10 Easy & Simple Henna Designs to Wear this EidMonday, June 13, 2016
‘Henna’ also termed as ‘Hina’ and ‘Mehendi’, is one of the famous body art adorned by women from Middle East, Africa and Indian sub cont...
Monday, June 13, 2016
‘Henna’ also termed as ‘Hina’ and ‘Mehendi’, is one of the famous body art adorned by women from Middle East, Africa and Indian sub continental countries. It owes a great deal of importance in the cultural settings of these countries heading back to the bronze ages in eastern Mediterranean.
Henna is precisely used as a natural dye to adore hands, feet and various body parts, specifically by women. It is extracted from the leaves and stem of a woody shrub from hot and humid regions known as ‘Lawsonia Inermis’. In western countries Henna has gained immense popularity as a temporary tattoo and various companies are involved in the production of such tattoos that do not stay for more than a day or two.
The fresh henna leaves do not produce stains on the skin because the lawsone molecules do not trespass by fresh leaves onto the skin. The lawsone molecules are the actual cause behind the stains, as soon as they are absorbed by the outer layer of skin leaving behind a burgundy stain on it. These molecules bind up with the proteins in the skin layer when the henna paste is applied on it resulting in a temporary coloration of skin.
Well that is quite enough for the history class, I have collected some amazing henna designs videos for my beautiful readers that are pretty simple to adorn along with step by step guide. Eid is already coming-in and these simple mehendi designs are perfect to astound your friends this year. I have seen tons of blogs featuring the same old henna designs for ages and I want something awesome for my readers so I have come up with these videos for you. Feel free to follow them on Youtube.
01 - Easy Bridal Henna Design with Step By Step Description of the Design by Shruti Arjun Anand
Shruti started her amazing Youtube Channel in January 2011 that goes with the name Shruti Arjun Anand. She posted this fabulous Henna design video a while ago. Her amazing presentation skills and a fabulous Henna artwork has really inspired me. You can subscribe to her Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIsotCCdTjStPCLyD9iBCCQ
02- Another Popular Henna Design from summer 2014 by Free Hand Mehendi
This simple and yet amazing Henna design was first created by Divya Patel and later the video for the same design was uploaded by Free Hand Mehendi on their Youtube Channel. You can follow Divya on instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/hennabydivya/?hl=en as she has gotten loads of Henna Designs on her instagram page with an amazing following of over 228k folks from around the world. You can also subscribe to Free Hand Mehendi Channel on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/FreeHandMehndi/featured
03- The Jewellery Inspired Henna Design by Hira
Girls if you are really looking for something new and easy Henna Design this Eid watch this superb video tutorial by Hira. She is an amazing Henna artist from Islamabad, Pakistan and managing her Youtube Channel and Facebook page and also offering her services as well. You can subscribe to here Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRij_d_pB4HB_xTOi_RUr1Q
04- The Simple & Easy Arabic Henna Strip Design by Mehr Mehndi
If you are really in a hurry for a quick henna design on your hands, try this one. This simple Arabic Henna strip looks gorgeous and takes only a few minutes to settle on your hands. Works best for casual wear without any cluttered and heavy feel.
05- Stylish Mehndi Tattoo Design for Beginners by Mehr Mehndi
Another stylish and easy Arabic Mehndi Tattoo design with a step by step tutorial by Mehr. You can wear this design in wedding ceremonies and in festive occasions like Eid plus they look pretty good and clean. You can follow Mehr on her Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO59Gb6ZSmSVk3a2x3zQHvA
06- Dubai Henna Design for Eid and Mehndi Events by Zara Mehndi Designs
The floral Arabic henna design is a little intricate to wear but this tutorial has made it superbly easy to try yourself at home. You can wear this henna design in Eid and occasions like Mehndi ceremony.
Zara Mehndi Designs has gotten a huge list of Mehndi video tutorials that are easy, stylish and covers every occasion perfectly, you can follow Zara Mehndi Designs on their Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbg7070zY6YQX3W05hWny0g
07- The Bridal Henna Design by Sunil Kumar
This one is particularly heavy and it would look gorgeous on brides. However you can also try it in the wedding ceremonies. Sunil has gotten superb expertise in Bridal Mehndi Designs there are tons of others video tutorials by him.
To browse more of the exquisites bridal designs you can subscribe to his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCML__NEREGhxQ22Fijbgo4A
08- The Super Intricate Bridal Henna Design by HMW Art
This bridal Henna design is super intricate and not the easiest one you have seen by now. I have tried this design like tons of time but it needs some real efforts, expertise and dedication. If you are a Henna freak do not miss this Mehndi Tutorial in particular.
You can also try other Henna video tutorials by HMW Art on their Youtube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSJUcIh2zDMCLEqFLzf114A
09- The Mughali Mehndi Design by Kashee’s
You would need to have a lot of expertise to properly wear this henna design. This Mughali Mehndi design is a perfect fit for the brides and it is not for the casual wear though. Kashee’s is one of the famous beauty parlors from Pakistan owned by Kashif Aslam and Anam Aslam.
You can find a number of interesting videos by Kashee’s here: https://www.facebook.com/KasheesBeautyParlor/videos/
10- Beautiful & Simple Henna Design by Matroj Mehndi Designs
A step by step video tutorial of a beauty and yet simple henna design for this Eid. You can wear this henna design easily at home without a lot of practice.
You can find other creative Mehndi designs by this artist on their Youtube channel. You can follow Matroj Mehndi Designs here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCECgulN13NACgO49LRXeQpA
Bonus Tip: How to remove Henna Instantly from Your skin
Well you have seen these amazing henna design videos and I hope you would love to try them too. You can easily remove the Henna from your hands or feet with these beauty hacks, in case if anything goes wrong you can try them ;) and wear a new mehendi design instantly.
There are numerous easy hacks whether you are using normal henna or a henna tattoo and want to remove it fast from your skin after it has been already applied. Henna ink is a really fun to play and it looks really good on your body and you don’t have to commit that long as it is nothing like a normal tattoo you would want. You can get rid of henna quickly with some of these tips:
Salt & Sugar Scrub
There are a few easier ways to take off the henna ink since it naturally comes off as your skin exfoliates, we are going to use exfoliations such as any kind of body scrub you have; sugar and salt scrub is also good. Just pour some sugar salt scrub on the area and let it soak for a little bit and then rub it in the circular motions till you see the skin over ink coming off.
Another quick way is hydrogen peroxide, let it stay on your skin for a little while and rub it with cotton ball in a circular motion. This hack can end up drying your skin excessively so you may as well use some body lotion or cream on the area after using it.
You can also use any household conditioner you have and just rub it in a circular motion and let the skin absorb it and it would come off within a few minutes.
Use a washcloth which is really good in natural exfoliation of skin.
Lemon Juice & Salt
Pour a few drops of lemon juice and use Iodized salt to exfoliate the skin in a circular motion. The lemon juice can dramatically remove the ink instantly with gentle salt exfoliation.
Dish soap, Baking Soda and Olive Oil Combo
If you really want to get rid of henna ink instantly you can use any dish soap you have at home, olive oil to help hydrate the skin and add some baking soda. Mix all these ingredients to create a thick paste and then rub it on your skin in circular motion and wash it off.