Henna Tattoo Designs for your
Henna is traditionally applied to the hands and feet.
That's where you get the darkest color. It's no wonder the
hands are such a popular place for people to have their henna done!
As always, pictures that show black henna are actually pictures with the
henna paste still drying on the skin.
Once the paste is
scrapped off (never use water to remove your henna paste) the
stain is typically orange at first.
The henna will continue to cure over the next 12-72 hours
(depending on your body chemistry, the henna mix ingredients,
and your henna care) to develop into a brownish-red stain.