Premixed vs. non-Premixed


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Posted by Daniel on September 11, 2002 at 00:53:29:

In reply to: what am I doing wrong? help! posted by nonn on September 9, 2002 at 23:38:14:

I am familiar with the book you're talking about...because I bought
it and found that their paste is really not staining at all. And no,
you're not doing anything wrong. Everyone entering the magical world
of henna has gone through this first step of deception. Then, you'll
live the great adventure of colorful, most amazing henna art.
A professional henna artist always mixes her own paste because of the
guaranteed freshness. Mixing henna is very easy also. It's just that
we live in a lazy society where we tend to prefer ready-to-use things
(McDonald's agghhhh!)
You can find fresh premixed henna paste at the link below as well as
henna kits so you can try both mixing your own and fresh premixed.
Keep in mind that even the best henna artists in the world mix their
own and freeze it for later use!
The art of henna is beautiful and incomparable. However, it requires
patience and a deep belief in everything that's not defined and
precise.
Welcome to an approximate planet!

 


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