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The Art of Henna Body Art Kit
by Atif Toor
As you apply henna to your skin, you are taking part in a 5,000-year-old ritual of beauty and self-expression. Still widely practiced in India, North Africa, and the Middle East, henna body art is fast becoming popular in the United States as a safe, temporary alternative to permanent tattoos. In this kit you'll find everything you need to get started--henna powder, henna ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published November 22nd 2007 by Barnes and Noble
(first published 2007)
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One of the cheapest henna kits you can find. A good beginner kit. The book is very factual and gives good ideas for someone just starting with henna. The instuctions for making the henna paste on the other hand, didn't work. My paste came out way too liquidy and I ended up having to paint it on with a paintbrush. It somewhat worked in the places that I really loaded the henna on. So if you get this kit I would sugest looking up other henna recipes so you don't waste the powder. The kit also ...more
A simple, basic intro to henna, it's uses and origins, and application. The kit comes with a small book, some patterns, a transfer pen, and henna powder. The reader supplies other ingredients for the mixture (tea, lemon juice, sugar, oil.) It's a nice gift (I got it for Christmas). If you already know about henna and want more in depth info, you'll want to look elsewhere. I'd recommend one, but I myself, haven't read any others. There are, however, many resources on the internet.