Henna 'tattoos' have been a beautiful way of decorating the body (often for ceremonial reasons and for traditional weddings) for over 5000 years in countries of the Middle East, India, and northern Africa.
Henna designs are created on the skin using henna paste, (applied with a cone) and
is made by mixing the green henna powder (made by crushing the leaves of the henna
Having henna done is relaxing, and calming. It feels refreshingly cool on the skin
and is painless. The designs can be as small, or as large as you like -
More about our Henna Tattoos services including a general price guide, and details and information on my DIY Henna Kits and how to purchase them.
Please view the photos of some of my various designs, including many of them customised, uniquely for the customer.
So called 'Black Henna' is actually made by using additional products to make the henna tattoo look black ie: printers ink, charcoal 'dust' or even black hair dye, which is mixed in with the henna mixture, causing it to be toxic, with some people having severe reactions to the PPD in the 'black henna', which can cause burning, blistering, soreness, scars and illness.