BLACK HENNA TUBE
Henna, a natural and organic product, is quintessentially used in India, mainly for skin and hair and beautification. It also adds a cultural and medicinal value to the country that has been using it for centuries now.
Henna is versatile and has been in use for dyeing purposes and curing many health problems and also to beautify the hands and feet. Also, it has always been an essential part of every special occasion, especially wedding
Mehndi, as it is known in Hindi, is among the many diverse plants indigenous to Asia that are known for their health and cosmetic benefits.
Natural henna body art is, and has been for thousands of years, a beautiful medium for self expression. The common thread that travels through henna’s many cultures of origin is that of celebration, happiness and the joy of togetherness. Remember that good henna looks beautiful, smells wonderful, takes a little time and care to achieve optimal results, and should last about 2 weeks. Good henna artists are knowledgeable, professional, and able to produce artwork you are thrilled to wear at an affordable price. Above all, henna is meant to be fun!
Henna has also been used in cosmetics, as a dye for fabrics, nails and hands for ages. Dry henna powder is mixed with water, lemon juice, tea or other ingredients, depending upon the tradition. The paste is then applied with a plastic cone to adorn the bride’s body with beautiful temporary designs as it is believed to bring good luck and happiness. Not only in India, but the tradition is also followed in other Asian nations on weddings, births, various festivals or special occasions.
This henna art is turning into a contemporary art form. It is used to test an actual inked tattoo or just as a temporary form of expression. This traditional and cultural influence of henna designs has become quite popular in the west as well and can be seen on women’s hands, arms and feet. The Night of the Henna was celebrated by most groups in the areas where henna grew naturally: Jews, Muslims,Sikhs, Hindus, Christians and Zoroastrians, among others, all celebrated marriages and weddings by adorning the bride, and often the groom, with henna.
Across the henna-growing region, Purim, Eid, Diwali, Karva Chauth, Passover, Nowruz, Mawlid, and most saints’ days were celebrated with some henna. Favorite horses, donkeys, and salukis had their hooves, paws, and tails hennaed. Battle victories, births, circumcision, birthdays, Z¿¿r, as well as weddings, usually included some henna as part of the celebration. Bridal henna nights remain an important custom in many of these areas, particularly among traditional families.
Ojya Henna cones in India are superior in quality. As the best heena cone brand in India we make the purest of heena that can be used on the delicate hands and feet. Be it for weddings or other formal occasions, our heena cones are an important part of the rituals. Every woman needs to be decorated with heena for the occasion, so having heena cone is really necessary.