Look no further, if you’re seeking one of the best henna artist’s in Sydney. Fareha possesses an understanding of Arabic, Indian, Pakistani and Sri Lankan and other cultures with international exposure.
If you’ve attended an Indian wedding before, you certainly would have seen the gorgeous and intricate (almost tattoo-like) bright reddish orange patterns on the palms of the women. These works of art are called mehndi or henna and are considered to be very auspicious. Usually these patterns have been drawn on a day or two prior to the wedding using henna paste. This dries to leave a temporary and deep red pigment on the skin. Henna is applied at a special ceremony called ‘mehndi’ before the actual wedding day.
If you’re considering bridal henna, you’ll need to have a brief consultation about the style you have in mind. This is a great opportunity for you to get to know your Bridal henna artist and ask any questions you might have. Since Fareha understands that it’s one of the most important days in a women’s life. She will take the time to get to know you and what you want on the day.
Also we advise to have your bridal henna done at least two days before the date of wedding. This is in order for the colour to be more enriched and fully developed for your wedding day. Henna for the wedding guests can also be booked in addition to your bridal henna.