Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comMy wonderful client Purnima just sent me these beautiful photos from her wedding. For henna artists, it’s so rare to get to see the henna stain that brides actually wear on their wedding day, so this is a real treat! I am very grateful that these were shared with me!! All photos are courtesy of […]The post Weddin
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comI had such a great time doing henna for the wedding of Purnima and her groom! They are both into graphic design and marketing, and had made the cutest logo for their wedding, which they referred to as Shalom Bollywood. The logo is a Jewish Star of David, with a Hindu Om at its center. […]The post Shalom Bollywood
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comI have multiple friends with children who are on the autism spectrum, and some friends with Asperger’s also, so when someone presented me with a request to do this Autism Awareness design, I was really very happy to oblige. I enjoyed trying to figure out how to get the multi-colored puzzle piece logo to translate
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comThis photo is from a very fun private henna appointment in Worcester, MA! The client showed me some inspiration photos, mostly featuring mandalas. She also really liked the cuffs on a design from Jessica McQueen, so we took inspiration from those. The hand on the right is mostly inspired by an uncredited photo sh
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comThis henna design is inspired by @createdbyconnie , who was inspired by this permanent tattoo design found all over the web, but I first found at angryasianman.com when I went looking for the original. It features Bruce Lee (recognizable especially by his very 60s haircut…)punching, where his fist becomes GIANT a
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comRI Pride is the festival I’ve been doing the longest out of *all* my summer henna festivals, and I can’t wait for tomorrow!!! See you on South Water Street The post Happy RI Pride! appeared first on Henna By Heather.
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comI love doing henna at the Third Thursday celebrations in Willimantic! Please stop by and say hello at my booth at frog #237, across from the stage Why the frog? Because it’s an epic legend, and it’s hilarious, and it’s Willimantic! Please feel free to use this image to promote your own Third Thursday / […]The pos
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comI’ve done a back chakra henna design, with symbols going down the spine twice before – once in Sanskrit, and once with a big, bold, whimsical elemental theme. But Kelly Spyglass and I both wanted to do the same thing for this one – a feminine, elegant, powerful, delicate spin on the traditional symbols for […]The
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comLate last year, photographer Dan Watkins contacted me about his idea to do a henna photo shoot. I was ecstatic to work with such a talented photographer, and of course I said yes! Finally, we are ready to share these photos with the world! I’m still going through images, watermarking, etc… but in the meantime, […
Visit Henna by Heather: www.HennaByHeather.comThis list is provided for potential clients who would like to know exactly what is in their henna paste, and what possible alternatives are. We love our standard paste recipe for its combination of staining power, paste longevity, and – a bit more frivolously – scent, but we are happy to make changes when needed.