Henna tattoo art may be a very traditional art and began from middle Arab and Asian countries and spread everywhere the planet.
Henna is traditionally known as Mehandi in India. It is widely used as body art. It got worldwide popularity due to its color and dark contrast.
Mehandi plays a significant role on various occasions such as religious prayers, marriages, and festivals.
Henna tattoos are temporary tattoos because they fade away after some time. The more time you apply it for, the darker the henna color turns out to be.
Henna tattoos are made by a dye paste that is prepared from a henna plant. The Henna paste is applied to the skin to form a henna tattoo with the assistance of traditional and innovative tools, basically, a Jacquard bottle or a cone of plastic used for making henna tattoos.