Henna

Just as beautiful as a tattoo but not as long-lasting! Mehndi or Henna is derived from the Sanskrit word mendhikā. The use of mehndi as a form of body adornment is described in the earliest of ritual books. Traditional Indian designs are of representations of the sun on the palm representing the inner light of the bearer.

Practiced mainly in India, mehndi also known as henna in the western world is the application of as a temporary form of skin decoration, popularized by Indian cinema and entertainment industry and Mehndi decorations became fashionable in the West in the late 1990s, where they referred to as henna tattoos.

Mehndi is typically applied during special Hindu weddings and festivals and is more widely known as a contemporary form of body decoration and nowadays you'll see it widely at music festivals and holiday resorts the world over.

We had two amazing Mehndi henna artists on hand to design and execute something great for you to go home with. Perfect for our under 18 visitors and those not quite ready to commit to the ink!