TYPO_ that should be one for every 15 people, not 25

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Posted by Lauren on September 26, 2002 at 14:23:15:

In reply to: Re: How Much Henna to Make or Buy? posted by Lauren on September 26, 2002 at 14:22:05:

: Hi! Glad you're posting! Welcome to the scaryexciting world of
: professional henna artist.
: I use rolled cones to apply henna, each holding 10-15 grams of
: paste. If I'm only doing armbands and smaller stuff, I'd plan on
: bringing one cone for every 25 or so people. You will have extra
: that point, which is good if the cone breaks/clogs/hole closes/gets
: stepped on as will eventually happen, if not at this gig, at
: another. Also you can sell any unused cones you have at the end of
: the gig.
: Mixing your own henna is actually pretty easy as long as yuo
: know the consistency you need from working with a good quality
: paste. As for recipe, the link below will take you to the recipe
: page on my site. I use the basics, as most of us do. Lemon juice,
: sugar or honey, and a terpene-rich essential oil.
: Supplies- yes, I sell stuff :) I also use the powders, oils, and
: applicators I sell on a regular basis on myself and clients, so I
: know they are good. Many other people on here sell good stuff,
: so look around and pick a color and price you like. Many of us who
: have more than one kind of powder offer a try-a-whole-bunch-of-
: option where you can try several different kinds of powder without
: committing to a whole lot of something you're not sure of. If you
: want to stick with paste for a bit, I also have fresh-made paste
: sale at very reasonable prices.
: Above all, keep posting! We love to hear success stories and can
: sympathize with the rest.
: Lauren


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