* Henna

What is henna?

The art of henna (or mehndi as it is commonly known) starts with the henna plant. Its leaves are ground up to make a powder to which lemon juice, tea, or water is added. The paste is then applied to the skin, and when the paste dries and cracks off, it leaves behind a stain. The color of the stain will vary depending on where the paste was applied (palms of the hands and feet stain darkest and longest) and where the henna is from (Indian henna is a redder color, while Moroccan henna is known to be more of a brownish hue). Usually, though, the color will be anywhere from a rusty orange to dark red. There is no such thing as a black henna stain, though it is possible for very dark brown colors to be achieved.

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