Posts Tagged "mehndi traditional"

Henna Clothing

Posted by on Apr 27, 2012 in art, clothing, Henna, Henna Party designs | 0 comments

Henna clothing – clothes with mehndi & henna print! Could there be a better way to show off your love of henna? – I think not! With these amazing henna clothing items, your love of henna doesn’t have to fade after 2 weeks! It can last forever <3

From Cyveroptix, see these henna style ties for your man! Perfect accent to a Mehndi Ceremony or even a wedding reception.

henna clothing, henna ties, wedding

From Meg Stang , these adorable hand painted henna shoes are perfect for everyday wear to say to the world “I LOVE HENNA!”

Henna clothing, Henna tennis shoes, hand painted

From V.O. CLOTHING, this sexy henna inspired asymmetrical top is ideal for going out with your girlfriends for a night .. rrawr!

henna clothing, henna shirt

 

So there you have it! Three great new henna clothing items – one for your man, one for everyday and one for a great party! Look for more henna inspired clothing items soon!

 

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Arabic henna video

Posted by on Feb 1, 2012 in Henna, Video | 0 comments

Here is the video for my recent Arabic style mehndi on my hand.

Arabic henna video

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Mehndi on Hand

Posted by on Feb 1, 2012 in Henna, tattoo | 0 comments

Mehndi I did on my hand today. I also made a henna video of this design. I like designs on my hand to feature flowers and paisleys. I don’t think that’s a surprise =-)

Enjoy!

henna, tattoo, artist, flowers, michigan, kelly caroline

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Bridal Henna in Michigan

Posted by on Oct 7, 2011 in Henna, Weddings | 0 comments

Bridal henna in Michigan

Bridal Henna in Michigan

Hello!

Here are a few new bridal henna designs that are original designs I created. I did a video recording of these 4 arm designs that I will upload to YouTube soon and post here, too.

Meanwhile, here are the still photos I took. The designs are a mix between Indian and Arabic styles. I love to blend the two styles to make a beautiful work of art.

Here in Ann Arbor, the weather has been so nice. I am thoroughly enjoying this fall weather.

I should add I am going to be at the Rust Belt Market in Ferndale, Michigan doing henna on October 16th from 11am-7pm. https://rustbeltmarket.com/
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bridal, henna artist, mehndi, michigan, indian wedding
bridal, henna artist, mehndi, michigan, indian wedding, arms, floral, paisley
bridal, henna artist, mehndi, michigan, indian wedding
bridal, henna artist, mehndi, michigan, indian wedding

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Bridal Henna – Fatima in Saginaw, Michigan

Posted by on Jun 4, 2011 in Henna, mehndi traditional, Weddings | 0 comments

Thursday I traveled to Saginaw, Michigan for a bridal appointment. I met the lovely bride-to-be, Fatima. She was so bubbly and fun. I really enjoyed the time we got to spend together as I did her bridal mehndi for her wedding. Here are the pictures from it.
Fatima bridal henna feet
Fatima bridal henna hands and arms, indian henna pattern
Fatima bridal henna hands and arms, indian henna pattern
Fatima bridal henna hands and arms, indian henna pattern, tops of hands
Fatima bridal henna hands and arms, indian henna pattern

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Photo Shoot with Natalia

Posted by on Apr 28, 2011 in Henna | 0 comments

Today, I met with the lovely Natalia to do a henna photo shoot. She was an amazing model and I just loved every minute of getting to work with her.

The two designs on her hands were inspired by the book “Traditional Mehndi Designs” by Dorine Van Den Beukel. Her feet are original designs by me .

Natalia hands and feet henna design, traditional mehndi designs

Natalia's Hands and Feet Design


Natalia's henna foot design

Natalia's Henna Foot Design


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Natalia's hands, inspired by bridal designs


Natalia headdress, mehndi hand designs, michigan, henna artist

Natalia

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Bridal Henna

Posted by on Mar 15, 2011 in Henna | 0 comments

Today I did three new bridal henna designs. These are original designs. They each took about 35 minutes to do. I really love doing intricate work. It really lets me be more involved in each piece.

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bridal henna hand design, kelly caroline
bridal, henna, hand, kelly caroline, design

From The Henna Page
“For the bride, the mehndi (henna) day is a very important day. The house is decorated with flowers and filled with friends and family members and there is music and dancing. The bride’s feet and palms are decorated with beautiful, intricate henna designs. As the henna artwork signifies the strength of love in a marriage, the bride makes an effort to keep it on as long as possible. The function ends with friends and family sitting down to
an extravagant dinner”

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