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Posted by Jessica on June 2, 2002 at 22:53:06:

In reply to: Does anyone do bindis at festivals? posted by Erika on June 2, 2002 at 18:07:25:

I made a little hanging display and put my binbid's up for people to
see. I sell them 2 for 50 cents, 2 for 1$ and 1 for $ Some weekends
we don't sell any and no one even notices them, other times I've sold
$15-20 worth! Just depends on the crowd. I do like to have them around
for the little girls and the girls who aren't allowed henna for school
or other parental reasons. Also, when we hava a 'big spender' we can
give them some bindi's and that makes them feel appreciated and
special. I sell a lot of bindi's for use tomorrow - when they scrape
off the paste and are out and about to show off their new henna -
certain crowds are really into jazzing things up.
It doesn't take much room to keep a few packs with you, give it a
shot. I've never had requests or interest in harquus or the kumkum
face painting that elaborates on the binid's though. People are a
little to conservative out here for that I guess.
Jessica
: I did some bindis for some friends this weekend and they loved
: them. I just put a little bindi jewel between the eyebrows and
: painted kum kum dots just above and around the eyebrows like a
: bridal bindi. I was thinking of offering this at my next street
: party, hopefully to be able to offer something to kids that I don't
: want to henna. Plus I know the teeny boppers would love it. How
: much is a good price to charge for something l

 


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