Booking your henna artist
Our henna is all natural and hand mixed in house which means its 100% safe for everyone.
We don’t require any special seating areas. We need a small table and two chairs. Good lighting always helps too.
How many, how fast? We go with the flow depending on how long you hire us for, and how many people are waiting to receive henna.
Apple, Microsoft, Tumblr, Yahoo, Nordstrom, UGGS, Nickelodeon, Neiman Marcus, Disney, Lulu Lemon, Toms, Burke Williams, Fred Segal, Universal, Sony, Fox, NBC, Red Bull, UCLA, USC, Chapman University, Life Insurance and many more
Eddy Murphy house party, Jessica Simpson house party, Marissa Tomei two private sessions, Justin Timberlake house party, Jessica Biel private session and house party, Hillary Duff Baby Shower, Halle Berry Baby Shower and private session, Lori Giannulli private party and many more
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Baby Showers, Wedding Showers, Birthdays, Weddings, Blessingsway, Girls night out, Spa Party, Anniversary, Graduation, Prom, Holidays and many more
Henna tattoos for parties
Arabic Mehndi (the art of henna tattooing) is one of the most commonly known types of Mehndi designs. It’s composed of large simple floral patterns beautifying the hands and feet of women, though reflecting the skill and expertise of the artists and individuality of designs from all other traditions surrounding the Arabian Peninsula.
Arabic Mehndi uses trailing, bold flower designs with open spaces on only one side of hands and feet. The designs don’t necessarily cover your hands and feet all the way. Arabic patterns leave more skin showing than Indian or Pakistinian patterns. Arabic mehndi consists mostly of floral designs. Animal figures or humans are not usually used. Indo Arabic design combination of Indian & Mughal Arabic mehndi designs with the smallest shapes.
All my designs I do are free hand style, I don’t use a book to copy from. Each design I do is unique to the next, using different forms and twists to mix them up. Pictured above is what I did for Wedding Nouveau Magazine, summer issue 2012.