Skin Scribes & hectograph pencils might be better


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Posted by Jenna on May 13, 2002 at 14:29:00:

In reply to: Sharpies posted by Heping on May 13, 2002 at 14:15:24:

Are you talking about using a black "Sharpie" marker? I'm not sure
if I'd use that... it seems to me that might interfere with the
henna, though I've never tried it.

For just drawing on the skin, you might want to try a skin scribe
marker or a hectographic pencil. You can get hectographic pencils at
the Hennaworks (.com) and Skin Scribes (a.k.a. "surgical markers") at
a medical supply store, or check with your local tattoo parlor to see
where they order theirs from. You might get better results with
those.

Best of luck & blessings to you!

Jenna

: I am new to henna and saw somebodies comment on this site about
using
: sharpies. I drew some designs on my hand using a sharpie, but the
ink
: does not stay intact. It rubs off on things I touch and the designs
: begin to smear. Does anybody have any tips on how to make this
method
: work? Please feel free to email me.
: Thanks a lot

 


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