Posted by email@example.com on October 18, 2002 at 20:32:26:
pattern, one that you can do well, and one that is not old fashioned
or trippy in the least... Go through pictures of *modern* city-bride
henna from India... might find some nice stuff there. Also check out
Usha and Ekta Shah's website. There is a design i like very much in
their photo almbum, in a sepia picture of Hema Malini. Also, the
wedding henna they did on Kajol is something to be reckoned with...
if you can pull of something like that, go for it.
The key is modern city-style henna... a lot of the navneets are very
70's style henna patterns... chose something classy, sophisticated,
and classic, but also really well composed. Might i suggest something
like the design on Pooja Bedi here
or the Mumbai style on the left here
: I am off to a huge Indian exibhition at Birmingham nec (for those
: the UK) and there will be lots of mehndi artists there including
: Kumar - the world record holder (how sad) i wish to decorare my
: this evening with a gonzo pattern for the back of the hand. Does
: anyone have one i could use please?
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