applied to the body using a cone-shaped funnel.
  • The henna must stay undisturbed on the skin for several hours to properly stain the skin, and then it is washed off.
  • Henna designs can last for days or months.
  • In India, henna designs on skin are called mehndi