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.
This winter, brides have a special reason to rejoice! We have handpicked best winter inspired mehendi designs for you!
Winter weddings are so much fun. There is an amazing romanticism in the air, the rich color palettes for the outfits, makeup looks and tons of inspiring ideas to keep the wedding simple yet a beautiful affair to remember.
Mehendi is not just a fashion rage internationally, but an important part of wedding celebrations and festivities. The mehendi is an auspicious symbol of love, and marriage.
It’s the time of the year when Indian women have so many reasons to be happy about. They spread this happiness through their festive cheer.
Another exciting and interesting day for the newly married bride is Karwa Chauth. It’s time to don that special saree or lehenga and all that jewelry, which was part of your bridal trousseau.
We are just a few days away from Karva Chauth! This one-day festival, which is typically celebrated in the month of October/ November by married Hindu women is observed with great fervor.
Dandiya and Garba night fever is almost getting over. But, on the most exciting night, don’t forget to flaunt your mehndi design in style.