Sunday, 3 March 2013

Latest Mehendi Designs 2013

Mehndi is a colored temporary tattoo made with the help of henna on skin. Mehndi is incorporated in different styles and designs over hands and feet by women from different regions. It is considered as an additional ornament for enhancing a woman’s relinquished beauty. Mehndi is applied on special occasions like Wedding, Karwa chauth and Eid.
There are different types of mehndi designs that one can incorporate like Arabic Mehndi, Nail Paint mehndi, bridal mehndi, zardosi mehndi, rajasthani mehndi, indo–arabian mehndi and hyderabadi mehndi. Also, there are different colors in which mehndi is available. Colors like orange and brown are the most preferable colors for brides and girls. Other prominent colors are red, dark brown.. Mehndi can also be accentuated with stylish beads, zardosi and sparkles. Women fondly flaunt the name of their spouses in between the gaps of mehndi to make it even more special.















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3 comments

  1. Mehendi also known as henna in the western world is the application of as a temporary form of skin decoration, practiced mainly India and Nepal.mehndi is typically applied during special Hindu occasions like weddings and festivals like Karva Chauth, Vata poornima, Diwali, Bhaidooj and Teej.
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  3. Loving it :)
    I'm also a mehndi artist. So I'll definitely try these designs. woww... Great researh Farah (h)

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