Henna Stencil Designs Definations.
How to use:-
First detach the design from the paper and on the middle lines between the thumb to enable you to fix it on your thumb.now stick the design well on your palm.paste wet thick henna mixed with little water on the design,fixed on your palm and let it dryon the palm only.then remove the design from your palm,wash it and stick it back on the paper.thus it can be reused.
A more Traditional Mehndi Stencil used to make a complex Henna Tattoo with ease .
Henna stencils are sometimes used to help people create henna designs. These designs are typically brown, reddish-brown or orange when finished, thanks to henna's ability to dye the skin. Stencils are typically henna patterns that are cut into a piece of plastic or rubber that can be temporarily glued to the skin. Henna stencils can be designed for one-time use or they can be reusable. The type of stencil you choose will probably depend on whether you want to be able to use the stencil more than once and where you want to place the design.
Mehndi is the Hindu word for creating body art with henna. It has been practiced since ancient times in such places as the Middle East, parts of Africa, and India. Henna art has traditionally been used for events such as weddings, birthdays and other special occasions, but is growing in popularity around the world for any occasion, or even just for fun. Some businesses specialize in henna body art, but henna stencils allow people to apply their own designs at home.
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Most stencils come on slick paper of some sort and must be peeled off and stuck to the skin. Henna paste is usually spread over the stencil so that it can stain the exposed skin. After the paste has dried, the stencil can be peeled off and cleaned. Stencils that are designed to be used one time are typically inexpensive and may come in packs of several designs. Henna stencils that can be reused will allow you to create the design many times, but will usually need to have adhesive reapplied before each use.
Some henna stencils are small designs that can be placed anywhere. Special hand-shaped stencils are generally available for decorating the entire palm of the hand and fingers, for instance. These may be difficult to use if the stencils are not the same size as your hand. Stencil bands may be a good choice if you want to create a design that wraps around your arm, wrist, leg or ankle. Many henna stencils feature traditional Mehndi patterns, such as wedding henna designs and knotwork, but thanks to henna's popularity today, you can usually find almost any kind of design you want.
Henna stencils will usually work much better if they are thin rather than thick. Thick stencils might not want to stick, especially if they need to be wrapped around an area rather than stuck to a flat part of the body. They may also require a much thicker layer of henna paste that will take far longer to dry and leave more room for error in the design. For more difficult or awkwardly placed designs, you may want to try using tattoo transfer paper to create a design on the skin that you can simply trace over when applying henna.