Discussion in 'Makeup/Skin' started by xx.noesamor, Apr 16, 2006.
Of course real tatty\'s are the best. I got mine done at Dutchman in New West. Everyone goes there it seems like. If you don\'t want the permanent tatty\'s then get those water-transfer ones. My little niece buys them at dollar stores. These should give you the look you want to achieve
Yeah, but the thing is, I done that when I was really small for fun. I\'ve done the airbrush ones. I\'m just missing the henna tattoo ones. Since it doesn\'t hurt to try, why not do it and take it into the list anyways! :cheer:
henna tattoos are really nice....i got a couple done last year and they look really nice.......the thing is though, i got mine done at a school where they were having a \"multicultural\" day and whatnot and i happen to be working there that day so i jumped at the chance, lol.
just go online and check around
I did, but it doesn\'t seems to have any shops that do them in Vancouver. :blink:
i would check maybe places that do \"threading\" maybe they do henna as well??
..well being east indian lol ive had my fair share of henna done..but i do prefer reall tattys...but if you jus wana experiment then henna is good tho it wunt give you the same effect since it doesnt come in black (more orangy red or dark brown thingy)..they use to make black back in the day but apparently its poisonous ..so ne way mm yah there arnt many places around that do it..usually indian brides have special henna artists come to their houses..but unfortunatley i dunt have any numbers or anything..the only thing i can suggest is goin to a indian beauty salon and askin them if they do it or know anyone..most likely they will..or looking in an indo canadian directory..there are a whole bunch of salons on fraser st in vancouver near the 50th blk...or in richmond professional touch use to do it..i heard sum girl come in once and ask.. hope that helps!
practicly ANY east indian salon will offer henna!!! most are pretty decent at it, just ask to see some pictures beforehand or something. normally per hand its about $5-10, the good thing is if you dont like it all that much it\'ll come off in a week or two.
also, if ur ambitious lol u can actually buy some (superstore has some) and do it urself!! its not too bad, just google some flowery designs and use a toothpick!!
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Post edited by: mk04, at: 2006/04/18 18:23
Lol! Really? Sweet! I want to get one done on my back but it\'s my own design XD! awesome! I\'ll go check out the superstore. Thanks a bunch!
i\'ve gotten it done before...loved it.
i want to get some on the top of my foot for the summer. its just such a unique fun thing. i love it.
MK04 you know so much about this. Are you a Menhdi artist?
lol material girl im no \'artist\' but i am south asian & its very cultural so i do put it on frequently for holidays, weddings, etc etc.. i used to get it done before but now i buy and experiment myself, it gets better w/ practice and i think its sort of fun!! you should definitely try if u haven\'t yet!!
u should start charging ppl to do it for them
I got some done at Southgate mall in the states, it was awesome and it stayed for several days. I liked the fact that it washes away after several days, because when you get sick of the design, you can new ones done soon!
not like a bad hair cut~ ><
That\'s really true, canido lol! I had a bad hair cut once and it took so long to grow back >.<! During that time, my hair was like...messed up. XD
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