Monday, 28 May 2012

Rasm-e-Hina

Mehndi Designs is not a huge commitment that a tattoo is by its nature is temporary. For people who are too scared to survive poking with a needle or are too ambivalent to commit to wearing the same permanent design forever - mehendi is a wonderful alternative. I would receommend that anyone who is hesitant about getting a permanent tattoo of henna, try walking the streets with henna design for a few weeks earlier. It helps you discern whether you can accept the constant backward glances and whispers that you often hear when you're in a public place in a decorated person. Henna also allows you to play with designs until you find one that you are comfortable - and then you can get it permanently etched into the skin, if you want. Some people enjoy life while others are much more comfortable with temporary forms of body art. Regardless of how you use henna to decorate the body - The main idea is to have fun.

Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi



Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi

Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi




Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi

Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi

Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi

Rasm e Hina Mehndi
Rasm e Hina Mehndi


Traditional henna designs belong to different styles. Middle Eastern style is mostly made up of floral patterns similar to the Arabic textiles, paintings and sculptures, and usually do not follow the pattern distinctive Indian and Pakistani designs encompass more than just the feet and hands and generally extends up the leg to give the illusion of gloves and stockings, which are composed of lines, paisley patterns and droplets. These styles remain popular today and were joined in popularity by Celtic designs and Chinese symbols. The point is to have fun again, patterns and experimenting with them until you find something that you feel really passionate about. 

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