Introduction: Simple Mehendi Design for Children

Picture of Simple Mehendi Design for Children

Generally mehendi application is a time consuming process and one has to remain patient not just during the process but also after the process. The mehndi yields a dark red colour only when one lets it dry up completely and restrain from washing hands for at least 12 hours. Women have the patience to do so as the end result enhances their beauty and sets them apart from others but expecting such patience from children is an unreasonable demand.

Generally mehndi is applied on special occasions like marriage, house warming and festivals and children on such occasions love to run around and play than sitting in one place. If mehndi is applied on their hands, there are fair chances that they might smudge it by colliding with a surface or stain their clothes and therefore mothers avoid applying mehndi to children.

But, here’s a solution to this situation. Check this small, simple and elegant mehndi design that dries up quickly and looks fabulous on the little hands of children.

Comments

Kiteman (author)2015-02-25

Are you the person behind the "StyleCraze" YouTube channel?

You ought to include, as well, a warning about the type of henna used; "black" henna is illegal in the UK and Europe, because it contains paraphenylenediamine (PPD), which can cause permanent damage to the skin, and has been the cause of death by anaphylactic shock, having made children fatally allergic to the chemicals in hair dye.

See, for example: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-3153602...

tstevens-1 (author)2015-02-25

Nice design, but I don't think I want to encourage my children to get tattoos when they get older.

usmanmughal96 (author)2015-02-25

cute :)

sabasingh (author)usmanmughal962015-02-25

Thank you :)