Caring for henna tattoo

Caring for henna tattoo



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How To Care For Your Henna Tattoo and Make It Last. A wonderful post from Bodyartbloke


Caring for henna tattoo
 A fun and semi-permanent form of tattooing, henna is used all over the world for temporary tattoo application. With endless designs and images to choose from, it is up to you to create whatever your heart desires. As works of art, henna tattoos are ways to self express and celebrate events.


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Henna ink is made from the henna plant. Cultures from thousands of years ago discovered that the henna plant produced a dark and semi-permanent dye when mixed with acidic liquids. Before commercial dye was invented, societies used henna ink for hair dying, furniture coloring, and tattoo application.


Unfortunately, because it is temporary your henna tattoo can only last so long. There are things you can do to make it last longer, however. Follow these tips and your henna tattoo can last up to a month.


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First, leave the henna tattoo paste on for several hours before removing.


When the tattoo is applied, a thick paste will remain that must be removed to show the ink underneath. Many immediately remove this paste, but keeping it on for longer results in a darker tattoo.


Avoid bathing within 15 hours of your tattoo application.


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Give your skin time to absorb the ink. Washing will wash off the ink more easily, so give your henna tattoo time do deeply sink into your skin. Also try to avoid exfoliating the tattooed area, which more easily dilutes a henna tattoo.


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Caring for henna tattoo

After your henna tattoo ink has had plenty of time to soak into your skin, apply baby oil daily to the area.


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Caring for henna tattoo

The healthier the skin is, the longer the design will last. Lemon juice is also a protectant for the skin, so try applying a lemon slice to your tattoo.


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Caring for henna tattoo




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