The use of Henna for body art is several centuries old. People of ancient Egypt and India used this form of temporary tattoo for various religious ceremonies, wedding festivals, and for simple body decoration. Henna is a plant which grows in the tropical climates of Africa, northern Australia, and southern Asia. It has been used to dye skin, hair and fingernails, as well as fabrics including silk, wool and leather. On the skin lasts anywhere from 10 to 2 weeks. Here are some creative design ideas that would be perfect to accessorize your summer ensemble!
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