Let the learning continue...I've made the paste and let it cure 20 hours. Practiced drawing, drew the design on my arm and it's curing.
Mehndi, Henna tattoos, has been practiced by people all over the world for centuries. Traditionally the crushed leaves of the henna plant are used to create paste and then applied to the skin, often the hands and feet, to create beautiful temporary artwork on the body. The intricate designs are thought to bestow good luck. Celestial symbols, flowers, and animals are often part of the detailed artwork, and each symbolizes a different kind of blessing.
I am a late bloomer in the fitness world. At the age of 45 I received my group fitness instructor certification and two years later my health coaching certification.