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Henna on hand

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Henna on hand. Get inspired and try out new things.
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40 Creative Yet Simple Mehndi Designs For Beginners || Easy Mehndi Designs With Images | Bling Sparkle

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IN LOVE with this henna design on hand, so awesome! |henna | tatoo | nail art #mehendi #hennaart #henna

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18 Beautiful Henna Tattoo Designs to Try - The Trend Spotter

Discover the beauty and power of henna tattoos with these gorgeous, versatile designs. Find out why everyone's talking about it!

The art of henna (called mehndi in Hindi & Urdu) has been practiced for over  Origin of Henna5000 years in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Middle East. There is some documentation that it is over 9000 years old.  Because henna has natural cooling properties, people of the desert, for centuries, have been using henna to cool down their bodies.

The art of henna (called mehndi in Hindi & Urdu) has been practiced for over Origin of Henna5000 years in Pakistan, India, Africa and the Middle East. There is some documentation that it is over 9000 years old. Because henna has natural cooling properties, people of the desert, for centuries, have been using henna to cool down their bodies.