Enjoy The Henna Painting in our desert safari camp
Henna and Henna painting has been used for hundreds of years. The leaves of the henna plant are dried and powdered to be mixed into a paste which is used to dye the skin, hair, nails and even
fabric and leather. Henna painting is the tradition in Arab countries. Henna has been used as a replacement for tattoos. Have you ever had an ink or paint stain on your hands that seemed to take weeks to fade? Henna works by much the same principle. Applied to the surface of the skin, it stains down through the outer layer, leaving marks that can last for the better part of a month. Since skin is always growing, the henna will gradually fade and then wear off completely.
When you reached at our desert safari camp, you can find a henna painter there, she will make tattoos on your hand, Aram or feet, It’s is completely natural and painless and the interesting thing is that it’s free, in our desert safari camp.