Indian Pakistani Hina Mehendi-New Easy Mehndi Tattoo Design

Creative Indo-Pakistani Mehndi Design

Indian Versus Pakistani Henna Designs:

The Indian mehndi designs are known for their denseness and complexity. That is why they are usually difficult to be learned. Indians are expert in drawing henna designs not only on hands but also arms, feet, legs and even the back. Wherever drawn, they cover the whole space leaving only negligible empty spaces. There are intricately drawn lines, curves and patterns. Obviously, if this be the case, a beginner level henna artist will find it so difficult to practice and learn. However, if you follow the principle “practice makes the man perfect”, it won’t be something impossible for you. Turning to Pakistani mehndi art, it is relatively simple, easy and minimalist. They are usually flowery and contain various parts of rose-like flowers including petals, sepals and stamens, etc.

It’s “Simple Yet Complex”:

The present Eid henna mehndi design is derived from the combination of Pakistani and Indian arts. The former is known for simplicity while the latter exhibits complexity. When both these patterns are used in conjugation, you will definitely get something that is “simple yet complex”. In other words, it lies somewhere between simplicity and complexity. Whatever the case may be the beauty of its style is worth praising. Spanning across the whole of your palm, fingers, wrist and some way towards arm, the overall design presents a beautiful array of curves and curvatures interconnected with one another at the most appropriate angles. The viewers want to feast their eyes on it for as long as they can.

How to Draw Indo-Pakistani Eid Mehndi Design?

As you can see in the video, drawing this Indo-Pakistani Eid mehndi design will not be an easy task for a beginner level henna artist. The pattern is fairly vast and there are closely packed structures, often interconnected at multiple points. In any case, the video featured here will offer you a great deal of help. You start it by drawing a curved stamen with bold anther at some distance from the wrist. Another curved stamen joins it from the inner side, turning the whole design into something like sepal. On the curved line to the exterior, there is a ribbon like pattern all along its length. Similarly, you can view every single detail about the design along with complete step by step procedure in the video. In case, you are not an expert, you may face some difficulty in the start. But, if you remain consistent in making attempts, soon it will become so easy and convenient. To conclude, this Indo-Pakistani mehndi design is one of the most beautiful henna arts you would have ever seen or applied on your hand.

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