Sunday July 24th,starting at 10:30 AM and going to 3:30 PM Margaret Souayah will be in our office at 2100 Manchester Road Suite 610 to offer beautiful Henna designs to anyone who would like to try a temporary hand drawn Henna tattoo.
Designs range from 10.00 to 30.00, depending on the complexity of the design.
There are limited openings for this great event, and YOU are invited. Please give us a call at 630 863 4712 to reserve a spot on July 24th with Margaret!
Essential Healing and Massage
2100 Manchester Road Suite 610
Wheaton IL. 60187
Sunday July 24th
10:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Contact: Ph 630 863 4712, email:email@example.com
What is henna?
Henna is a small flowering shrub that has many uses. The fragrant flowers are used to create perfume, and the leaves are dried and then turned into a fine powder that’s used for dying clothes, hair and temporarily dying the skin — hence henna tattooing. The plant has even been known to treat skin conditions.
Where did henna tattooing come from?
The exact origins of henna tattooing aren’t clear, however the tradition dates back as far as Ancient Egypt. It was said that Cleopatra used henna to adorn her body and Egyptians used the dye to paint the nails of mummies before they were buried.
The art of applying henna to the hands and feet is known as Mehndi, and is traditionally used for celebrations and rites of passage. Every culture and region of the world uses henna tattoos in its own unique way. For Hindu weddings, henna is painted on the bride to symbolize joy, beauty, spiritual awakening and offering, while Moroccans often paint doors with henna to bring prosperity and chase away evil. Depending on where you get henna tattoos, they will look different. Indian tattoos feature fine lines and floral patterns, while Arabic henna designs tend to be larger in scale and African henna patterns are more bold and geometric.
This depends on a few factors like skin type, lifestyle and body part, but generally speaking, the stain will last somewhere between one and three weeks.