Best Arabic Henna Mehendi Design For Eid Teej Karwa Chauth Indian

So Simple and Sophisticated Henna Mehndi Art

Best Arabic Henna Art for Eid:

Arabic mehndi designs are highly liked and appreciated not only in the Arab world but also in South Asian and other countries. They can be easily distinguished from the Indian, Pakistani and Egyptian ones on the basis of advanced level of sophistication. Though they are a bit complex, the expert henna artists shall face no difficulty in creating them as an exact replica of the original. A distinctive feature of such designs is that they are created with extremely fine lines. However, in some designs, they may get bolder and thicker.

It’s So Simple and Sophisticated:

The Arabic henna art, explained in this article, is one of the simplest and most sophisticated ones. There is a single vertical structure lying along the line joining the wrist and index finger. In the middle, just to the dorsal side of the palm, you will see a round flowery structure with small petals interconnected with each other. A wedge like structure originates from both the ends that goes on becoming narrower gradually. One of these reaches the tip of index finger while the other ends at the level of wrist. Here it is worth noticing that each part of the overall pattern has to be drawn with an extremely fine line. Inside all the rounded loops, there are even finer hanging lines.

How to Make It?

Obviously, to make this attractive henna design, you can take the help of this video. It explains each and every thing in a great detail through a step by step procedure. You begin with the middle rounded part that is shaped like a flower. First make a circle and fill it with parallel line. Draw another set of lines at right angle to make square boxes. Draw two circles with some gap around the existing circle. Fill the gap in between with horizontal lines. Then there will be another circle which is to be surrounded by petals. The petals resemble those of rose. Then make a continuous line around the flower with curves that correspond with the curves of the petals. Now go to the place on the flower that is near the base of index finger. Begin a pattern at this point that will extend till the tip of the index finger. A comparatively similar pattern will be drawn at a point on the flower which faces the wrist. That’s the end. Repeat the same practice for at least twice or thrice and you will be able to draw it on your own without having a single look on the video.

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