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Henna Mehendi Design Temporary Tattoos app for iPhone and iPad


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Lifestyle Entertainment
Developer: Hasyim Mulyono
Free
Current version: 1.10, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 05 Oct 2016
App size: 43.21 Mb

Are you looking for FREE how to use and draw henna on your hands, feet and body with "Mehendi design" for custom temporary tattoos. This Henna Design App guide has been created with you in mind! This has been an ever growing trend. Just for you we have compiled numerous images that are at your disposal. To make it even easier, we have organized them into various categories (simple designs, hands, feet, body and step by step instructions). The App include easy henna designs for beginners and kids.

In many cultures henna tattoos used to celebrate special occasions and ceremonies of life. Worldwide, people use henna to celebrate the pregnancy, adulthood, marriage, holidays, and even death. In India and Pakistan, henna tattoo art is called Mehndi.

Henna tattoos have a long history of use in eastern cultures, particularly in the sub continent, Arabia and North Africa, but why is henna so popular today? Some would say that it is simply a fashion trend inspired by celebrities such as Madonna, Liv Tyler, Demi Moore and Prince. Seeing Madonna with henna tattoos on her hands in her video for ‘Frozen’ certainly gave henna more exposure to the media. It became a much talked about style of body decoration, and as a result interest in this traditional art form was ignited, spawning a great deal of promotion on television and in glossy magazines.

One cannot wholly attribute the popularity of henna to those celebrities alone. Henna is still used in eastern cultures and it was only probably a matter of time before these practices became more accessible in today’s multicultural society.

Mehendi, which is a far more traditional name for henna, celebrates the hands as a miracle of creation and a vehicle of love. It focuses our attention on the sacred nature of the hands activities. Here instrument in turn becomes canvas. From the hand to the hand the henna flows a deep red into patterns of personal meaning, defined by and redefining traditions.

Once the use of henna as a form of body decoration became more widespread, it developed in its cultural importance and was included in many aspects of daily, spiritual and ceremonial life. As its popularity grew so to did the diversity of designs, application methods and recipes.

Another attraction of henna tattoos design is that they are temporary. You can try out different styles and designs without them being permanent or painful, unlike real tattoos.