What is Henna?
Henna is a plant:
Henna (Lawsonia inermis) is harvested and processed into a powder. A paste is blended which will stain the skin.
The raw henna powder arrives bright green and the texture of baking flower. When combined with liquid and essential oils; science meets magic and art is born.
Henna is not a tattoo. A tattoo uses a needle, is permanent, and can be painful. Henna is a prepared paste which stains the skin, is temporary and painless.
Henna has been at the heart of celebrations the world over: Creating a connection for guests, adorning the body and honoring transition.
For more about modern henna, check out the Caught Red Handed Podcast hosted by Kenzi Henna. Or learn more bout the history of henna by visiting Henny by Sienna's Blog EshkolHaKofer.
Lingerie or Guerrilla Marketing?
"Where did you get that henna?" -- "did you go to a wedding?' -- "yoga retreat?
Henna provides a lasting memory and is an excellent way for you to connect with your self, your clients, guests and retreat attendees. They leave with a visible reminder of a shared experience or a powerful reminder of the commitment they have made for themselves."
"Just for me" is a legitimate reason too -- our choices around adornment are powerful, unique and unnecessary to justify to anyone: I honor that!
And it provides a conversation-starter, linking your event with each connection they make out in the world.
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