There are a lot of wedding beliefs from different nations. One of the most common customaries is the bridal mehndi. It is commonly done in Pakistan, India, and Saudi Arabia during weddings. Why? Bridal mehndi designs are added on a woman due to different beliefs.
The name henna also refers to the dye prepared from the plant and the art of temporary body art (staining) based on those dyes (see also mehndi). Henna has been used since antiquity to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics including silk, wool and leather.
In the modern age and even due to limited supply of Indian Traditional Mehndi artists, usually people buy ready-made Henna cones, which are ready to use and make painting easy. However, in rural areas in India, women grind fresh henna leaves on grinding stones with added oil, which though not as refined as professionally prepared henna cones, achieves much darker colors.
The henna tattoo has been around since time began. It is usually used by women in India and Arab countries to decorate their bodies during weddings and celebrations. Nowadays, henna designs are becoming more popular not only on women but also on men.
Auspicious events are best enjoyed by having Arabic Mehndi designs of tattoos, intricately etched on the skin to highlight one's beliefs and personality. Arabic Mehndi designs are different from Indian Mehndi. These are mostly detailed, have spaces, and sometimes resemble some architectural designs.
If you are still undecided about having a permanent tattoo, getting simple mehndi designs etched on your skin can be a good option. You will be able to experience how a particular design will look good on you before you decide whether you will have it forever on your skin.