Mehndi – A Tradition Or a Fashion?
Mehndi (Henna) has been famous in the East for centuries. Later it was used to dye the grey hair and also the hands of the brides at the time of the wedding. But over time its use has been modernized, like many other things, and technology makes it more fashionable.
Not only can it give the hands beautiful colors, but each region has its own mehndi style, like the Arabian mehndi, Indian mehndi, Greek mehndi, Sudanese mehndi, etc. They are all different, but they all have one thing in common: each design gives the hands and feet a beautiful color in a unique way.
People can use Mehndi as a conditioner by drinking a cup of Mehndi and a cup of boiled water with tea leaves (alternatively, tea bags can be used). Then put this boiled tea water into Mehndi, also put some oil (olive oil or mustard oil) into Mehndi and mix them all together. When the mixture is thick, add some clear water to make it thinner. Then leave this mixture to stand for some time so that it mixes sufficiently. After treatment, apply the Mehndi mixture to your hair, leave it on for 4-5 hours, and then wash your hair with a shampoo. Afterward, you will feel the difference, your hair will not only feel fresh on the outside but will also breathe on the inside. You can reapply it after 2 or 3 months.
Mehndi has many uses per day as we have a very famous function of Mehndi in our typical oriental wedding ceremonies.
In some families, this Mehndi function lasted about a week and had several Mayoh, Dholk, and Sangeet functions. All these functions have Mehndi functions. In the Mehndi function, girls and women wear Mehndi on their hands and feet. Especially the beauty of Mehndi is worth seeing in the bride. Mehndi designs are particularly different in brides, which makes them prominent among all other guests. Brides apply Mehndi from their hands to their arms with full coverage of the design. This not only makes her beautiful but also gives her the glory of the wedding on her wedding day.
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