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[Artchives] Rina's hand - Bridal mehndi I asked my best friend Rina to pose like that. Meccan henna on fingertips and Pakistani henna for ... [0.85]
[Artchives] Rina's feet - Bridal mehndi Here are her feet. Meccan henna on toetips and Pakistani henna for the designs. Pattern taken from ... [0.85]
[Artchives] Fan Hand Inspired by Alissa from the Henna Page forum (who I believe got inspired by one of Erfan's patterns) [0.7]
[Artchives] Isma's wedding I used MDH henna mixed with my normal brew and terped with eucalyptus oil. Picture taken with paste [0.7]
[Artchives] Flora on calf A nice flower up my calf. The stain is fading, it has been more than a week. The Moroccan pattern ... [0.7]
[Artchives] intricate fingers I added ravensara and pine EOs in my Jamila+lemon juice paste. I was hoping for a darker stain but ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan limbs. Cat, my obliging model, voguing it. Pattern referenced from Jewel, Kenzi and Kree. [0.7]
[Artchives] Funky Moroccan This is my own pattern though I was inspired by the beautiful work done by Ida (Lisa's henna ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Quickie Did this quickly to test the paste. Jamila mixed with lime juice, terped with T3 and euc oils. Left [0.7]
[Artchives] Hayaty's henna Hayaty is a funny, intelligent and warm person. We giggled all throughout the henna session. For ... [0.7]
[Artchives] A Fair Lady Liana must be the fairest bride-to-be I've ever met. Her skin was so fair, I feel like a golliwog ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Nani's bridal henna. Pattern referenced/adapted from Jewel, Kenzi and Kree. [0.7]
[Artchives] Pretty fingers It was a hot, boring Sunday afternoon so I started doodling the lotus on my fingertips. They turned [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna on Shireen [0.7]
[Artchives] Right sole. Right sole.Motifs referenced from 'Mehandi' by Kala Dalvi. [0.7]
[Artchives] Hand & Sole Doodlings on hand. Basic patterns from Indian mehndi pattern books. First time did mehndi on the ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Catherine's Moroccan I received a wonderful, beautiful book of patterns from a well-known henna artist, researcher, ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Floral feet. I've got happy hennaed feet... Floral motifs are referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Mahd's henna. Mahd about henna! Did some floral stuff for a sweet lady by the name of Madhiah. She even emailed ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Nor's wedding - Back The stains are gorgeous at the back of her hands. I love the way her nails stained a beautiful red! [0.7]
[Artchives] Ayu Ayu is "Beauty" in Malay. That's the name of the bride-to-be and the name suits her well. Ayu ... [0.7]
[Artchives] My Left Hand Did this the day before "My Right Hand". Used Moroccan henna, took about 1 hour. Was inspired by ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Su's bridal feet. [0.7]
[Artchives] Is' palms i love the dark, deep stain! lovely! [0.7]
[Artchives] Hani's wedding - Back A closeup of the back of her hands. This pic was taken on Sunday night (5 days after application) ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Isma's feet. MDH henna mixed with my normal brew, then terped with eucalyptus oil. Picture taken with paste on. [0.7]
[Artchives] lynn's palms the stain, the stain ... *sigh* ... love it! [0.7]
[Artchives] Fazilah's bridal palms. Fazilah's bridal palms. She's utterly utterly candid, this lady is. [0.7]
[Artchives] Aida's henna. Henna on Miss Aida, done at her barbecue party. So nice of her to email her the after pic! [0.7]
[Artchives] Simplicity This lovely bride from Jakarta wanted a simple design. [0.7]
[Artchives] Dayak palm. Adapted from Erfan's Dayak patterns. Palms and soles yield the best stain colour. [0.7]
[Artchives] Chocolate on Jewel. I love love love the colour Jewel gets on her skin. *sigh* Wish my skin ain't so diva! [0.7]
[Artchives] My own henna happy feet. The pattern is adapted from Catherine Cartwright-Jones' motif. [0.7]
[Artchives] Reeta's palm. Reeta's palms. [0.7]
[Artchives] Fajarnisa's hands. She's also a FV (floral-viney) chica like yours truly ;p [0.7]
[Artchives] Insomnia henna? Direct result of insomnia. Love that Moroccan henna powder! Motifs referenced from Navneet ... [0.7]
