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Simple Mehndi Design: Hands are the most exposed part of the body next to the face and are almost as expressive and indicative of the owner’s mood and meaning.

But aside from a nice manicure, hands typically do not get the same attention as the face when it comes to special occasions.

Lately, though, hand makeup in the form of mehndi designs have begun to capture the attention of a wide Western audience, from little children to stylish socialites, due mainly to the influence of Hollywood fashion icons such as Madonna and Demi Moore.

Simple Mehndi Design for Hands 2020

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Mehendi, the Indian word for henna is a typical Indian custom in which intricate designs are applied on the hands to complete a bride-to-be’s toilette, as well as that of her bride’s maids.

simple mehndi design image

simple mehndi design image

The belief is that mehendi brings luck and beauty, and if about to be married a girl needs lots of either one or the other, but preferably both.

simple mehndi design full hand

simple mehndi design full hand

Simple Mehndi Design for Back Side of Left Hand

It is also believed that the darker the hue of the mehndi designs, the more favor the mother-in-law will bestow on the bride,

which is even more necessary than luck and beauty! In fact, it is the duty of the future mother-in-law to engage the services of a mehndi artist.

simple mehndi design for left hand

simple mehndi design for left hand

Traditionally, it is confined for the use of women but for really special weddings, the groom is also given a special mehndi henna design.

simple mehndi design for back hand

simple mehndi design for backhand

Traditional mehndi or henna designs are delicate and intricate, ranging from simple mehndi designs of balls to delicate flowers to messages and initials.

There have even been some modern designs based on works by Picasso and van Gogh. There has also been some who favor the use of henna to tattoo wedding bands, bangles, and anklets.

It is pretty much anything goes with mehndi because it is non-permanent and always interesting.

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Tanisha

I am Tanisha Patel a professional mehndi designer. I wish to provide my readers with some of my unique, traditional and trending mehndi collection. I want all of my readers to follow these collections so that they can stay updated and stylish.

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