Henna is a plant best known for its use to color and condition the hair naturally. The henna plant, famous for Rajastan, India, grows in warm climates. The leaves from the plant are crushed and make into a paste to safely draw a design directly on the skin.
Henna is suggested as the effective temporary human body art because of the extensive variety offered by it with regards to style and color. While you can have complex styles with different colors for exclusive activities, simple patterns can also be used to meet the needs. The result of this temporary tattoo, traditionally reddish brown in color, will last any where from a few days to several weeks. The application process is painless and in no way harms the skin. Even better, now henna is available in easy-to-use Henna Pens that make applying henna body art styles as simple as showing on papers.
How Long Does It Last?
The design will look good for 1 to 2 weeks, fading gradually within that time.
Factors determining this are:
- depth of the stain
- part of the body it is applied to
- exposure to water, chemicals and rubbing