[Artchives] lynn's feet the henna colour complements her pretty red dress! love it. [0.7]
[Artchives] I is a happy hennamaniac. Now, usually, my diva skin would stain a brownish-orange shade. This time round, I got a nice dark ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Aisha's hands I did a henna party with 7 ladies on Nov 8, 2001. They are the owners and staff of a bridal house ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Bridesmaid henna. Did some token henna for Rain's cousin. [0.7]
[Artchives] Sole Here's the sole .... it was a strenuous and hard work drawing my sole ... tells me something about ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Doodling on Ayu. A litttle doodle on Ayu. Image courtesy of Ayu. Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Shama on palm. I used the same paste for Shama Moroccan for this one. Paste was left on skin for about 2 hours. ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Fauziah's Hands Fauziah opted for Indian patterns from Navneet pattern books. I tried to copy as close as I can to ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Crimson Kishmish Saks II A better version of the previous picture (that one was scanned in). [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan feet I love these patterns. I saw them in Loretta Roome's book. Used Pakistani premixed. The lotus up my [0.7]
[Artchives] Soles to squeeze. Both soles together... [0.7]
[Artchives] Nani's right. Nani's right hand (picture courtesy of Nani) Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications [0.7]
[Artchives] 3 week old Created using 3-week old paste stored in the fridge (Moroccan henna). Went over twice to get a deep [0.7]
[Artchives] Back piece. Henna on Cat's back. I had to lay the paste on thick owing to the nature of the skin on the back, ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian bridal. Another pattern I modified from an Indian pattern book. I kinda like doing Indian bridal patterns ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Prayer mat I adapted this pattern from the border design of my prayer mat. I used MDH henna, mixed with lime ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Feeling dainty. Feeling dainty... Was in the mood to sling superfine lines and then do a two-tone handjob :p Left ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Linda's feet Linda wanted a very simple pattern on her feet. I fancy her choice, just a simple Moroccan inspired [0.7]
[Artchives] I'm just full of doodles. Just doodling. Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Fajarnisa's feet Henna happy feet. She likes 'em, me happy. [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian style Used premixed Pakistani in a cone and 2 week old Jamila. The Jamila was notably darker (black even) [0.7]
[Artchives] Hani's wedding My sister Hani married her sweetie Danial on Oct 10, 2001. For some reason I wanted to do a ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Su's bridal henna. This pattern seems pretty popular... Hmmm.. [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan love. She hearts Moroccan! [0.7]
[Artchives] Dee's right. Dee's right hand (picture courtesy of Nani) Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Cute Pepi Jose Indian henna in a tube. First attempt at a Moroccan pattern. Thought I did quite well for a novice. [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna on one of Ela's cousin. Henna on one of Ela's cousin. CCJ's butterfly motif sure is a teenybopper hit. I flashed these ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Simplicity part 3 Here comes the feet [0.7]
[Artchives] Eli's henna. Eli (Ela's sister) wanted a rose motif, but didn't want it solid. So, here's what I came up with. I [0.7]
[Artchives] Lynn's hand. Lynn's hand (picture courtesy of Ayu) Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Samar Cafe henna. Samar Cafe henna date. Something I did on Rilnie (top hand) and Jewel. Image courtesy of Jewel. [0.7]
[Artchives] A & S Used Pakistani premixed. [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian pattern Copied the basic pattern from an Indian Mehndi book. Used Pakistani premixed. [0.7]
