Why Have Henna Temporary Tattoos Become Fashionable?


In terms of the growing popularity of henna, UK has left all other countries far behind. Temporary tattoos have become a fashion accessory with more and more people choosing to buy henna based products due to their chemical-free nature. Once considered to be a fun form of art and mode of expression for children, temporary tattoos have emerged as a leading fashion accessory for both men and women.

Advantages of Henna temporary tattoos

Henna temporary tattoos have emerged as a great way to experiment with one’s look and  style, to add glamour and make a fashion statement. Their availability in varied colours and easy packaging have made them all the more popular. Another reason for the growing popularity of henna temporary tattoos is that they are pure, devoid of any kind of chemicals and can be applied easily.

The temporary nature of these tattoos adds to their significance as a fashion statement. The henna temporary tattoos fade over a few days and can be replaced with newer designs. These tattoos are made from henna powder which is obtained by crushing the leaves of the henna plant and mixing with some other natural ingredients that enhance the colour of the henna. The paste, when applied to the skin, leaves a colour varying from various shades of orange to rich mahogany, depending on the type and quality of henna being used. The application of the henna temporary tattoos is very easy with no piercing required. Several products, such as Henna Pens, are available in the market, which facilitate the self application of henna temporary tattoos. These pens are filled with henna extracts that can be applied easily on the skin to make intricate designs and tattoos.

Henna offers variety and safety

Henna temporary tattoos are available in varied designs and designs. In terms of demand for henna, London has seen a huge surge in popularity and availability of varied henna-based products. These products make it easy to apply temporary tattoos to match one’s dress or hair colour or a specific theme. And if you are bored of a particular tattoo, you can easily replace it with something very different. In contrast, permanent tattoos are life long unless one goes through a lot of pain and expenditure to have them removed.

Other advantages of henna temporary tattoos

Henna temporary tattoos are available in an easy to use roller-type application that does not use ink. These tattoos are also great for children as they are often made into funky ponytails and hairpieces. And if you are looking to apply henna temporarily for a party, henna temporary tattoos are the perfect gift option.

Henna was used by ancient Egyptians to draw on their eyes to give them a more ‘cleiptidal’ look. When the eyes were considered very important, everyone got a black eye instead. These days, henna is a great makeup trend and there are many great henna temporary tattoos that can be glued to your skin.

For a more hygienic look, apply henna temporary tattoos after washing your face or going for a shower. Some teenagers prefer to apply henna to their hair, as it makes their hair look neat and healthy. Here are some recipes for applying henna temporary tattoos:

Henna Lipoky Recipes

· 1/4 cup henna powder

· 1/4 cup lemon juice

· 1/2 cup water

Mix the ingredients in a container and apply the mixture over your lips. Rinse the mixture off after 10 minutes.

Henna Smoothies

· 1/2 cup finely ground fenugreek seeds

· 1/4 cup water

Mix the ingredients in a blender and apply the mixture on your face and neck. Rinse it off after 10 minutes.

Henna Cakes

· 1 tablespoon crushed ginger

· 1/4 cup honey

· 2 tablespoons unsulfured coconut oil

Mix the ingredients in a bowl and spread them on your face. Rinse it off after 10 minutes.

Henna Samples

· 1/4 cup crushed adarki seeds

· 1/2 cup milk

· 1/2 tablespoon sandalwood oil

Mix the ingredients in a glass or stainless steel bowl, or in a deeper setting drawer. stopper

Whisk the ingredients with a fork until they are completely blended. Add a few drops of olive oil or jasmine oil, mixing until the mixture is smooth. Massage the mixture into the skin, giving special attention to problem areas. Let the mixture set on your skin for 20 to 30 minutes.

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