The photo page left is henna paste on the skin. The photo on page right is a photo of the henna paste on the skin.
As you will see from further posts, henna takes a different color for each person. Natural henna tattoo, which is drawn on the skin, will always be a reddish brown.
All colors of skin accept henna tattoo. Your aftercare determines whether you get dark color or not.
Those who will keep oil on the skin after the paste has come off will get far better color than those who do not.
As well, those who let their design get good and hot - who spend time in the sun, or use the plastic glove provided will also get a darker stain.
It will always take 48 hours for the finished color to show up. Good aftercare information is available on my site - as well as on this blog.
As you scroll down the page you will see that each client chose her own stye, and that some had a darker finished color than others.
Some clients will give have a more red stain, other more brown and still others may get a black cherry read.
I have fresh henna powder and use a very find mix of organic lemon juice, "henna tea" and essential oils to give you a fine dark color.
I always welcome "after" photos from my clients. It really helps people understand what henna tattoo really is.
The final tattoo is a traditional pattern. I enjoy doing traditional henna style very much.
All the henna on the page is freehand tattoos, however sometimes clients bring in a design from the web.
Often these designs are done in a body paint, but sometimes they are henna tattoo.
Please enjoy the designs here, or go window shopping for others.
I offer walk in henna tattoo at Midnight Sun, 1055 Park Street, Jacksonville, Florida each Saturday. Just walk in between 12:30 & 5:00.
Designs start at $15. I am not open any other day of the week. Private parties and corporate events may be scheduled.