Hello! Woah !! What a crazy past week I just had! I had 5 henna parties in three days. I really love doing henna parties. Everyone is always so excited when I get to the event. I had three high school senior all night parties from 11pm-3am in Farmington Hills, Bloomfield Hills, and Warren Michigan as well as a birthday party and graduation party. Henna parties a great addition to any event. So without further adieu, here are a few designs from the henna parties this weekend.
Henna stain on the hand
Belly Dancer Henna hand design
floral henna hand designs for parties
Hand designs for henna parties
henna on collarbone tattoo
Detroit Michigan Henna
Today I got to meet a nice lady who met me in Ypsilanti at the B-24 cafe and she and her friends drove in from Detroit Michigan to get some henna done. She really liked her “sexy” designs (as she called them) 🙂 I love making my clients feel great! where to inject ivermectin in goats Here are the pictures :
I also met with a nice couple who each got henna done for their wedding anniversary gift to each other. Their daughter got this cute Indian style peacock henna design :
I got this simple navy blue cotton dress for $0.80 from the thrift store! It was a great buy, but a little plain for my taste. I saw some tutorials for bleach pen decorating, so I went out and got a few Clorox Bleach Pens at the supermarket.
The bleach comes out as a paste and since I’m a henna artist, it easily translated into a medium I am already comfortable working with.. 🙂
I did one side at a time. I put a piece of cardboard between the two layers of the dress as I carefully squeezed the bleach onto the dress. I just free-handed the design. no planning involved here.
I let the bleach sit on the fabric for 5 minutes then immediately washed it with cold water in the tub. Then I ran it in my washer on a quick spin so it came out slightly damp, but not dripping wet.. and repeated the process until it was all done!
I just feel like the design I did made it into a permanent piece of henna art!
and here are the pics! c&c welcome!!
That’s the front
and the back
detail of one flower to show that you can get shading especially if you leave the paste on for different amounts of time.
and it on.
<3 Kelly Caroline