KC BEAUTY HENNA

KC BEAUTY HENNA

Henna Tattoos in Kansas City Mo

Located inside Petra de Salon & Spa

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Prep and Care
Step #1

wash

Make sure application area is exfoliated, clean, dry & hair-free

Step #2

DRY

Allow henna paste to fully dry before activity

Step #3

wait

Keep henna on the skin as long as possible

What is henna?

 

Henna body art is a thousands year old tradition. Evidence of its use as a cosmetic has been discovered on the hair and nails of ancient Egyptian mummies.

Henna is a plant that is dried, ground up and turned into a paste. Our henna paste in made in-house and is 100% natural and 100% safe.

Henna Q&A
Q: How long will my henna tattoo last?
A: This depends on your skin type and how you take care of your henna tattoo.
Usually henna will last 1-2 weeks of strong color and then it should start to fade.
Certain things will lessen the life of the design such as chemicals in hot tubs and swimming pools, exfoliating, harsh soaps and scrubs, and lotions containing alpha hydroxy or other skin-sluffing chemicals. For the best results, try to leave the henna tattoo area alone for as long as possible, free of extended exposure to water, oils, lotions and make-up.
Q: Where does henna stain darkest?
A: Henna stains darkest on the hands, feet, ankles, and wrists. The further in towards the center of your body the design is put, the lighter it generally is. Henna stains darkest on areas with lots of skin build up.
 
 
Q: Is henna safe & will  it hurt?
A:s  Henna should be painless, its not like a tattoo and no needles are involved. You can think of henna like an extended temporary tattoo. Henna is safe! We use 100% natural henna, free of harsh chemicals and made with essential oils.  Very rarely, if someone has extreme allergies to plants they could have a reaction but this is very uncommon and in all my 10 years of applying henna I have never seen someone have a negative reaction to my henna paste.
We do not use "black henna!" Black henna is a chemical, not natural, it can hurt people!
For very dark stain we use a very expensive high grade jugua henna, this is a different plant based material that is high grade, so that being said, you can upgrade to that paste for an extra cost if you would like.

Color Menu

color menu

Kansas City is the best place to show off unique and beautiful henna! Check out this color menu and pick your favorite henna look!

* Darkest Brown

*Brown

*Red

*White

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