Presented by Anita Sarda
The art of henna has been practiced for over 5000 years in India, Pakistan, the Middle East and Africa. Henna is used for many reasons including self-expression; celebration of special occasions, like weddings and holidays; treatments; inspiration; well-being; and as an alternative to a tattoo.
As a form of self-expression, henna is a wonderful tool as it is temporary and you can constantly change it, like when you feel like wanting something different or whatever fits your personality that day. For this reason, it has always been and continues to be popular with women since it allows for this diversity of expression.