Hi! This is Kathleen Wright, Miami Beach, Florida, hennaparties.com. We’re going to go over very quickly on how to get started with some basic shapes. Most of the designs that we do are circle base or diamonds or spirals and I want you to start off like by just practicing them at home on paper
Hi there, this is Kathleen Wright from Miami, hennaparties.com. What I want to tell you about mixing Henna is shifted Henna once it’s shifted just put lemon juice in it. I have this little applicator that I squeezed fresh lemon into which you can also use fresh lemon juice that’s fine. Don’t put any water,
Hello this is Heather for Expert Village. Next we’re going to add lavender just one eye dropper full, much less than the Cajeput and just mix that in there. So lavender while it does have monoterpene alcohol, so it isn’t quiet as strong at bringing out the darker colors on that. Just mix that in.
This is Heather for expertvillage.com and in the series of clips we’ve shown you how to do your own henna designs, how to make henna paste and you should be well on your way to get started doing henna. In case you would like to hire a professional artist, some things that you can look
Hello this is Heather for Expert Village. I’m going to go in and this time we’re going to do a little shading on leaves or petals instead of the dot and pull design. When you do shading, it’s just by taking the line that’s already there and just pulling it little bit by bit towards
Hi! I’m Kathleen Wright from Miami, hennaparties.com. The last segment we said that we were going to center an armband basically we’ve done the sun and what we’re ready to do now is to do sides real quick. I’m not going to do the whole thing but what you would do is you just start
Now once we have the basic flower shape, we’re going to practice putting some little accent marks around the flower, which is what I call points and commas. Basically, that’s what they look like, little commas. You squeeze a bit of the henna down into a round point, and then you lift it with a
Hello this is Heather Caunt-Nulton on behalf of expertvillage.com. I’m Internationally Certified Henna Artist through the ICNHA, the International Certification for Natural Henna Artist. What we’re going to be doing in this clip is continuing from the paisley that we’ve already done on Dez’s arm and building from it. We’re going to do a peacock