Can you spot the tiny use of jagua? Her previous artist added it, so I went over it again- subtle and cute Henna for a bride who married in New Mexico, but is hosting a wedding reception in Ann Arbor. Her wedding henna had faded so she asked me to touch it up. Better yet, she brought jagua ink and so we got to play with blue henna style with her red henna. #henna #hennas #hennatattoo #wedding #india #annarbor #michigan #hennaartist #tattoo #tattoos #ink #hennatattoos #organic #studio #feet #manicure #mandala #bride #bridal #weddinghenna #mehndi #designs #kellycaroline #ypsi #ypsilanti

Posted by on Sep 18, 2015 in Henna | 0 comments

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Can you spot the tiny use of jagua? Her previous artist added it, so I went over it again- subtle and cute Henna for a bride who married in New Mexico, but is hosting a wedding reception in Ann Arbor. Her wedding henna had faded so she asked me to touch it up. Better yet, she brought jagua ink and so we got to play with blue henna style with her red henna. #henna #hennas #hennatattoo #wedding #india #annarbor #michigan #hennaartist #tattoo #tattoos #ink #hennatattoos #organic #studio #feet #manicure #mandala #bride #bridal #weddinghenna #mehndi #designs #kellycaroline #ypsi #ypsilanti

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