Re: General Newbie Questions


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Posted by Jameela on July 11, 2002 at 19:22:28:

In reply to: General Newbie Questions posted by Raven on July 11, 2002 at 05:07:20:

How about trying a bottle, i found that more comfortable when i first
started. The bottles all you have to do is squeeze and the lines on
my bottles come out decently small and is perfect for beginners. Come
and take a look.

Jameela

: Hi all. Im new to henna. Really new. I just had a couple of
really
: general questions to ask.
:
: 1. I purchased some premixed henna in a tube (no special colors
just
: regular henna), and I wanted to know the easiest way to apply the
: stuff. A cake decorating tube would be excessively difficult for
me
: so I dont want to do it that way. Im thinking a seringe may be the
: same... but Im not positive because its smaller and you can be more
: perscise. I wanted to do it freehand (with a paintbrush) because
Im
: an artist and that would likely be the most comfortable, but Im
: concerned with how smoothly it will go on. Is it really thick? Is
: it hard to paint on?
:
: 2. How long does it last (generally speaking)?
:
: 3. Is there anything I should absolutely do or not do while
applying
: the henna or even aftercare?

 


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