I could have done that!I thought she was paying for a sit-down job, you know, where the henna looks like lace gloves from fingers to elbows, including palms.I once bought some henna paste, because my friends had a nightclub stall where there was space to do henna tattooing (and it was that sort of party: full of hippies with eyes like saucers!) ~ but none of us could get it to apply well enough. The stuff was too weak, and you needed a finer applicator to put on really intricate designs...I posted up Morocco today. There was a royal garden I went to behind the palace in Rabat. It cost a few dirham to get in. Did you go there? I think it might be called Chellah Gardens... whatever, it was amazing ;-0
PS 2 answer your question, yes I do have use of a computer now, without constantly going down the cybercaff. Hurrah!
The Indians do it too. So far noboy has asked if I wanted it. I have many Indian girl friends.
I understand the little girl was happy!!! And of course I understand very well your friend who didn't like it!!! I show a woman in the street last time, she had one on the hand and I remember I didn't like it!!!!My post is up! I run after the time since the house is full and I am not on vacation!!! But I am on a little cloud with my daughter at home!
After you wash it off the stain is supposed to stay for a while. We have mothers from our school kids come and do it for free on Harmony Day. I think your friend might have been ripped off.
I would like to get a henna tattoo. It's nice that they wash off with time. Some women do some very beautiful work.
very informative post!
http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/06/13/thursday-poets-rally-week-22-poetry-awards-more/Happy Sunday!Some awards on lower button of the post...Take good care.
It was nice of your friend to support local trades women. I hope they don't read this post!! Hehehe
I thought maybe it was the henna tattoos, where they DO wash it off after a little while - but the stain remains on the skin. Everywhere you go there is someone selling SOME KIND of gimmick, isn't there?
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