Truely Amazing. Your friendly manner and attention to detail is commendable.
Leena G., Kent
Love your work. Pure talent. You make a lot of people happy and more importantly you make them feel special. Thankyou.
Ravinder G., London
Hey. Just saw a picture of the candles you've made for me. They look amazing in the photos. Can't wait to see them on display.
Jaiti S., London
Priti is a wonderful henna artist and a wonderful person. Her mehndi designs are simply exquisite. Priti is very attentive to detail. The colour came out very dark. I received many compliments for my mehndi. She is so kind. I would highly recommend her mehndi for any occasions.
Neema S., London
Priti did my bridal mendhi in august 2012, she did all my guest's mendhi too, she came early and stayed longer than agreed to make sure all my guests got their mendhi done- she has a heart of gold; so generous; kind and honest. She really looked after me and I have recommended her to my family and friends.
Simranjeet S., London
Priti is the best teacher and the best heena atrtis I have ever met. Priti's teaching techniques are brilliant. You get so much more for the money. She is so talented and has an answer to any question you throw at her. The quality of her henna work is brilliant. Love every bit of it. Thank you for all your help.
Nirali A., London
Priti did my mehndi for my wedding in Oct 2013. She really paid attention to the 5 different designs I chose and managed to merge them into one beautiful, artistic bridal mehndi. On the day, she made me feel extremely comfortable. I am glad I had Priti do my mehndi.
Priya S., London
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Henna is best FRESH. It is NEVER in ready made cones that are readily available in Indian stores, can smell disgusting and can be extremely dangerous.
Traditionally, mehndi was used by Asian brides to symbolize love, happiness and prosperity for the couple. Nowadays, mehndi is not only used for weddings and religious occasions but also for trendy body art and tattoos around the naval, wrists, on the shoulders and anklets.
Mehndi is a paste made from ground leaves of a shrub plant called Lawsonia inermis. It grows in countries of hot tropical climates like India, Pakistan, North Africa, Middle East and other Asian Countries.
The best colour comes from the youngest leaves on top of the shoots. These leaves are dried and ground into a fine powder for different fineness, thickness, precision and smoothness.
Fresh henna is mixed by us especially for your event. Henna does not come out of
If a henna artist can not tell you the ingredients in a cone then it is better not
to be bought. They may tell you that they can not give the recipe to you but really
you’re just asking for a list of ingredients. A freshly made henna cone will always
smell like organic henna and aromatherapy oils. It will never smell of things like
kerosene, dettol, iodine and the most dangerous PPD (para-