Best Places for Henna Tattoos
Want to get inked, but not permanently? If henna tattoos are part of your culture, or just for fun, it’s a way to embrace body art for a wedding, special occasion, corporate event or party with friends.
6408 Latona Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Mehndi Madess can provide henna artists for individual and group appointments, home or studio parties, corporate and community events. A locally owned and operated company, they have been around since 1998. And with their new studio just off of Greenlake, you can arrange to take a class, or bring friends in for a henna or jagua party! Henna and Jagua are both natural, temporary and completely safe. They stain dead layers of skin, last about 2-4 weeks and gradually fade away as the skin exfoliates. Henna is a beautiful brown/red color and comes from Indian, African and Arabic countries. Jagua is a stunning black/blue color and can be found in Central and South America. Both are non-toxic and safe for pregnant and nursing mothers.
With nods from Seattle Bride Magazine and the Seattle Times , you can arrange for a beautiful bridal mendhi, corporate event, a henna party or just a relaxing day having a henna artist come to your home. Go online to inquire about times, and set up an appointment.
Henna by Natasha
Natasha, a licensed Cosmetologist and hairstylist, began her personalized henna business in 2008. If you have a corporate event, wedding, cultural event or just want a night with girlfriends, Natasha’s skill and expertise will make your henna tattoo as beautiful and unique as you are. Visit her website for contact information and package details.
Goddess Henna was founded in 2006 as a small stand at a San Juan Island Farmer’s Market. Since then, it has grown and developed into a traveling business that can come to parties, events and art gallery openings. Goddess Henna can also make custom Henna Tattoos that can be sketched and designed beforehand for an extra fee. Visit the website for more details on pricing, and online art gallery.