Here you’ll get perfect advice for those who love to designs a henna tattoo anytime, which given by our expert team, at Miracle Beauty Salon.

Henna Tattoo is such a wonderful art, but did you know there's a science behind it too? A fresh natural henna stain evolves as it reacts with your skin, and it morphs from a crusty paste into a rich orange/red/brown/berry stain.

Dying skin with henna leads to a variety of colors from orange through to very dark brown (almost black) depending on the part of the body decorated.

As soon as the henna is applied to the skin, it will begin to dry. The paste will crack as it dries, and when it starts to crack, that is when you can cover the tattoo with a mixture of lemon and sugar.

The method you use to remove the henna will extremely determine how dark the design gets and how long it lasts. Don’t use the water to cleaning off henna paste. Instead use olive oil, or vegetable oil, or even essential oil. Grab the cotton ball and rubbing the paste very smoothly. After you remove the henna, be aware that the design will continue to darken over the next 10-12 hours.

In the early stages of your tattoo, water is the enemy. For at least the first day, stay away from it! So that you don’t have to washing dishes or don’t cleanse of your hair while your designs sets that day. Also in the beginning, avoid tasks that will be abrasive on your hands like gardening and wearing gloves.

Henna tattoos are perfect for summertime. Because henna tattoos are best things for parties and for special occasion or else you do any time when you want. It is quite simple and making you happy.


By Miracle Beauty Salon

2017-05-10






Henna Tattoo is one of the most heard words when it comes to wedding or any traditional function.  But what is henna or how it is made. Henna is a flowering plant used for the dying skin and hairs too. The plant leaves are dried and then turned into fine powder form to make a paste which can be applied on hands and other body parts. This art of applying henna is also known as Mehndi.


In the today’s modern era, every culture and region around the world uses henna tattoo in various unique ways. In India and in some other countries, henna is painted on hand to symbolize joy, beauty, spiritual awakening.   Indian tattoos feature fine lines and floral patterns, while Arabic henna designs tend to be larger in scale and African henna patterns are more bold and geometric.


Henna tattoos give different look and feel on depending on where you get it. In summer it’s good to apply henna on hands and other parts, as in nature henna is much cooler. Also henna tattoo is not like permanent tattoo, it stays for a week or month after that you can again get tattoo with a different design.


You must visit our Miracle Beauty Salon at Atlanta, and get the best designs and ideas of the henna tattoo that you want to draw on your hands. Book your appointment right now.
 


By Miracle Beauty Salon

2017-04-17






STEP 1: Clean your body part very well with soap and dry it, where you want to get a henna tattoo.

STEP 2: Apply tiger balm before you start to get it.

STEP 3: Put paste on skin for as long as possible. Also remember to keep the paste steamy. The more drawn out the better.

STEP 4: Continue spraying lemon sugar water on the skin for couple of hours. Make sure you don’t apply excessively else the henna paste will be weaker and may destroy the tattoo outline.

STEP 5: Warmth is companion of henna. Heating your henna design with henna paste, so it will help you to getting dark henna. You can warm your henna drawn part over the stove, in front of fireplace or even use a heating pad.

STEP 6: Apply more lemon sugar water. Warm it again. (Be careful & not burn yourself, a little warm temperature is better.)

STEP 7: Use cotton balls and glue them onto the sticky henna design. Cover up with an old sock, toilet paper or medical bandage… anything will work, to stay the henna paste on the skin and save the design from messing & various households. You can cover up your henna design with different layers of tissue paper and then single layer of plastic wrap to retain warm.

Alert:  Do not sweat too excessively or the plastic wrap will bring your wonderful henna design to smear.

STEP 8: After 6-8 hours, don’t clean off with soap and water. Drag the paste off wisely. Once the paste is dry, it will remove very easily without any struggle.

STEP 9: Avoid the contact of water for next 24 hours, so it couldn’t mess your henna design.

STEP 10: As long as the henna paste still on your body part, just avoid the direct sun light.

Miracle Beauty Salon has the best team to provide best tips & tricks for getting long lasting henna tattoo.


By Miracle Beauty Salon

2017-03-27