Forrás: Yen. Szerző: M. Quarshie.
Henna, also called Mehndi in Hindu and Urdu is the temporary body art (staining) made from the dye extracted from the Henna plant. Henna was historically meant for the rich in society but then poor who also could not afford jewellery used it to adorn their skins. The art of Henna has been reserved for brides in the Hindu and Arabic culture for decades, but gradually, Henna is becoming a worldwide form of body art. This time however, we are looking at the Henna designs made for a Hausa bride: