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Latest And Fabolus Arabic Mehndi Designs


Arabic Mehndi Designs are quite popular among girls these days. These designs are used quite much during religious festivals, wedding events and in many other activities. It is a very old tradition, you can say from the time of Pharaohs where they use to apply this to enhance the beauty of their body parts and for the purpose of mummification but now they have grabbed the interest of Asian girls and many nations around the world.


On any occasion, a woman’s attire is incomplete without Mehndi because it is an amazing way to beautify your hands and feet. Arabic henna designs are easy to apply, they require less effort. You don’t need a Mehndi Artist to apply it on your hands. You can either apply it yourself or anyone from your family and friends with good hand control. These designs are best for some of the small occasions and cultural events.


Arabic Mehndi Design

Here are the images of Arabic Mehndi Designs for girls


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Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design For the Hands this design will suit the young girls simple arabic pattern green mehendi henna tatoo

There is extensive use of flowers, leafs, vines and paisleys in Arabic Mehndi designs. The designs are not over filled and require thicker paste of henna to be applied on hands. The mehndi design is limited to the palm and fingers. The Mehndi used to make designs are mostly red Mehndi or the black Sudanese Mehndi. A thick paste of heavy Mehndi is also applied under the feet of brides and expected mothers as it is a tradition in many Arab courtiers including Egypt and Morocco.


Arabic Mehndi designs are available in both soft and dark tones, light and bold patterns; every design is unique and depicts the beautiful feel of Arabic culture and heritage. The fragrance of the Mehndi, on the other hand, enhances the design and makes it more beautiful to wear. These designs are not limited to young girls but old ladies also love them to be applied on their hands and feet. There might be some cultural differences but this art has no boundaries and it is as popular today as it was hundred years ago.

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