Henna Tattoos in Denver
At the Bottom of this page we explain what Henna is for those who are unfamiliar with an F.A.Q. guide.
Henna tattoos are especially popular with teens and people in their 20's-30's They are not always suited for situations where speed is a priority due to the fact that people want designs that are more intricate than time sometimes allows. As such we usually trot out designs that will not break our time management skills. We show below what we can do in a certain time frame. Not so much an alternative to face painting but instead of, or as a supplement to kids activities for the older set.
Some fast small designs
Time management guide
Q. How long does a henna tattoo last on the skin?
Designs last from 7-10 days.
Q. Can you apply it on a pregnant woman's belly?
Yes. It is completely safe.
Q. How do you take the design off?
The stain fades gradually as your skin exfoliates. There is no quick fix!
Q. Has it ever not faded away?
No. Henna is a temporary skin dye. It always fades away.
Q. What's in the Earth Henna kit paste solution?
Benzyl alcohol — flower oil, balsams
Citric acid — fruit
Eucalyptus oil — tree
Disodium EDTA — processed salt to prevent oxidation or discoloration
Q. What color will the tattoo be?
Dark reddish brown. Variations in color depend on your body temperature and skin type.
.Q. What's the eucalyptus oil for?
Sometimes we use stencils. Some (Not all) of our premade stencils use eucalyptus oil is for transferring stencils to skin. We can forgo the use of eucalyptus oil, It just makes it easier/faster.
Q. How long does the paste take to dry?
15–30 minutes, depending on size of design.
Q. How long do I have to leave the paste on?
A minimum of six hours. The longer you leave it on, the better.
Q. How do I take the paste off?
Simply peel it off with your nails, or rub it off with your fingers or a towel.