The term ‘Mehndi’ originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Mehndika’ in the early 19 th century. Though over the years, the methods of preparing and applying it do have changed, but be it India, Pakistan or the Arabian Countries, the customary practice of decorating palms and feet with intricate mehndi designs and henna tattoo has been prevalent since ages. Be it the sound of wedding bells or the voice of the arrival of festive season, women everyw...

10 New Mehendi Designs To Try This Season For Your Legs

The term ‘Mehndi’ originated from the Sanskrit word ‘Mehndika’ in the early 19 th century. Though over the years, the methods of preparing and applying it do have changed, but be it India, Pakistan or the Arabian Countries, the customary practice of decorating palms and feet with intricate mehndi designs and henna tattoo has been prevalent since ages. Be it the sound of wedding bells or the voice of the arrival of festive season, women everyw...

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129 Likes, 7 Comments - Heather Hill McCann (@heatherhillmccann) on Instagram: “Got some shading done and well I'm just really in love with how my sleeve is turning out ❤️❤️…”

26 Unique Font Ideas For Your Next Tattoo

In search of ink inspiration? Here are some typography suggestions to help you design the tattoo of your dreams.

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"I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me.

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