Re: on feet and hands and other parts
Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on July 30, 2002 at 13:18:36:
In reply to: on feet and hands and other parts posted by Karin on July 30, 2002 at 12:30:28:: I notice that the abundance of henna tats are on the feet and hands
: and often the palms and soles - is this something that needs to be
: done on a day when you have nothing else to do (palms/soles) so that
: it has time to sit without being walked on, etc.?
If you use a "terped" henna on soles or palms, you can leave it on
just 2 hours and then scrape it off. Otherwise, do it late at night
when you've stopped doing things for the day. See the mixes at the
: henna a.... ummm..... ::cough, cough::.... male 'member'? I told him
: it probably needed to stay 'the same size' as the henna did it's
Henna doesn't stain well on very thin skin, and there are better
things to work with on that part. Actually, I'd recommend Temptu if
he really thinks ornamentation would improve the looks of the last
turkey neck in the bag. Not only will "outline black" temptu do a
better looking job, its safe, and the fixative is talcum powder, so
there's a pleasurable "powdering and rubbing it in" aspect that he may
favor. Then ... if he MUST show other people his marvelous new body
art, they can be amazed at his manly fortitude and tolerance for pain,
because temptu looks absolutely like a tattoo.
Henna is good on nipples, and crotch areas .... I did a lot of that in
the last two weeks (more info coming).
In the last 2 weeks, I did henna on many
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