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Posted by Anne Beltestad on July 9, 2002 at 18:24:12:

In reply to: Multi-Mats ........ old dogs learning new tricks! posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on July 8, 2002 at 20:33:59:

So you leave them lying there while they dry? What do you do for
booth space (or is it just them wide open spaces in the Midwest ;) )?
I have not tried kneeling over the "prettygurls" to do their
backs/bellies. In NYC it's mostly not an option, what with space and
dirty ground, and in Seattle we didn't think of it, because we were
always crowded and wanted them to be able to move. (out of the booth,
that is!)
So what about festivals where your space is very jealously parcelled
I usually tackle torso hennas (which you all know I am none too keen
on) with the person standing in front of me. This way they can move
about more freely sooner, and it helps me on the fight to not get a
hunch! Henna is SOOOO bad for the posture; Kree has photos where I
look *just* like my osteoporotic grandmother. Now that I think about
it, maybe it's the henna that keeps me from getting a date...


: Target has "Multi Mats" in their camping section, which are made of
: the same material as "dog mats" that I use when hennaeing people!
: Looks like a great product! I love to have people lie down to get
: hennaed, as they relax and I can do all sorts of work on all sorts
: body parts. Having people lying about drying their henna is great
: advertising, too! If I needed to buy more "dog mats" as are
: in the pic above, I'd go get half a dozen "Multi Mats"! Good price,
: too, $9.99 for a person-size mat, and all folded up in a handy carry
: thingie.


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