FAQ’s About Henna Art

Q: Where does henna come from?

Henna comes from a small shrub brush that grows about 4 feet high called lawsonia inermis. It is grown in various tropical climates of Asia and Africa.

Q: Does getting a henna tattoo designs hurt?

No. In fact, henna has a cooling, refreshing effect on the skin, most people comment that it is very relaxing. Henna not only feels good, but it also has a therapeutic aroma. The henna tattoo designs are applied topically with an applicator and the process of getting a tattoo is like putting frosting onto a cake. Your skin absorbs the henna so that there is no breaking of the skin by henna tattoo.

Q: Is henna tattoo design is temporary?

Yes. A henna tattoo will stain the skin from 1-4 weeks. Generally most people get 2 weeks. The variation of the stain depends on where you put the henna design, where the pores are larger, the henna will absorb more, therefore leaving a deeper, longer stain. Then when the henna fades, it fades completely, leaving no marks on the skin.

Q: What color will the henna stain appear as on my skin?

The henna will develop into a rich, dark brown. When the henna paste is removed from the skin, the color’s first stage is a pale orange that develops into a reddish brown within the first 24 hours. Within the following 24 hours, the reddish brown darkens to its starkest shade of a rich brown. Gradually, the color will fade completely.

Q: How much does it cost to get a tattoo art?

Depending on the size and intricacy of the tattoo, the cost will vary. Henna Body Art is available for higher at an hourly rate, or for individual appointments.

Q: When and where would it be appropriate to do henna tattooing?

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