It’s wedding season, and who doesn’t appreciate their hands covered in gorgeous mehndi? Functions like Haldi, Sangeet, and Mehndi are lavishly celebrated. The bride meticulously attends to practically every detail, from the design of the mehndi to the writing of the groom’s name. In general, a bride’s mehndi ceremony is a highly memorable occasion.
Keep track of the clock.
Whether you’re applying mehndi for a wedding or any other event, keep in mind that it’s best to do it a day or two ahead of time. Because it usually takes 24 to 48 hours for the mehndi to get its full color. Henna should not be left on your hands for longer than 6-7 hours. The Mehendi color does not darken after being left on for several hours.
Henna should not be allowed to dry.
Many individuals apply henna and leave it alone. The henna then begins to dry and fall. Using a cotton ball, keep spreading the lemon juice and sugar solution to the mehndi for a while. Clove smoke may be used to darken the color of mehndi.
Use desi ghee.
The procedure does not finish when you remove the henna and wash your hands after it has dried. After removing the henna, add lukewarm desi ghee or balm to the hands to ensure that the mehndi lasts as long as possible. Avoid waxing or shaving that area after applying henna.
Take care of Mehndi in this manner.
It is necessary to cleanse and moisturize the skin before applying henna. To prevent the color from fading, try to avoid using soap on your hands. Chemicals will not affect your skin in this manner.
The authored article is written by Sejal Wakkar and shared with Prittle Prattle News exclusively.
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