Origin Of Henna

 The use of Henna for body art is several centuries old at least. The people of ancient Egypt and India used this form of temporary tattoo for religious ceremonies, wedding festivals, as a wish of good luck, expression of self love and for simple body adornment.

What is Henna?

Henna is a plant which grows in the tropical climates of Africa, northern Australia, and southern Asia. 



Simple Design $35

Intricate Design $60

Four Sides  $85

Pregnancy Henna $160

** Henna Service Is Provided As An Add-On For Spa Parties or Private Parties Only

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How Long Does Henna Last?

Depending on how long the paste was left on, where the tattoo is located, and the natural properties of the individual's skin, henna stains will last anywhere between a week and a month.  

Thinner skin like tops of hands (which are also washed frequently, making them exfoliate faster) usually last around a week.  Arms and legs usually hold the stain around 2 weeks, give or take.  Stomach areas (like pregnant bellies :) can hold the stain for 2 weeks or so. Tops of the feet can hold the stain 2 to 3 weeks.  Thick skin such as palms or soles of the feet can hold the stain for a month or more, depending on the person.