Learn how to apply henna and make it get as dark as possible, and last as long as possible, with an artist who’s been working with henna for more than a quarter century!
This is the second part of a two part class, held every Wednesday. You can take either or both. The first one is Mixology, which talks about how to make your own paste, and starts at 6:30. The Application class starts at 7:45. You are welcome to take either or both. You will receive an email when you place the order, telling you how to join the class. All you will need for this one is a computer with Internet access and a pair of scissors or nail clippers.
The price of the class includes one cone of fresh paste to use during the class. It’s fine if more people want to watch it. They will need their own cones, which will need to be bought separately. They should be frozen on receipt and brought out to thaw half an hour before the class.
Henna paste options are:
Peacock’s Nest Blend– Floral without being girly, this is the mix we use at events. Cajeput and Lavender
Bilqis– The legendary Queen of Sheba delights with earthy sensuality. Lavender, Sweet Orange, Frankincense, Ylang Ylang
Flow State– That moment where your focus is so deeply on your art that everything else drifts away. Cardamom, Vetiver, Bergamot, Rose Geranium, Palmarosa, Sweet Orange.
Gentle– Ideal for pregnancy, or anyone who may have extra sensitive skin or unusual medication reactions. It’s mixed with high-altitude, low camphor Lavender essential oil, water, and sugar.
Gilded Age– Opulence and splendor from the best of everything. Cajeput, Cardamom, Frankincense, Coriander, Marjoram, Sweet Orange
Oasis Bloom– Life in a flower garden. Excellent for brides! Lavender, Sweet Orange, Rose Geranium
Ottoman– My best guess recipe as to what might have been used in the 1500s. Lavender, Frankincense, and rose water.
Prince– Hear that guitar solo? Sexy, funky, and masculine. Cypress, Lavender, Frankincense, Lemongrass, Rosemary, Vetiver, Sweet Orange
Tag!– Lighthearted and full of joy. Tea Tree, Lemongrass, Frankincense, Cypress
Yemen– Deep and fragrant, from the land where coffee and incense were born. Cardamom, Frankincense, and orange blossom water.
If you will be getting yours mailed, we STRONGLY recommend getting it shipped overnight. Henna only lasts a few days out of the freezer, and you don’t want it to spend its best hours in transit!