Styles At Life features a number of simple mehndi designs that can be done by a beginner. Mehndi is a plant that is used to make henna paste; it produces a red pigment that changes to a deep brown when applied to the skin.
Mehndi paste is frequently used to create intricate designs on the hands and feet. While some of the designs are incredibly elaborate, Styles At Life displays designs suitable for people new to the art. The mehndi designs showcased use simple flowers, leaves, dots and criss-cross lines, among others, to create wearable body art. Many of the designs are suitable for children. They primarily focus on different parts of the body; some are concentrated on the fingertips, while others span the entire length of the arm. Some of the designs are similar in nature to traditional wedding mehndi.
Mehndi is traditionally done by Indian cultures to commemorate significant occasions. Mehndi is used on the palm, hands and feet for certain Hindu festivals, and Indian women often wear mehndi designs for weddings. Different cultures favor different designs. Arabic people often create floral designs that cover a part of the hand, while Indian people cover the entire hand in animals and floral imagery.