[Artchives] Anklet rosette My cousin Zana's bridal mehndi. She opted for a simple but elegant look. Pakistani henna for ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan hand (with pine oil) I learnt from the henna forum that pine oil (and some other essential oils that contains terpine) ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Auntie Jamilah's hands. Almost-bridal hand designs on my best friend's mom. [0.7]
[Artchives] Aini's Hands Aini's left hand was one of Darlahood's (of Tampa) pattern (thanks Darla!). I modified it a little. [0.7]
[Artchives] Left-hand practice. Drawn using my non-dominant left hand. I took twice the time I usually take to do a simple doodle ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian pattern 2 Another happy doodling. Unfortunately the stain was a weak orange and I didn't get a photo taken of [0.7]
[Artchives] Cute Pepi Jose II Another picture of my first Moroccan work. My cat Miki thinks it's stealing the limelight. [0.7]
[Artchives] Wild flowers Shama Dulhan powder mixed with lime juice, tea, cloves, sugar, then terped with eucalyptus oil. ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan cuff Something I did on myself for my birthday. I was testing a new batch of Shama powder. Apparently ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Simple rosette A pattern I like very much for its simplicity and beauty, taken from Sumita Batra's book. Used ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Cat's feet. Resulting stain on Cat's feet, 10 hours after paste removal. Pattern referenced from Jewel, Kenzi ... [0.7]
[Artchives] A little more henna-loving. Butterfly pattern is from Catherine Cartwright-Jones. Ankle pattern is adapted from Navneet ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Simplicity part 2 Simple palm patterns. [0.7]
[Artchives] What else? More doodling. I'm a floral-viney creature, so sue me! [0.7]
[Artchives] Relaxed Zana's feet again ... caught while she was relaxing ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna on paper. Fooling around with henna on paper. Skin is definitely the best canvas for henna. Paper is ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Crimson Kishmish Saks First mehndi for 2001. Named after the beloved cat of a dear friend, Paul Saks. Created with ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Salha's bridal palms. Salha's bridal palms. I am really honoured to have the chance to do her engagement henna and part ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Back piece partie deux. Resulting stain on Cat's back, 4 hours after paste removal. Pattern adapted from the motifs of ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Fazilah's bridal hands. [0.7]
[Artchives] August bridal henna I have 2 brides to do this month so I thought I'd practise some bridal patterns. I developed this ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Nani's bridal palms. Pattern referenced/adapted from Jewel, Kenzi and Kree. [0.7]
[Artchives] Nura's wedding This is my work on the younger sister, Nura. I used Pakistani premixed. Both sisters allowed me to ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Jewel's hand! A doodle on my Kakak Jewel... done during a dinner date. Don't you just love the way henna stains ... [0.7]
[Artchives] lynn's wedding a modified "ayu" pattern. the ever popular one! lovely dark red stains! [0.7]
[Artchives] Edah's wedding - Feet This pattern was from an Indian mehndi book meant to be for the hands and Edah wanted it for her ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Materazo Beauty Pakistani henna again. Stain darkened 24 hours after removal. Pattern taken from Loretta Roome's ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Fazilah's bridal feet. [0.7]
[Artchives] Ela's bridal henna. Ela's bridal henna. The only shot I took of her henna design and it's BLUR! *thunks head against ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Arabic feet Typical floral Arabic motifs on both feet. Used premixed Pakistani henna. [0.7]
[Artchives] Nor & Nura These 2 sisters got married on the same day. I was asked to do bridal mehndi for just Nura but when [0.7]
[Artchives] Nor's wedding - Palms My good friend Nor got married to Rizal on Aug 18, 2001. I used Kenzi's Moroccan henna soaked in ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Vogue Liza Zana's older sister, Liza wanted to look vogue for Zana's wedding. Created using Pakistani henna. ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Hani's wedding - Palms Familiarity with the pattern helped ease the process. By this time, Hani had fallen asleep (I did ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Kenzi's moroccan I used the same paste (spiked with ravensara+pine EOs) as Adam's henna. The actual colour of the ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Aisha's Hands (Part 2) Aisha wanted full Moroccan so I did her palms Moroccan too (YAAAY!). [0.7]
