How To Make Paste For Best Mehndi Designs
If women are planning to apply the mehndi designs by staying at home then surely they will be finding little trouble in making the mehndi designing paste. But now this trouble will going to be solved with the help of this post. There are so many ways for making the mehndi paste but the best method is the one that is naturally and free from all kinds of the allergies and skin harms. Do you want to know such kind of method?
Method To Make Paste For Best Mehndi Designs:
- In the very beginning you should be buying the best and freshest henna powder that you can afford. You should look for brownish-green dark henna. Bright green henna may have dye added as to make it look fresh. The best hennas are pre-sifted.
- In the next step you have to measure the henna powder into mixing bowl. For body art you should use a teaspoon for a few small designs. You can use freeze leftover paste for a few months.
- Now you have to add your sour liquid while stirring. You want a consistency between toothpaste and pudding so you have to add the liquid a small amount at a time so it doesn’t get too runny. For hair you have to add more liquid, or add water. It’s easier to get into hair when it’s thinner.
- In the next just add sugar in the mixture. It will going to mix up slowly. If you want then you can add the sugar first, then liquid, or both at once.
- In the further method you will going to add the essential oils. For the sensitive skin you can use lavender oil. Make sure that your paste should be smooth and thick.
- In the end you have to cover up the bowl with the plastic wrap, foil, or a lid. You can set it in a warm place, and wait. Henna needs from 4 to 24 hours to release its dye. If the paste has become dark brown throughout then it’s probably degraded and will not stain well.
Isn’t the above mentioned simple and straight forward to make the paste for the best mehndi designing? If yes then start following this method now and make the paste and advantegous paste of mehndi by sitting at home!