Bridal Mehndi Designs
Bridal mehndi designs work differently for different religions. Those of the South East mostly prefer Arabic bridal mehndi designs are also decorated with glitter and stones for the special days. These stones and glitter for mehndi match the bridal wear.
While Pakistani bridal mehndi consists a lot of motifs that have swirl’s and twirls, the Arabic mehendi designs are made in big floral motifs. The Marwari mehndi bedign for the bride include the drawings of dulha-dulhan on the palms of the feet. Some even get a baraat done on the forearms. These bridal mehndi designs sometimes even touch the shoulders, reach until the sleeves of the blouse or just end at the elbows. It depends on the preference of the brides. To help make the decision, makeup artists suggest the latest trends in mehndi designs to the brides. She then chooses what she wants for her big day. There are many mehndi artists in each city. Since this is an artist’s job, it must also be known that mehendi artists in Mumbai have different idea about bridal mehndi designs than the mehndi artists in Mumbai or Bangalore. Also the speed and application techniques will vary from person to person.
But, the most important thing a bride needs to check with the mehndi artists is about how to get dark mehndi color on hands and feet. While some promise that their mehndi will give good results, some may ask to apply eucalyptus oils, etc. on the hands and feet after scraping off the mehndi once it is dried.
Everything about the bride is important. Hence, apart from picking the best bridal wear, bridal hairstyle, bridal jewellery, and so on, selecting the perfect bridal mehndi must not be ignored. Stay tuned on fashionLady.in for more.
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