Here are some beautiful yet simple round mehndi designs which you can try. These designs will definitely help you to garner attention! This Diwali you can celebrate by embracing your hands with these amazing Arabic mehndi designs and peacock mehndi designs. Also, make your skin glow with these monsoon skin care tips and look bright.
Mehndi designs are hugely diverse. We can’t even imagine the plethora of beautiful designs available to decorate our hands and feet. We always keep searching for a unique and intricate mehndi design to flaunt at social gatherings. Such a unique and beautiful design helps us to stand out in the crowd.
How To Get Dark Stain Of Mehndi:
- Firstly, get good quality henna or mehndi for better stain color and also to avoid any skin allergies or side effects.
- After the application of mehndi, once it is dry,
- lightly mist the henna with sugar sealant.
- Or, with some lemon juice
- The longer it remains in place, the better. A minimum of 6-8 hours is recommended. Traditionally henna is left overnight and you will get a darker, longer-lasting stain if you leave it on for 16 hours. ( If you keep it overnight, you can lightly wrap your mehndi in tissue to keep it in place.)
- When you’re about to remove it, after 6-8 hours (or overnight), gently pick off the henna paste, or rub it off with a paper towel. Never wash it off. It should be a bright orange color when you pick it off.
- You can avoid water for an additional 12-24 hours. Or just take 2 -3 drops of oil (coconut oil, shea butter, or any other greasy vegetable-based oil) and rub on your design. You will see your design start to darken as it oxidizes throughout the day. Natural henna requires about 24 – 48 hours to reach its darkest point.
The stain will always be darkest on the palms, where the thicker skin can absorb more henna, and lighter toward the thin skin of the wrists and arms for a beautiful ombré effect.