Henna is not the only ink used in Indian tattoo and body art. Indian tattoos can also be applied to the body with pastes made from turmeric instead of henna. Both these forms of body art are temporary. More »

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Indian or henna tattoo ink comes from the mehendi shrub. The leaves of the plant are dried and mashed into a paste with water that has a reddish brown color. The dye eventually fades and washes off over time. More »

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There are many convenience stores, markets, grocery stores, and online shops that sell henna ink. This is popular in Middle Eastern stores, specifically Indian and Egyptian stores and bazaars. Amazon sells henna ink, pow... More »

Henna temporary tattoos are temporary body art designs drawn with a coloring made from an African and Asian flowering plant. The color of henna temporary tattoos is a reddish brown. However, some people blacken henna wit... More »

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A henna tattoo is a form of temporary skin art made from a paste derived from the leaves of the henna plant. It is applied to the skin using a brush. The dye penetrates and stains the top layers of skin but typically dis... More »

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Henna ink is easily made at home by mixing dry henna powder with hot strong black coffee and adding some lemon juice and essential oils. You need dry henna powder, two coffee singles, a lemon, eucalyptus oil, clove oil, ... More »

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Henna kits for decorative body art are sold at Walmart, Michael's, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores, and online on Amazon and EarthHenna. Henna for coloring hair can be purchased at Walmart, Walgreens and online on Amazon.... More »