Steampunk star with an eye in it. He wanted to have elements from bicycling, a compass, and an eye. Can you see them? Henna is a great way to try out a possible permanent tattoo idea.
It's always important to add a nod to Harry Potter.
Star Wars. Of course, I HAD to do this design for a fellow Jedi Geek at her baby shower.
Great group of girls. Henna is always a fun idea for parties.
Henna done on a few guests after I did the bride's henna.
Skele-cat. Henna designs don't have to be JUST traditional designs.
Yes, of course, I have to do some geek henna.
Henna is also great for doing designs for your cosplay.
And her henna for her palms.
A closer view of our bride's arm and hand henna.
Close-up of the bride's henna on her feet.
More bridal henna
Belly henna for an expectant mother.
Mandalas are a lot of fun to do on pregnant tummies.
Some belly henna and this mommy's Blessingway. She booked enough time so that her guests to celebrate with their own henna, too.
Pregnant belly henna doesn't have to be completely symmetrical. I love the Alice in Wonderland theme this new mother wanted for her design. I'm always up for fun challenges like this.
Many people ask what the process looks like for their henna stain. I did this one on myself for you to see how it works.
A sample of how my henna table might look at your event.
Healing henna for cancer patients. It's the Tree of Life. I always love to put positive energy into any artwork that I do, but most especially for those who need healing.
Head henna for a sweet girl who has Alopecia. It's a nice way to decorate your head when it's just too hot to wear a hat.