Application of mehandi/henna as a temporary form of skin decoration in the Indian Subcontinent, as well as by expatriate communities from these areas. Mehndi decorations became fashionable in the West in the late 1990s, where they are sometimes called henna tattoos. Henna is typically applied during special occasions like weddings and festivals like Diwali, Bhaidooj, Teej and Eid. In some Hindu festivals, every woman tries to have Henna done on her hands and feet. It is usually drawn on the palms and feet, where the color will be darkest because the skin contains higher levels of keratin which binds temporarily to lawsone, the colorant of henna. Henna was originally used as a form of decoration mainly for brides.
In the modern age, usually people buy readymade Henna cones, which are ready to use and make painting easy. However, in rural areas in India, women grind fresh henna leaves on sil (grinding stone) with added oil, which though not as refined as professionally prepared henna cones, brings much darker colors.
Mehndi is a ceremonial art form which originated in ancient India. Intricate patterns of mehndi are typically applied to brides before wedding ceremonies. The bridegroom is also painted in some parts of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sudan. In Rajasthan (north-west India), the grooms are given designs that are often as elaborate as those for brides. In Assam, apart from marriage, it is broadly used by unmarried women during Rongali bihu (there are no restrictions to the married ones). Henna is also common in some gulf states, specially Bahrain, where the night before the wedding night is dedicated to decorating the bride with henna, and called "Henna night".
Natural henna powder is made from henna leaves which are dried naturally and grinded to finely meshed powder and contains no artificial ingredients. Natural henna powder is a smooth and finely sifted powder that makes a smooth stringy paste that stains immediate and deep. Stains range from soft reddish browns to deep dark burgundy/blacks and last a long, long time.
Natural henna powder is used to adorn the hands and feet of a bride and is also used to dye hair. The fragrance of perfumes prepared from the leaves of natural henna is very popular and pleasant. It is a natural product that gives natural attractive color and is used to decorate hands, palms, fingers and feet. It also dispels heat, cures neurosis and has soothing effect. It can be used for hair conditioning as well as for dying, grey hair to natural brown.
Organic henna powder is an excellent product for hair since it provides strength, shine and can also be used for skin tanning and configuring tattoos on human body. Thus, henna is very good natural hair dye, also it's regular use provides strength to hair, imparts shine and luster in hair and it is very good hair conditioner.
We offer heen oil or mehndi oil that comprises natural essential oils such as terpineol, clove oil, eucalyptus oil, menthol, thymol, tea tree oil, cinnamon oil and palm rose oil. Our natural essential oil is appreciated by the clients for fast and optimum dark color & staining of heena or mehndi oil.
These heena oils are extensively used in India on hands before applying heena paste. Most of the heena manufacturers are using this heena oil with their product to increase the quality.
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