Mehndi Arabic designs are very popular in all over the world. Arabic Mehndi is one of the most commonly known types of Arabic Mehndi designs. It is composed of large simple floral patterns beautifying the hands and feet of women, though reflecting the skill and expertise of the artists and individuality of Arabic Mehndi designs from all other traditions surrounding the Arabian Peninsula.
Arabic mehndi refers to temporary body art painted on the hands or feet with henna paste. Henna is a tall shrub or small tree, 2-6 m high. Henna flowers have four sepals and a 2 mm calyx tube with 3 mm spread lobes. Mehndi leaves are first grinded to dust and mixed with mixture of mustard oil as well as tea to make a thick paste. Usually this is a shade of brownish red, but the mehndi can be mixed with other plant materials to alter it’s natural coloring. Once the Arabic Mehndi paste has been applied then you can not really use your hands for the next few hours as enough time has to be given to the Arabic Mehndi in order to completely dry. The paste is a dye that soaks into the skin and remains for several days.
Arabic mehndi uses trailing, bold flower designs with open spaces on only one side of the hands and feet. The Arabic Mehndi designs don’t necessarily cover your hands or feet all the way. Arabic Mehndi patterns leave more skin showing than Indian patterns. Arabic mehndi consists mostly of floral Arabic Mehndi designs; animal and human figures are not usually used. Arabic mehndi includes traditional mehndi, Arabic Mehndi designs and special general Hedrabadi only such traditional Arabic Mehndi designs, recently lured Peacock, quoted trunk assign the best of luck as an elephant through contemplation.Arabic mehndi is a term which is mainly used to describe floral designs including flowers, stems, petal etc and it involves leaving of a lot of space when compared to the Indian Mehndi. Note that Indian designs consist of many small shapes, while Arabic mehndi designs consist of several large shapes with large areas that are completely filled in with mehndi.