[Artchives] Feet fetish. Feet fetish. I slathered on some glitter glue on my feet just to prettify it for the photoshoot. ... [0.7]
[Artchives] August Bridal henna (closeup) Patterns on the palm and arm. [0.7]
[Artchives] Imah's right hand. Almost bridal, but not quite! [0.7]
[Artchives] Reeta's feet. [0.7]
[Artchives] Rain's bridal palms. We both liked the outcome of this one very, very much. The contrast between the empty palm and the ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Left hand doodle. A doodle on my left hand. Paste was left on all night long. [0.7]
[Artchives] Amir Henna! After months of no henna on self, I did this on May 12, 2004 using a month old paste (Kenzi's ... [0.7]
[Artchives] E's wedding E must be one of the coolest chick i've ever met. she's beautiful, vivacious, good-natured and ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Reeta's palm. My best friend's palm. Pattern from Jewel's folder (I heart my Kakak muchly, you know...). [0.7]
[Artchives] Edah's wedding - Back My colleague Edah got married on Sept 1, 2001. I did her mehndi on Aug 30. I used Navaid's Natural ... [0.7]
[Artchives] More doodles... Some doodling on my hand. Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Some good henna-loving. Well, after having the full bridal henna works on my hands and feet, those parts were beginning to ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Salha's hennaed hand. Resulting stain on Salha's hand. Picture courtesy of Salha. Motifs referenced from Navneet ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Rain's henna. A variation of the pattern I did on Siti Rahimah. [0.7]
[Artchives] Nani's left. Nani's left hand. She loves butterflies, she does... (picture courtesy of Nani) Butterfly motif ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian hand I copied this pattern from a book. I mixed Jamila henna with cajeput and tea tree essential oils. I [0.7]
[Artchives] Right Hand with MDH Henna Inspired by CCJ from the Henna Forum, I attempted this using my non-dominant left hand. This pic ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Snooty Mr Cook Named after a certain snooty "Mr Cook". First attempt at an Arabic pattern. Used "Jamila" henna, ... [0.7]
[Artchives] My left sole. Left sole. Motifs referenced from 'Mehandi' by Kala Dalvi [0.7]
[Artchives] Nora's henna. Nora's henna is basically the same design as Su's and Siti Rahimah's. She wanted some henna for her [0.7]
[Artchives] Cat's hands. Resulting stain on Cat's hands, 10 hours after paste removal. Pattern referenced from Jewel, Kenzi ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna on one of Ela's cousin. Henna on one of Ela's cousin. She wanted something delicate and floral, so here's what she got. [0.7]
[Artchives] Siti Rahimah's bridal henna. Siti Rahimah's bridal henna. [0.7]
[Artchives] Salha's engagement henna. Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Erfan's Dayak motif. Adapted from Erfan's Dayak patterns. He's a talented creature, that guy! [0.7]
[Artchives] My own bridal henna! The concept was mooted by yours truly, but Jewel took it ten miles further and lovelier with her ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Lotus up my calf Lotus flower and vines creeping up my calf. Again. the design is fading. Used premixed Pakistani ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Before & After Picture on the left, with paste on (right after application). On the right, the end result 20 hours [0.7]
[Artchives] Reeta's henna. A doodle on my best friend. She waited a LONG time for me to henna her. [0.7]
[Artchives] Aunt Jamilah's feet. [0.7]
[Artchives] MDH Henna I used a 3-week old MDH henna paste (left in the fridge) for this. The colour darkened some more ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Left hand on Eid 2000 Decorated both hands for Eid 2000. Original design by Shura from The Henna Page. Used Pakistani ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Rain's feet. [0.7]
[Artchives] Shama Moroccan Shama henna powder, mixed with diluted apple cider vinegar, then terped with eucalyptus & T3 oils. ... [0.7]
