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16 Jul 2015 05:04

Do u like to put mehndi in ur hands??Can u suggest, how to get darker stains? pls..

Edited by Smile013 / 23 Jul 2015 18:14
17 Jul 2015 00:02

ya I do

17 Jul 2015 11:41

yah...I lyk very much..

Edited by Smile013 / 17 Jul 2015 13:26
20 Jul 2015 02:38
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20 Jul 2015 08:14

I lik

23 Jul 2015 14:46

yes I like

28 Jul 2015 14:55

How to Make Mehndi Dark?
Here are the top 5 tried and tested tips to make mehndi darker:1. Leave henna for a longer time:Wash off the henna after 7-8 hours. If you can afford to keep it longer, leave it for about 12 hours. Do not wash with water; instead scrape it out by rubbing your palms together till the dried henna falls off! Within a few hours you will see the rich colour develop2. Dab lemon sugar mixture couple of times:Boil some sugar in water and allow it to cool. Now decant this mixture into a bowl. Add a few drops of lemon juice and apply the lemon sugar mixture a couple of times on the henna once it has dried. The sugar keeps the mehndi in contact with the skin for deeper penetration, while the lemon juice acts as a catalyst for dye release and deep penetration of colour.[ 3. Wrapping up the design:Many also suggest wrapping the henna design as it gives a rich and darker colour. While you can do the wrapping yourself, but there is a danger of spoiling the design. It is best you ask the artist to do so, or have somebody else do it in her supervision. You can use medical paper tape to gently wrap up the mehndi.4. Run your hands over the fumes of the cloves:Try ‘bhaap’ for a splendid and rich penetration of the mehndi design on your palms. Before you hit the bed, first apply the lemon sugar mixture mentioned above. Now heat a few cloves over a tawa and run your hands over the fumes of the cloves, but carefully! Let the fumes dry up the lemon and sugar mixture. You can either scrape the henna off after this, or leave it on until dusk.5. Apply balms after scrapping thecrust:Indian brides use balms like Vicks, or Tiger Balm, on henna after scrapping the crust off. It is said that these balms stimulate the colour development and penetration into the skin.

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15 Dec 2015 13:14

I like mehndI

Edited by rashmi75665 / 3 May 2016 23:10
7 Mar 2016 09:16

I like very much

27 Apr 2016 21:37

Yes i like

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9 Jul 2016 16:17

Ya i do

6 Aug 2016 21:21

6 Aug 2016 21:28

Yeah I lyk bht jada

Edited by anny11 / 6 Aug 2016 21:30
25 Sep 2016 16:02

I love it bht psnd he