Everybody read, Please!!!
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Posted by Eve on September 11, 1999 at 03:11:58:
In Reply to: Re: Black Henna Tattoo Damage posted by Jeremy Rowntree on September 10, 1999 at 18:42:46:
: : Just a note on this subject: you should change the way the link to
: : warnings page is phrased (now "Due to the increase in allergic
: : reactions...") to say "chemical burns" instead of "allergic
: : reactions." Because these are not truly allergies, and people
: : think an allergic reation is no big deal & worth the risk (and
: : therefore not be scared enough by the word to bother reading your
: : warnings).
: Fixed. I've also reworded the warnings page itself to put the message
: across a lot more strongly, including putting the picture up. I just
: wish there was a way to ensure that people found the page
: before getting burned. So often it seems people get a nasty
: reaction, then think "I wonder if there is anything on the Internet
: about this"....
I think that by everyone in this forum reading it and keeping a picture of it available for their friends and clients to see it, will help some and the biggest part is on us mehndi artists that are doing the work on a vast amount of people. We need to take responsibility when someone asks us about Mehndi to inform them of advertised black Henna tattoos and it's damages. Because knowing about it and not warning people is not good karma.
Keep it real!!!