Friday, August 12, 2011

Henna Tattoos Design 2011

Many people want to experiment with the idea of having a tattoo before committing to it for the rest of their lives. Since the henna does not penetrate the outer layer of the skin, it will fade over time and finally disappear. While the henna tends to produce only dark colors, it can be made into several shades, all of which are dark.

On the outside limits, the henna impression could last about a month before fading. But in reality, it will probably last no more than 7 to 10 days depending on how good the artist was who did the work. The number of pictures or designs available is only limited to the imagination of the artist. Most designs are influenced by the region of the world being pictured.

When the design or pattern is freshly applied, it will be an orange brown color. It needs to dry for a long time and eventually flake off. It's recommended 8 or more hours to dry. The longer it is allowed to dry, the darker the stain will be. After the paste has been removed and the tattoo has had time to set, normally within 24 hours, it will turn a reddish brown color.

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