The timeless appeal of mehendi – easy DIY body art tutorial to wow your friends!

The timeless appeal of mehendi – easy DIY body art tutorial to wow your friends!

Hey girls! Hope you all doing great.

It’s an irresistible art form with timeless appeal. Best of all, it’s cool and alluring, painless and harmless, with no requirement of lifelong commitment. Whatever your personal favorite, choose from a plethora of designs and patterns to decorate your hands and feet as you celebrate life’s happy occasions.
This art form has ancient roots dating back to Hindu Vedic customs. In fact, henna is popular not just in India but in many Middle Eastern countries as well. An intrinsic part of every auspicious Hindu and Muslim festivity such as weddings and festivals, there are countless designs to choose from. Arabic mehendi veers towards thicker bold lines and bigger motifs filled with henna to give an appealing darker contrast. Indian designs on the other hand are an intricate mix of flowers, paisleys and peacock feather motifs with delicate shapes and finer lines that cover the hands or feet.
With the festive season in full swing, from Navratri and Dussehra to Eid and Karwa Chauth, what better reason to follow this easy-to-do,step-by-step mehendi tutorial. There are plenty of photos to make it easier for you to follow the tutorial. It’s as easy to do as it’s pretty and you’re sure to wow your friends with the elegance and charm of this simple design.
It’s an irresistible art form with timeless appeal. Best of all, it’s cool and alluring, painless and harmless, with no requirement of lifelong commitment. Whatever your personal favorite, choose from a plethora of designs and patterns to decorate your hands and feet as you celebrate life’s happy occasions. This art form has ancient roots dating back to Hindu Vedic customs. In fact, henna is popular not just in India but in many Middle Eastern countries as well. An intrinsic part of every auspicious Hindu and Muslim festivity such as weddings and festivals, there are countless designs to choose from. Arabic mehendi veers towards thicker bold lines and bigger motifs filled with henna to give an appealing darker contrast. Indian designs on the other hand are an intricate mix of flowers, paisleys and peacock feather motifs with delicate shapes and finer lines that cover the hands or feet. With the festive season in full swing, from Navratri and Dussehra to Eid and Karwa Chauth, what better reason to follow this easy-to-do,step-by-step mehendi tutorial. There are plenty of photos to make it easier for you to follow the tutorial. It’s as easy to do as it’s pretty and you’re sure to wow your friends with the elegance and charm of this simple design. [Read more…]

Henna Designs – Part two

Henna Designs – Part two



Hey girls, I showed you simple Henna Designs in Part 1 HERE.
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Again, I will show you some more designs to try if you are still in festive mood.
And since the wedding season is coming. I might do some more designs for brides. ;)
Comment below if you want to see more henna/mehendi designs. Also mention if you want me to keep it simple or advance. :)
For now enjoy few more designs. :D
Diwali mehendi designs [Read more…]

Diwali 2012 Mehendi Design – Part 1

Diwali 2012 Mehendi Design – Part 1

Hello girls, since I was sitting home all day long I decided to do a mehendi/henna design post for you all. Tomorrow is Diwali…yayyy…and many of you may want to apply henna on your hands. So here is a Diwali 2012 Mehendi design for you all which is simple and pretty. :) Enjoy the pictures. Do join us on Facebook HERE.
Happy Diwali to everyone from Dazzling Belle. :)
Diwali 2012 Henna design [Read more…]

Karva Chauth Mehendi Design

Karva Chauth Mehendi Design

Hey! I wanted to share my Karva Chauth mehendi design /henna design with you girls so that you too can get some idea if you planning to apply on your own. :)
I am very excited for my first Karva Chauth. I have decided what to wear, received my sargi from to-be MIL and looking forward to fasting tomorrow.

Also check: All about Karva Chauth, Karva Chauth Nail Art and Karva Chauth Make-up.

Here are the pictures of my Henna hands. Right hand henna pictures I will add tomorrow morning.

Karva Chauth 2012 Henna Design [Read more…]