The mehndi, or henna plant has been used since the Bronze Age as a dye, fragrance and decoration, as well as for its medicinal value. This traditional form of decoration is used primarily by women to adorn their hands and feet for weddings, festivals and other special occasions. Its popularity continues to spread worldwide with the migration of people from India and other Eastern countries. In this hands-on workshop you will learn to draw traditional Indian motifs and application techniques, and then use real henna paste to make your own designs!
Registration is required. For more info call 908-757-1111 x132.