Want that rich, dark, long-lasting henna?
That gorgeous color doesn't happen by accident. But there are ways to prepare for your henna appointment a best-practices for henna aftercare.
Henna (mehndi) is a temporary form of body art with a rich history throughout the world. Henna is not just gaining popularity in the US, but globally. Naturally, I'm delighted and want to henna ALL the people - and I want the stain to be rich and long lasting.
In the Mid-west in the summer, it's super easy to get a good stain because the henna 'loves heat'. But in the winter, you have to work just a little bit harder to stay warm
It is important that your artist can make effective paste from natural ingredients, but the actual success of the stain is really up to you. Keep reading for best practices and prepping for your appointment...
Prepping for your appointment & best aftercare practices
Alchemy prepares fresh natural paste from the leaves of the henna plant. The paste is painted onto the skin, the lawsone molecule in the plant begins to stain the skin. To get the best possible, darkest, longest lasting stain, the success is up to you.to prepare
when you first take off the henna paste, your design will be orange (maybe a little disappointing) - - but it will get darker in the next 24 hours