Good point, Nick


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Posted by Anne Beltestad on July 29, 2002 at 17:28:57:

In reply to: Re: Henna application questions posted by Nick on July 29, 2002 at 17:04:21:

I am fortunate enough to have some sort of hereditary
ambidextrousness, but Nick is right-on about training yourself.
I'd also add: don't do it when you're tired - I have a really sloppy
thing on my right palm right now that I have to figure out how to
cover up, just cause I wanted to do "something"!
As for the feet, I can't do my feet very well either. They tend to
fall asleep or get really really sore. I'm very flexible, but have
this nagging birth defect in the bones of my feet and somehow it
makes it impossible to henna.
That said, being able to henna with both hands helps get on the other
side of the foot!
When I try to do it, I do what Nick suggests for the feet, but I end
up with them burning and aching so I don't try very often! Many
people here seem able to get at their own feet, so just try and you
may be surprised.

good luck,

Anne

 


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