Henna is wearable art, a traditional art form practiced by many culture. In fact it is a natural art, derived from the henna plant. It has been used since antiquity to dye skin, hair, fingernails, and feet. Not only is it used for body decoration, but also an important part of holiday and life cycle celebrations across the globe.

Nilima is an experienced professional artist since the age of 12. A divine gift to her from her maternal family. Artistic talents run in her genes, her mother and aunties have also been professional artists for over 35 years.
In this workshop, you will learn the art, and will be inspired to create your own unique designs on yourself! This hands-on class will include the history, use of henna cones, how to prolong the life of your design.

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