Traditional Indian Wedding Henna

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Mehndi (derived from the Sanskrit word mendhikā) also known as Henna is a paste used as a temporary dying agent that is bought in a cone-shaped tube and is made into designs. One of the most beautiful and prominent traditions, of what can be a week long celebration associated with Indian weddings, is the “Mehndi Ceremony”. This is when mehndi is applied on the hands and feet of the bride. Often, every female member of the family gets mehndi done. It is a common belief that the darker the color the mehndi leaves on the hands on a bride, the more she will be loved by her husband and mother-in-law. Try 100% Natural Herbal Mehendi Cones Temporary Tattoo Body Art (Pack of 12) for yourself.

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