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    Quality Assurance Guaranteed

    May 30th, 2007

    Quality Assurance ImageAt hennatattoos.com you can purchase products with confidence. We will not supply any product that does not meet our strict Quality Assurance Criteria. It is our intention to supply customers on a repeat basis, so we will only supply products that we ourselves are happy to use… again and again and again! Many of our products are actually manufactured by Read the full article »

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    Henna Safety Statement

    May 30th, 2007

    At HennaTattoos.com we take pride in the quality of our natural temporary body art products. The most important element in our Quality Assurance Criteria is of course Product Safety. Read the full article »

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    Henna Aftercare Instructions

    May 30th, 2007

    These Simple Aftercare Instructions Will Prolong Your Henna Body Art.
    Now that you’ve got a beautiful Henna Tattoo, it’s very important to look after it well to get the best possible results. Your Henna Design will be part of your skin for the next few weeks, so treat it gently with respect and it will look great and last for as long as it possibly can.

    • Do not pick your henna paste off early.
    • Do not get it wet during the first 12 hours or it will halt its colour development… and stay orange.
    • Avoid strong sun when the henna design is still developing (i.e. cover it up)
    • Avoid contact with bleaching chemicals such as household cleaning fluids, and chlorinated water in swimming pools.
    • Avoid saunas and steam rooms and these actively encourage your skins natural regeneration cycle
    • Avoid contact with abrasives such as exfoliating products etc…
    • When showering/bathing do not scrub your skin, just wash it gently with mild soap.
    • After showering/bathing do not rub your skin dry, pat it gently with a towel instead.

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    Step-By-Step Henna Application ~ ‘Easy Mix’ Henna Product Range

    May 29th, 2007

    Using HennaTattoos.com Easy Mix Products ~ No Mess, No fuss, No Waste!

    ‘Easy Mix’ Henna Product Application - Step 1Step 1

    Apply a light and even coating of mehlabiya oil to the skin, covering the total area for the Henna Tattoo. Mehlabiya oil is traditionally used as a pre-henna application oil in The Middle East and North Africa, it Read the full article »

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    Step-By-Step Henna Preparation ~ ‘Easy Mix’ Henna Product Range

    May 29th, 2007

    ‘Easy Mix’ Henna Product Preparation - Step 3 Using HennaTattoos.com Easy Mix Products ~ No Mess, No fuss, No Waste!

    We only supply fresh henna products, either in kit formats, or in separate ingredient formats. All of the different henna kits we stock contain only the finest ingredients for preparing high quality freshly mixed henna paste. The system is very easy Read the full article »

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    ‘Traditional Mix’ Fresh Henna Ingredients

    May 29th, 2007

    HennaTattoos.com, Traditional Mix

    Henna Kits and Henna Ingredients:
    All the other henna products that we supply are simply ‘Ingredients’ themselves, supplied to henna artists and enthusiasts who prefer to prepare their own henna paste products. So we can only advise you on what you can add to those ingredients Read the full article »

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    ‘Easy Mix’ Fresh Henna Ingredients

    May 29th, 2007

    We can only state ingredient listings for our henna products that are ‘ready to use’, where you need add nothing else to the product.

    HennaTattoos.com, 'Easy Mix' Fresh

    Henna Products Ingredients: Read the full article »

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    The Fading Process

    May 29th, 2007

    • Natural Henna Body Art products contain a natural permanent dye, Lawsone. Henna Tattoos only appear to fade away because the skin itself is infact temporary; and so the body naturally regenerates its epidermis (the upper layer of skin) where the Henna Tattoo has been applied.
    • As the body sheds its dead skin cells naturally, the henna stained epidermal cells are shed and Read the full article »

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    The Final Colour

    May 29th, 2007

    • After 48 hours you will not see any further colour darkening, the Henna Stain has finished oxidising and reached its optimum colour.
    • The exact shade of each piece of Henna Body Art is dependent upon each individual's skin type , skin condition and Read the full article »

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    The Developing Process

    May 29th, 2007

    • The innitial henna staining takes place during the time that the skin is in contact with the wet henna paste. Where the colour achieved is usually a bright orange shade.
    • However, the majority of the colour appears, as if by magic, after the henna paste has dried out and Read the full article »

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