The North West Henna Artist has gained invaluable skills and knowledge through experience of over twenty years.
She specialises in the following:
The North West Henna Artist won the best Mehndi Artist award at the Asian Wedding & Fashion Exhibition 2007 which was held at the GMEX Arena in Manchester. The North West Henna Artist provides the best quality service to all clients, and her work is immensely admired.
Prices based on 2 hours booking period, other timings available upon request.
The Henna Artist was fantastic!
The North West Henna Artist was very professional very obliging. She was kept busy all evening and she was a pleasure. I would recommend her services anytime.
Thank you so much for our beautiful henna designs, everyone was so pleased!
We give you a bespoke price based on the exact location of your event. The pricing below is based on a central location for your area so you have an idea of what your price will be. The exact price will be given in the booking process after you’ve provided the location details.
What is Henna?
Henna is a flowering plant. The leaves are dried and ground into a fine powder. This powder is mixed with lemon juice, essential oils like tea tree or eucalyptus oil and sugar. This is mixed to a paste. The paste is then filled in a cone and designs are applied on to the skin.
What does "Mehndi" mean?
The term "Mehndi" is the Indian word for Henna, and it is also the term used to describe the art of applying Henna. It is also used for dying hair and to colour nails.
Are there any side effects when applying Henna?
Henna is regarded to be 100% safe to use on the skin and there are no chemicals added. Traditionally it was used for its medicinal purposes. Allergies are only likely to occur when the fresh natural powder has been mixed with chemicals or synthetic products which may lead to rashes, scars and skin reactions.