Two Day Old Stain on Palm Still Burnt Orange.....


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Posted by Jamie on September 2, 2002 at 16:55:52:

Hi again everyone. On Saturday I applied a design to my palm. When I
took off the paste four hours later and I removed the orange
[washable] marker (that I used to sketch the design first) and
stickiness from the lemon sugar spray with rubbing alcohol. The stain
was a bright orange.

Over the past two days it has gotten slightly darker, but barely.
It's now developed from light orange to burnt orange. I can't figure
out why it hasn't gotten any darker, except the possiblity that the
alchol stopped the oxidation process some how, but I doubt it.

I don't think it has anything to do with the henna powder because it
was bright green and very fragrant (I got it from castle art and
import). BTW, I made sure not to get my hand wet for the first twelve
hours.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated,
Jamie

P.S.
If anyone has some henna pictures I could use on a henna website
(giving credit to you of course), please e-mail me.

 


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