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Henna Cafe Provides Only The Best Henna Tattoos

By Michael Abelson

Manisha Trivedi has over two decades of experience in creating henna body art. She blends contemporary and traditional designs while also using the best natural organic henna. She has won multiple awards including the Couples' Choice award from Wedding Wire four years in a row. She took some time to answer questions for New Hampshire Homes.

How would you describe henna design?

Historically, henna/mehndi, with its cooling properties, was applied on hands and feet to cool one's body. The beautiful stain that it left on the skin after its application led to the practice of making designs with it on one's hands and feet. There are several types of henna tattoo designs. These designs differ based on culture, significance, and personal meaning.

What makes Henna Tattoo work different from other forms of tattooing?

Permanent tattoos are fairly painful to obtain. As the process of "drawing" or "applying" the chosen tattoo requires the use of needles. This kind of tattoo lasts a lifetime. Removal of this type of art can damage the skin.

"Henna/mehndi" or "dye" tattoos, these temporary pieces of art are 100% natural and applied using a applicator bottle or plastic cone. Henna tattoos last only a week or two. Application of this beautiful skin art is painless, as needles which penetrate the skin are not used.

What else would you like to convey to the public about what you do? What do you enjoy about your job?

As I was growing up, my fascination turned into a hobby, and hobby turned into a passion and here I am after 18 long years since my first henna design. Henna has been my artistic and creative outlet and is so versatile and can be used traditionally at weddings or modernly on candles and other products so I am always experimenting and hope to continue to pursue my passion. What can I say, I love the creative and relaxing aspect of henna and I am pretty sure henna loves me too.

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