New Mehandi Designs
The Best Indian Mehandi Designs for you to take inspiration from.
1. Mehandi Designs For Hands
Every woman swears by mehandi, if you have to look ethnic for an important ritual then without mehendi the look will be absolutely incomplete. Mehandi is not just loved for its beauty it is an important part of the whole ritual and is believed to bring fortune.Mehandi is derived from the Sanskrit word Mendhika, the use of turmeric and henna paste is supported by Hindu ritual texts and history.Henna is the paste that is made from the stems and leaves of the henna plant and when it is applied on the hand it become mehendi. The leaves and stems are dried and grounded into powder. To make the henna paste you have to first sift the henna powder using a nylon strainer. This will help to remove chunks that can clog the mouth of the applicator. Then pour the henna powder in a bowl, add quarter cup or 60ml of lemon juice and whisk it into a thick consistency.Then add sugar and essential oil (Lavender oil, tea tree, Cajuput or Raven Sara oil) and whisk it really well till the texture becomes silky smooth. Cover the bowl with a cling wrap and keep it in room temperature till the dye separates and comes to the surface.Add more lemon juice to the dye that separates and comes to the surface till you get yogurt like consistency. Pour the paste into a plastic cone and twist the top of the cone twice and secure it tightly with a rubber band. Apply gentle pressure with your thumb on the top of the cone to dispense the mehendi. If this does not work then you have to clip the tip of the cone to enlarge the opening, but be careful not to make a big cut since this will spoil the design.
2. Mehandi Design 1
The first mehendi design is apt for Eid and similar occasions where women love applying henna on their hands. Eid brings happiness to all Muslim homes across the globe it not only calls for a gala feast, the ladies of the house organize mehendi sessions. Each one applies mehendi on other person hand and makes the whole festival so colourful. Some even call professionals to create those intricate mehendi designs. Pakistani mehendi designs and Arabic designs are best for Eid.The above design looks pretty on hands and is not too messy or intricate. It can easily pass off at work without any problem. Use Black Mehendi for the best effect.
3. Mehandi Design 2
How aboutsome unique designs to relieve you from those boring traditional mehendi patterns. Here one we love and though it has traditional motifs, the whole design looks very modern.
4. Mehandi Design 3
Here another mehendi design for those who want a more filled up look on the hands. The hands are filled with intricate designs and patterns.The flowers and butterfly patterns also make this a great choice for bridal mehendi.Did you know that unless your would be mother in law did not apply the mehendi on your hands the mehendi ceremony will not start. Yes this is prevalent custom in some cultures and adds more fun to the whole occasion. Some even tease the bride saying if the mehendi colour becomes really dark then you will have a doting husband, girls really love hearing this over and over again. We do not know whether these beliefs are based on truth or is just said for fun, but surely no one will ask you to run errands for at least some hours, you can relax for a while.
5. Mehandi Design 4
Here how you can be traditional and modern at the same time. This design shows how beautiful patterns can be included on the back of your hands too. The weave patterns and floral patterns make this style traditional yet modern and very apt for weddings.
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