Henna history

The crushed leaves of the henna plant have been used for thousands of years throughout the Middle East, India and Africa. The body is decorated in preparation for a special occasion or event. The designs have a variety of meanings, although most are intended to grant good fortune to the wearer. The henna is used to dye hair, nails, skin and even fabric. 

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