Special Offer. Every henna body art kit order includes a free full color henna design book
(valued up to $10)
You love henna so much you just have to have this kit.
This kit contains:
- 200 grams of our exclusive Supreme Blend Henna
- 1 X 30ml bottle of Red Raj Bliss Blend essential oil
- 200 grams of fructose sugar
- 3 jacquard applicator bottles with 3 metal tips (sizes .5mm,.7mm,.9mm)
- 3 hand rolled cones with elastic bands
- 80 alcohol wipes
- 3 carrot bags
- 1 henna tool kit
- 2 full pages of henna designs
- Instructions and recipe
- Comes with zipper pouch
We're sharing our secret (not so secret now!) recipe that we use for all of our professional henna body art work services.What you'll need:Jamila henna powder, current crop from http://www.hennasooq.comOrganic Rajasthani Indian henna from http://www.hennasooq.comClovesTea BagsWaterLemon JuiceLavender essential oil from http://www.hennasooq.com
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How to make Our Henna Paste:
Fresh body art quality henna powder that is finely sifted (please read our article on the times needed for dye release). Bottled lemon juice, warm water or tea brew. 100% pure essential oils, such as eucalyptus globulus, cajeput, or tea tree or lavender (also known as terps). Fructose.
Measuring the henna powder. Take 2 tbsp of henna powder (about 25 grams of henna), and put it into a bowl. Add 1 tsp of fructose, and mix well.
Adding the lemon juice/water/tea brew. Heat your liquid (about 1/4 cup) on the stove or in your microwave, and add it slowly to your henna powder. Mix well until it is the consistency of play dough/ mashed potatoes. Cover your bowl and let it sit for 2-12 hours (depending on henna powder chosen).
Adding essential oil. Then add 1-1.5 tsp of “terps” (essential oil). Cover again and let it sit for another 6-12 hours. Please make sure to read the article on how to choose the right henna powder for body art as it explains how different henna powders have different sitting periods to achieve proper dye release.
Testing the paste. Test your henna paste periodically by placing a bit of paste onto your palm and let it sit for 1 minute. Remove the paste by washing off, and see if you have a bright pumpkin orange stain indicating that it is ready to use.
Second round of lemon juice/water. Add more lemon juice/water (not warmed up) a little at a time and mix well. Do this until you have it to the consistency of toothpaste.
Straining your henna paste makes it extra smooth. You can do this by taking a large cup and placing a carrot bag inside, and then putting a cheap nylon stocking inside that. You then pour the henna paste into the stocking’s opening and pull the stocking through the carrot bag. That way, the henna paste is forced to come through the nylon stocking into the carrot bag. It will be extremely smooth and you won’t have any clogs in your fine tips or cones. What is also good about this method is that, once the henna paste is in the carrot bag, you can easily use that to fill all your applicators up. Test your henna paste for dye release as well. Read our article: How to Test your Henna Paste for Dye Release. Please do read our aftercare article on taking care of your henna design, to ensure best results.