In the recent past, all things tribal and ethnic have taken the world of fashion by storm. Going back to the roots it seems has become an ‘in thing’ with most fashionistas, flaunting out their coolness and more.
Emma hasn’t been long in the field of mehendi but her work speaks for itself. She takes her inspiration from other mehendi artists on Instagram and loves to create designs on any part of the body! Read on to find out more about her and her stunning work of art!
From fiery colors to feisty makeup ideas you also might want to decorate your hands in summer inspired mehendi designs, when you can flaunt any of these mehendi tattoos in all its glory.
The best part about wearing modern day Moroccan mehendi designs is that it can be worn with Indian, indo-western and western clothing too. Take a look and understand the meaning behind the popular mehendi designs from Morocco.
Holi is one of the most fun festivals. If you are a new bride, there is definitely a palpable sense of romance that is attached to the festival of colors.
Pink winter has set in. Temperatures are going up some notches higher and showing mercy. The wedding season has kicked in. Preparations are in full swing for all the customary rituals and ceremonies.
Love is in full bloom this month. Spring is around the corner. Little buds are peeping out, awake now from the winter slumber.
Who says you can only wear mehndi during weddings? Coloring hands and legs with henna paste can also be practiced to celebrate the occasion of love.
Applying mehendi is one of the most loved part of dressing up in most of the Asian cultures. This temporary form of skin decoration is practiced mainly in India.
The great Indian wedding season is in full swing. Salons and parlors are flooded with brides and their relatives.