There are many different heendai designs being popularized in 2022. Differentiating from individualized shapes and traditional motifs, hendai models of this year are a mix of cool hues which vary from light to dark. So, we talked to some of the experienced heendai artists who have decades worth of experience behind them – these heendai artists had shared some key tricks of their trade! From how brides can make sure their henna stays on longer, tips about maintaining henna after it has been applied, to what the newest hendai styles look like for next year.
Scroll Away To Read All About The Tricks To Make Your Mehendi Last Long Along With The Best Mehendi Designs For 2022:
Bridal Mehndi By Jyoti Chheda
Jyoti Chheda is a renowned mehendi artist whose work has been seen gracing the hands of many celebrity clients. When asked what’s best for most brides, she recommends leaving the fresh mehendi untouched for at least 4-6 hours before removing it. Some common tricks are using Vicks to keep the ink dark and warm up nearby areas.
Trending designs this year include customized love stories, portraits of family members, intricate detail work on foot designs, and traditional motifs inspired by Indian culture. But despite being one of India’s brightest stars in this field – hers is a legacy that transcends trends! Known as both a pioneer and trendsetter when it comes to her popular pet portrait mehendi designs, Jyoti aims not only to inspire but empower others through her artistry.
Contact: +91 9819352829 or visit her website for bookings.
Harin’s Mehndi By Harin Dalal For Portrait Mehendi Designs
Harin Dalal told us some important tips about how to take care of your Mehendi so it doesn’t fade too quickly, including avoiding contact with water for up to 12-14 hours and the benefits of applying clove steam, or rubbing oil on top afterwards. He said he likes working with new clients because they often want something different – such as traveling destinations, especially when they’re planning an international wedding; there are also popular requests for special events like Birthdays that make all his work extra meaningful!
Contact: +91 9825972824 or visit his website for bookings.
Henna By Payal Sharma
Although the only way to really know if you’re getting married is by waiting until someone asks you, there are some tips Payal Sharma has listed that can help those in need of guidance. For one thing, she recommends scrubbing your hands and legs with soap and water about 24 hours before getting mehendi applied so it lasts longer and doesn’t come off in the shower. Drinking tea made out of ginger root just three times a day or taking ginger capsules can increase blood flow which will make the color stay on much longer (not to mention also reduce inflammation).
You should massage some sugar syrup onto your skin once you’re done receiving mehendi treatments, this will help prolong the full effect since iced drinks could cause cracks in dried dye. Alternatively, apply coconut oil before bathing or washing up so it doesn’t come off while doing those things – it’ll seal all these effects together nicely.
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Brown Hues By MISHMA KAMAL
Mehendi artist Mishma Kamal has some helpful advice about how dark mehendi colors may be achieved by waiting patiently until the mehendi becomes dry. Besides that, it’s good to avoid touching water for at least 8 hours, apply coconut oil and lemon-sugar syrup afterward, or wear gloves while you go out.
She elaborates on her newest creations including initials customized with wedding date along with bride and groom figurines. It seems like the floral motif designs and cultural transcripts of henna style tattoos are coming back in fashion again as well because many brides are opting for them this year which isn’t surprising considering they’re so beautiful!
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Mehendi Artist Komal Khot For Quirky Mehendi Designs
Mehendi artist Komal Khot informs us that, if we do not take care of it properly, the henna will fade much sooner than anticipated. This mostly occurs when people wash their hands excessively or scrape off the mehendi soon after it has been applied to their body. She says that one way to maintain color is by using a balm such as Vicks and heating up your palms with cinnamon sticks. Also, cutting work and fine patterns – like bride and groom designs – are quickly catching on in India; they’re predicted to be popular designs for next year’s weddings.
Contact: +91 9869346440