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HENNATRADITION

Farwa is a designer henna artist who holds a Bachelor's degree in fine arts. She is expert in fine lines in both classical and contemporary style. Customize henna designs is not a problem for her. She is been doing Henna since her childhood as Henna adornment is a tradition followed in her homeland in weddings, festivals and special occasions.

Her other expertise is miniature painting in medium Gouache. 

 

For Farwa Henna or any form of art is an outlet of creative expression. She feels  privileged  to be part of someone's special moment. She enjoys connecting  with her clients on their special occasions. Besides an artist  she is a mother of two kids, a wife and a home maker.

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Henna Tattoo

Henna tradition offer gorgeous henna designs to women and children for all kind of joyous occasions including:

Wedding and Engagements

Bridal and Baby Shower

Festival Eid , Dewali , Karwachoth

Corporate Events

Birthday Parties

Graduation

Social Networking Events

Private Appointment and more...

Frequently Asked Questions

What other services you provide?:
Wedding and Engagements Bridal and Baby Shower Festival Eid , Dewali , Karwachoth Corporate Events Birthday Parties Graduation Social Networking Events Private Appointment and more...
What is Henna? Is it the same as Mehndi, Mehandi, Heena ?:
Henna/mehendi is a plant that grows in some countries with a hot climate like Pakistan, India, Morocco, Egypt etc .The leaves of the henna plant contain the henna dye. These leaves are dried and crushed to a fine powder. The dry henna powder .Henna paste that is used for body art, is made with pure organic henna powder, lemon juice/water, and essential oils like Cajeput, Lavender, Eucalyptus. This paste is then used to draw henna designs on the skin.Do you have known skin sensitivities or allergies? Tell me about them when you schedule your appointment.
How long I have to keep the henna paste on?:
Leave henna paste on skin for at least 6-8 hrs. Overnight is even better.
How long the henna color lasts?:
Henna designs done in real, natural henna can last anywhere from 4 days to 2 weeks, depending upon where on the body they are done, and how well the after-care instructions were followed. Henna stains the top few layers of skin cells and fades gradually with natural skin exfoliation over the course of 1-3 weeks
How to keep the henna color dark for long time?:
1. Leave henna paste on skin for at least 6-8 hrs. Overnight is even better. 2. Seal dried paste onto the skin by dabbing with cotton ball dipped in lemon sugar syrup. Once the henna paste is dry, it starts flaking off. To prevent that from happening, it is very important to seal the henna paste on the skin with a sticky lemon juice and sugar mixture. The stickiness of the syrup helps the henna to stay stuck to the skin. 3. HEAT is a friend of henna. Warming your henna design with the henna paste still on your skin will help in achieving a dark stain. You can warm your hand over the stove, or in front of the fireplace or a space heater, or even use a heating pad. 4. Apply more sugar-lemon juice syrup. Heat again. Repeat process 3-4 times. 5. As long as the henna paste is a bit moist, it will keep staining…heating makes u sweat and hence moistens the paste. 6. Wrap with an old sock, toilet paper, or medical bandage…anything will work, to keep the henna paste on the skin and to protect clothing and furniture. If leaving on all night, be sure to keep your henna design WARM ALL NIGHT...if your skin gets cold, henna doesn’t stain well. 7. After 6-8 hours, when it is time to take the henna paste off, do not wash it off with soap and water. Scrape the paste off gently using your fingers, a credit card, or a blunt butter knife. The sticky lemon sugar sealant makes the henna stick to the skin really well and is sometimes not easy to take off. In that case, you can use a little bit of coconut oil, olive oil, or vegetable oil to help take the stubborn paste off. 8. Avoid direct contact with water for the next 24 hrs. Keep stain coated with olive oil to create a barrier. 9. Henna stain will be light/bright orange at first and will darken to a deep brown over the next 48-60 hours. This gradual darkening of the stain is a sign that the henna paste is 100% natural!

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