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Updated on August 26, 2013
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Richard Hale is a tattoo enthusiast who studies and researches tattoo symbolism, meanings, and history.

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Henna Tattoos

Henna tattoos are designed in several different ways. Henna tattoos, also known as Mehandi Tattoos, is a tattooing style that originates from Mehandi art or Henna art. Henna is also known as Hina, the Henna Tree, the mignonette tree, or Egyptian privet. The Henna tree was used to create body art, to dye the skin. Henna was used to create body art and art on the fingernails, hair, and on many other things. Henna has been used as early as the Bronze Age.

Henna tattoos are chosen by women from all around the world. Henna body art was used on women to symbolize a women's significance. Their Henna art played social and cultural importance. Henna tattoos are very popular as a temporary tattoo design, very popular in India, Africa, Turkey, and other areas in these general locations.

Henna tattoos can be designed based on different types of the henna, such as black henna tattoos. The name is based on dry indigo. Neutral henna stains are red and brown. Henna is very important to a variety of different cultures. The Night of the Henna is a ceremony that celebrates the fertility of a young woman. It's a culture practice that is celebrated all over the world. It is also believed that henna brings good luck, joy, and happiness.

Mehndi Tattoos And Henna Tattoos

Mehndi tattoos and henna tattoos apply intricate patterns of mehndi that are usually applied during bridal ceremonies. The unique patterns of mehndi and henna have sparked the interest of the henna tattoo. Mehndi designs were worn as a temporary tattoo or temporary body art. However, today, henna tattoo designs are more popular then ever and inked all around the world.

Mehndi is believed to originate in India first before it began to spread all across the world. As far as tattoos are concerned, Mehndi patterns may also be called India tattoo designs. Henna designs were also given to men which would be designed in association to the female. Henna is a very important element to many cultures, all throughout the world.

Henna and Mehandi designs have sparked a demand for henna tattoo designs and Mehandi tattoo designs. Traditionally, henna is often applied to the hands. Tattoo artist from all around the world use henna designs to create permanent body art. The beautiful intricate patterns make for great tattoo designs for women.

Henna Tattoo Designs

Henna tattoo designs can be designed in a variety of different styles and variations. Henna tattoo designs are inspired by traditional henna patterns. These intricate patterns have sparked henna tattoos and the popularity for these unique designs continues to grow. Henna tattoos can include a variety of different patterns, styles, symbols, and variations. Although traditional henna designs are usually worn by women, both sexes wear henna tattoo designs.

Henna tattoo designs portray body art that is inspired by henna designs. Henna tattoo designs also include symbols and elements that are designed in henna patterns. Together, henna designs can include any tattoo symbol that you want. Henna tattoos can portray the sun, moon, stars, butterflies, dragonflies, crosses, flowers, and much more. If you want a certain symbol done in henna art, it can be done.

Tattoos of henna designs are beautiful, unique, and certainly eye catchers. Remember, anything can be designed using henna patterns. Henna art has inspired many different henna tattoo designs. Make sure that you take the time to view all the different pictures of henna tattoo designs. This will give you a general idea of what henna patterns look life. Plus, you can gain ideas and knowledge for all your own henna design.

Henna Tattoo Meanings

Henna tattoo meanings can represent many different things. Henna tattoo meanings depend on what symbol or element that is being portrayed. However, henna meanings do symbolize different meanings. Remember though, in the end, your henna tattoo symbolizes what you want it too. Below, you'll find meanings of the henna tattoo.

  • Good Luck
  • Spirituality
  • Femininity
  • Fertility
  • Rebirth
  • Transformation
  • Good Fortune
  • New Beginnings
  • Journey

Before Your Henna Tattoo

Before you get your Mehandi tattoo or henna tattoo, there's a few things that you should consider. Henna tattoo designs may offend others from the cultural ethnicity. Just be aware of that fact. Just as you are now, take the time to research your tattoo. Be sure that your completely aware of what your tattoo represents and stands for.

Take your time and view dozens of henna tattoo designs. Don't choose the first Mehandi tattoo design that you see, view as many as you can. Don't rush into the tattoo process either. Remember, tattoos are meant to be forever. Plus, you don't want to go through the process of laser removal and cover ups.

Henna tattoos are gaining popularity all around the world. Beautiful henna designs make this a tempting tattoo for many. If Mehandi tattoo designs are not for you, be sure to follow the links below to view more tattoos. We appreciate your visit and time always. If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions, please leave a comment below. If you enjoyed this article, please take the time to share it. We enjoy providing you with free tattoo information. If you have any suggestions how we can make your experience better, please let us know. Always, thanks and be sure to view our other tattoo articles.

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      4 years ago

      I love henna tattoos, Indians are really lucky that they've this.

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      Richard Ricky Hale 

      5 years ago from West Virginia

      Thanks Ruby, I love henna art, the henna style. Beautiful henna tattoo ideas and tattoos. This would be a great tattoo for any women.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      The henna tattoo on the foot is pretty, less is better i think. Great designs and ideas Ricky....


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