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Types Of Mehndi

Types Of Mehndi

There are many different styles of mehndi, depending on the cultural background they come from. The most famous ones are Arbi, Pakistani, African, and Indian. These designs are particularly easy to distinguish from others. Here's why:


Arabic Mehndi

This style tends to be less detailed and intricate. Don't get me wrong, its still very beautiful. Instead of having fill-ins it is just colored in boldly. Arbi designs don't necessarly cover your hands or feet all the way. They tend to be "kula kula" which means open or flowing. Many popular Arbi designs are vines and leaves with beautiful flowers. This makes it an excellent and perfect candidate, if you want to have a bail going down your arm or leg.

Pakistani Mehndi

This one is one of my all time favorites. It is the most detailed and intricate, as well as, the most time consuming and exhausting design to produce for the artist. Pakistani mehndi is known for it's detailed and fine fill-ins. If you really want to question an artist's abilities, ask them to produce an incredibly beautiful Pakistani design. Of course it is really expensive, but it's worth every penny. These designs are famous for being modeled by dhulanain (Pakistani brides), as well as close female family members and friends. Completing ONE SIDE of A HAND may take 2 hours at the MINIMUM.


African Mehndi

This style is mainly bold. No fine lines or fill-in are used but it's still extremely different from Arbi mehndi. How, you ask? Well these designs consist of geometric shapes and figures, also many lines and dots. It is very simple, but very pretty.

Indian Mehndi

The most famous design for Indian mehndi is a big dot or figure in the middle of the palm, with finger tips colored completely. How did this style become so famous??


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