Step 1: Things You'll Need
•Tule (I hope I spelled that right. It's just a thin plastic netting.)
•A printout of your selected image
•A body part
•Duct tape (There's probably a better method than wildly slapping duct tape on your problems but I haven't found it.)
•A 2" wide rectangular piece of paper (Adjust as needed for your image size.)
Step 2: Moving the Image Over
Remember the 2" wide piece of paper? Well stick that between the tule and your image and check to make sure you didn't miss anything.
Now, in a highly technical procedure you're going to duct tape the tule to the body part in question.
Step 3: Applying the Henna
A few tips. The longer you leave the dried henna on, the darker the image will be. Also, after you take off the henna the image will slowly darken more over the course of 1-2 days.
The usual recommendation is to leave the dried henna on for 8-24 hrs. With this method that's going to be a bit unpractical, as well as uncomfortable.
So I'm thinking just take off the henna once it dries and go over the light image with more henna, and let that stuff sit for the 8-24 hrs.
Step 4: A Few More Things to Say
I got two 50 gram bags on Amazon for about six dollars. Which will last you a long time, I'm only about half way through the first bag.
Thanks for reading and I hope you have fun.
Bye, Bye. :]