[Artchives] My Right Hand A very special and endearing piece. Drew with my left hand (I'm right handed & not ambidextrous) so [0.7]
[Artchives] Suryani's henna. Suryani's simple Moroccan bridal henna. [0.7]
[Artchives] Doodling on Jewel. A little doodle on Jewel. Image courtesy of Ayu. Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Diamond I'm so into Moroccan patterns right now *grins*. Just love the symmetrical and straight lines of a ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Indian pattern MDH henna, lime juice, tea, sugar, terped with eucalyptus oil. [0.7]
[Artchives] Nor's wedding - Feet Again, the terped paste amazed me with its mighty prowess. The stain at removal was a faint orange ... [0.7]
[Artchives] More doodles. Just doodling again.Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] The Eye Second Moroccan attempt. I was confident so it was more complex than the first. Started out ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna at a BBQ. Henna at a birthday bbq. [0.7]
[Artchives] Seaside henna. Henna for breakfast, and by the sea to boot! [0.7]
[Artchives] Shidah's bridal henna. Note that the stain on the fingers are darker than the top of the hands. This is not unusual in ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Nura's wedding Part 2 The top of her hands in henna. [0.7]
[Artchives] Fajarnisa's palms. I really, really like this cool chick. She's wonderfully warm and though it's the first time we met [0.7]
[Artchives] Siti Rahimah's bridal feet. Siti Rahimah's bridal feet! Main motif referenced from Jewel's pattern. [0.7]
[Artchives] Flora Used 3 week old Jamila henna that I mixed myself. Own design ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Raihana's palm. Ana's soft skin doesn't take henna too well, but her palms will show brilliant stains! [0.7]
[Artchives] Linda's wedding I had an opportunity to do bridal mehndi on a lovely & charming lady, Linda on June 7. She opted ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Auntie Begum's henna A doodle on best friend's aunt. [0.7]
[Artchives] Edah's wedding - Palms Edah's mom applied little dots around her palms. I'm kind of excited to see how this pattern will ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Siti Rahimah's bridal palms. Siti Rahimah's bridal henna part 2. Main motif referenced from Jewel's pattern. [0.7]
[Artchives] Imah's left hand. I do like the main flower motif. [0.7]
[Artchives] Two tone palm medallion. Pattern from Catherine Cartwright Jones, given the 2-tone treatment [0.7]
[Artchives] Nemo's hennaed fins. 'Nemo' wanted henna, so I obliged with some on her feet cos she can't wear it anywhere visible to ... [0.7]
[Artchives] is bridal henna she wanted something simple initially but fell in love with moroccan patterns. i sketched out this ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Lotus More like Loretta Roome's style. A border running all around the palm with a central motive. The ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Helena's henna. Henna on Helena. Helena's a real henna fan! :) [0.7]
[Artchives] Some henna-loving. Butterfly pattern is from Catherine Cartwright-Jones. Ankle pattern is from Catherine ... [0.7]
[Artchives] E's feet i just love this foot pattern! E showed me a design concept and i ran with it. *photo was taken ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Lady Lynn's birthday henna Lady Lynn had a birthday. Red Herring had a henna cone. The rest is history. This picture was taken [0.7]
[Artchives] Henna for Ela's mom. A simple token henna for Ela's mom. The first person I offer some henna to is the bride's mother ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Dee's left. Dee's left hand (picture courtesy of Nani) Motifs referenced from Navneet Publications. [0.7]
[Artchives] Moroccan feet (side view) I love how Moroccan patterns can be so simple yet look so elegant, beautiful and alluring. This is ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Pretty Used pre-mixed Pakistani in a cone. Wonderful stuff, stained almost immediately. Colour was a deep ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Salha's palm. One of the reasons I love hennaing this woman is that her skin is so henna friendly. I think she ... [0.7]
[Artchives] Su's bridal palms. [0.7]

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