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Monday, April 10, 2017

#APOM 8. H for Henna

My theme for this year is called "A Piece of Me" #APOM
I would be sharing a tiny piece of my life in pictures

H for Henna Hands

I love like totally adore henna on my hands. Here is a picture of my henna designed hand
I love this
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46 comments:

  1. Such pretty designs! Henna is considered auspicious. I love it too :)

    'Happiness Is...' #AtoZChallenge

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    1. Thank you Anita:-)
      Yes it is auspicious :-)

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  2. This looks very beautiful! I like henna art on my hands on the occasion of family weddings ... and I would spend all night to make sure that it gets dark.
    Best Wishes!

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    1. I do too :-)\
      It is said, the darker it is, the more the partner loves you :-)

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  3. Absolutly wonderful! I only ever see this when I visit India. It's so much nicer than permaent tatoos.

    Amble Bay's Village Hall!

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    1. Its nicer, natural and organic.
      If every you come to India, we should plan a bloggers meet kid of thing :-)

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  4. Beautiful - I've always wanted to get this done but never been brave enough. Thanks for sharing a piece of you.

    Pamela @ Highlands Days of Fun

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    1. You should try it once, its organic and might not harm your skin & it just stays for a week or so and then fades away :-)

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  5. Wow! That is gorgeous. How long did it take?

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    1. The guy who put this on my is a professional, he took like 10 minutes for this :-)

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    2. Holy crap. I thought it would take hours. I'd keep that guy!

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    3. I can forward his number to you :D

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  6. I love the smell of Henna. It kind of opens all senses.

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  7. Great design, but how quickly does it wear or wash off?

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    1. The green thing washes off to show this very pretty brown orange design.
      It lightens over 4 days and vanishes in a week
      Sometimes, its gets patchy after three days and lightens and vanishes.
      Thanks for dropping by Bob :-)

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  8. That's a beautiful pattern! I love the smell of fresh henna, but don't like it much 3 days later, when it becomes patchy and broken, and starts fading.
    Happy AtoZing!
    Chicky @ www.mysteriouskaddu.com

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  9. Oh I so love henna. Lovely pic
    Stopped by from the AtoZchallenge. I also wrote about Heaven on earth..Do visit my blog at
    http://archanablogs.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/h-for-heaven-choosing-to-be-there-now/

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    1. I love Henna too. Thanks for dropping by Archana :-)

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  10. Lovely patterns. I like the smell of henna, I keep sniffing my hands whenever I apply it. Though I dont like the look of it after the pattern starts fading.

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    1. I do too :-)

      Thanks for dropping by Shilpa :-)

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  11. Smell of wet henna...first colour or it after washing it and the dark hues it acquires later on... Oh my my... Every time it never fails to excite.
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    Thanks dear...for letting us get drenched in thoughts!
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    1. Oh I totally understand you...I love henna

      Thanks for dropping by Mommy

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  12. Henna is something that I have never tried but I do find it fascinating. The designs are beautiful. WeekendsInMaine

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    1. You should try it sometime.Its organic and would not harm your skin and will look very pretty too

      Thanks for dropping by WIM

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  13. I always think this looks beautiful. Very nice!

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  14. Awwwww, such pretty designs...I go crazy over henna. Never missed an opportunity to get myself henna-tattooed.

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    1. Me too Me too :-)
      Thanks for dropping by Mommy :-)

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  15. Beautiful! My daughters and I get henna once a year at an annual New Year's party. We love the smell, too!

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    1. Wow! That's super cool.
      I love the smell too
      Thanks for dropping by Heather

      A Peice Of My Life

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  16. Lovely photos! Always loved getting Henna on my hands =)

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    1. I love them too :-)
      Thanks for dropping by Sujata :-)

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  17. Visiting from the A - Z Challenge at https://sujataravi6.wordpress.com

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    1. Thank you for visiting Sujata :-)

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  18. In the summer when I wear skirts, I like to have tall skinny women holding hands and dancing around my leg from ankle to just below the knee with henna.

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    1. Wow, would make a lovely picture. BTW the tall skinny women art is called Warli art.
      Google it sometime Toni :-)

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