Pain't It Cool Body Art
Temporary Henna Tattoo Information:
Our Henna contains only natural ingredients: red henna (Lawsonia inermis), lemon juice, sucrose, and essential oils of Cajeput, Wild Orange, and Lemongrass, and or Lavender.
Our Henna DOES NOT contain chemical dyes, PPD, preservatives or nut derivatives.
You should avoid henna if you have G6PD deficiency or have been advised to avoid Fava beans, are extremely anemic, or have citrus allergies. Consult a physician if you have any concerns or are pregnant and would like to use henna.
*Pain't It Cool Body Art Henna Tattoo Hourly rate is $80 per hour and includes the following for you to choose from (based on the needs for your event):
1.) Basic Henna (simple designs 12-15 per/hour)
2.) Deluxe Henna (More detailed designs 8-10 per/hour)
3.) Super Deluxe Henna (full face 4-6 per/hour)
4.) You can add on Face Paint and/or Glitter Tattoos for $20 more per hour for each additional service (i.e.: $100 per hour for henna and face paint, $120 per hour for henna, face paint, and glitter tattoos)
*2 Hour Minimum Required to Book Event
* 50% Non Refundable Booking Fee and Service Agreement Required to book event
* Contact us today to book your event!
HENNA AFTER CARE INSTRUCTIONS
1. LEAVE PASTE ON AS LONG AS POSSIBLE
It is recommended to leave the paste on at least 5-6 hours or more. Leave paste on overnight for best results. The longer the paste stays on the skin, the darker the stain will be.
2. HEAT AND MOISTURE HELP
The warmer the body temperature, the faster the henna will stain. If you are cold, try drinking something hot before you start. Gently steaming the area while the paste is on also helps.
3. REMOVE THE PASTE
DO NOT USE WATER!! You can use lemon juice or olive oil to remove the paste. You can also gently scrape the paste off or let it fall off naturally. Try not to get the area wet for at least 6-12 hours after paste removal although waiting a full 24 hours is best. The longer you prevent the area from getting wet with water, the better. Design will be bright orange at first and then gradually darken to brown. Henna stains take 48 hours to develop.
Apply some kind of natural oil or butter after the paste is removed to protect henna design and prevent exfoliation. A lot of store bought moisturizers contain chemicals that can prematurely lighten the stain, so it's best to use something natural.
6. AVOID FRICTION.
Exfoliation of the skin is what causes henna to fade. Excess washing and friction from clothing will make the stain fade faster. The less you touch the area, the better. Wear gloves when washing dishes if the design is on your hand.
**Please remember, henna body art is not an exact science. Everyone stains differently due to countless variables. If you follow the above guidelines, your henna stain should last 1-3 weeks depending on body location and aftercare.