Mehndi Design: The Ultimate Henna Art Course


Welcome to the innovative world of henna art & design, bridal mehndi and also combining fusion designs from Arabic, Indian to Moghul. Master the Art of Mehndi with Letstute Mehndi Course, which offers a highly personalized and bespoke service to suit your individual needs.

Letstute Mehendi Course has new generation of artists, illustrators that use unique techniques & styles together with natural ingredients for the mehndi, to add depth to its color, so that it lasts for days of your Special Occasions to come.

The leaves of the henna plant contain a red-orange dye molecule, lawsone, which has an affinity for bonding with protein and has been used to dye skin, hair, fingernails, leather, silk, and wool. Henna leaves are usually dried and ground into a powder, which is mixed into a paste and applied using a variety of techniques. The henna paste is usually left on the skin for eight hours; after it is removed, the pattern continues to darken for approximately three days.

In this Mehndi course, You will learn about all occasions such as weddings, mehndi parties, henna parties, fashion shows & corporate events to name a few.

The fashion of “Bridal Mehndi” in Northern Libya and in North Indian diasporas is currently growing in complexity and elaboration, with innovations in glitter, gilding, and fine-line work.

Recent technological innovations in grinding, sifting, temperature control, and packaging henna, as well as government encouragement for henna cultivation, have improved dye content and artistic potential for henna.


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Enrolled: 1208 students
Duration: 14 total hours