In India, every beautiful bride-to-be wants to stand out with the henna design on her hands and feet. Our Vaidehi in Phupakhru on ZEE5 in no exception. During the day of her marriage, we saw Hruta Durgule who plays the character looking beautiful in it. If, like her, you are inspired to get henna on your hand, then here are the types of designs that you can consider drawing during the next festivities.
Watch Vaidehi’s transformation from a bride to a beautiful mother on Phulpakhru
1. Arabic henna
This is one of the simplest types as it doesn’t cover your full hand. You have to work your way through diagonally and connect it to your index finger. As a beginner, you can kickstart with this form.
2. Bangladeshi henna
This is another minimalistic derived from Bangladesh. If you don’t want to pull too much attention towards your hands, opt for this one. You can even fill in the spaces with sparkles and glitter.
3. Pakistani henna
As you can see in the picture, Pakistani Mehendi is a combination of Pakistani and Arabic form. It follows the Arabic’s diagonal way and brings in the Pakistani influence.
4. Moroccan henna
Stepping away from the huge flowers and peacocks, this design involves geometric patterns. If you are the lover of symmetry, this is right up your alley.
5. Indian henna
Indian henna is the toughest one to make; thanks to the intricate patterns. Considering the length of it, this probably takes the longest time amongst them all, too. This is most commonly used for bridal occasions.
After reading this, relieve the memories of Vaidehi and Manas’ wedding in Phulpakhru streaming on ZEE5.
Tell us in the comments below, which amongst the above design you are going to steal?