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BRIDAL HENNA PACKAGES – HOW TO START OFF BRIDAL HENNA

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INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the bridal henna course, this is a bridal beginners guide which carries on from the foundation training course. The bridal course constitutes of three main basic bridal patterns, I have tried to keep these simple for individuals as you are new to henna designs. I have included tutorial videos on the bridal patterns, the videos breakdown the pattern and give step by step instructions. The patterns include common and repetitive motifs in bridal henna and it will really help to master and practice these to improve your designs. You will need to print the templates which includes a total of seven pages, each template has a video tutorial to help guide you. For each video there is an informative learning section giving you tips on the designs and practical bullet points which will give you guidance on the practical.

 

What you will need when doing bridal henna.

  1. Reliable good quality henna cones.
  2. Cushion – for comfort.
  3. Towel/cloth – to protect furniture, cushions and clothing.
  4. Lemon juice sealant in a spray bottle.
  5. Tissue paper/baby wipes.
  6. Scissors – to cut the henna cone if the tip is too fine.

 

TEMPLATE THREE: HOW TO START OFF BRIDAL HENNA

In this course I have used three motifs to start off the bridal henna design. I have tried to keep the patterns simple to ease student into the formation of a bridal pattern. They are simple motifs to start off a bridal design, there are many other styles and designs to begin the bridal henna design. The patterns can begin on any part of the arm depending on which package the bride selects.

TIPS

  • Try to keep the first motif (with four curved lines either side) symmetrical. This doesn’t have to always have four curved lines.
  • To help with symmetry draw a very faint line in the middle (ensure this is a faint sketch so it can be rubbed off).
  • Try practicing on paper first using a pencil to improve your drawings and then practice with henna.
  • Border the thick curved line with a thin curved line and decorate this with small curls.
  • This is the trickier motif from the three demonstrated, so it needs lots of practice.
  • The second motif also needs to be created symmetrically. Draw a faint line in the middle to help with symmetry.
  • The last motif is a simple design finished with curls, twirls and blob clusters.

PRACTICAL

  • Use the templates to practice the three motifs (for symmetry a middle line has already been created).
  • Follow the video tutorial to create the motifs one by one.
  • Use the empty spaces on the right side of the template to independently create the motifs.

You may practice the motifs first using a pencil and plain paper.

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