5 Tested tips to make your Mehndi More darker
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5 Tested tips to make your Mehndi More darker

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Mehndi is considered very auspicious in Indian society. It is being said that Mehndi is a symbol of fertility and hence is used in wedding ceremonies.

Mehndi is a medicinal herb, and is great in destressing a person. Mehndi application helps in calming the nerves and also, prevents headaches and fever.

It is also usually mixed with eucalyptus oil and lemon, which help in darkening the colour of the henna, but today we are going to tell you ideas to make your mehndi darker. So let's check this out.

Mustard oil is considered beneficial to make your mehndi darker. Take a little mustard oil in a bowl and rub it well on your hands after half an hour before scraping henna and then scrape it out by rubbing your palms together till the dried henna falls off. After scraping henna once again pour the mustard oil in your hands. within a few hours you will see the rich colour develop. You can also use Pickle oil to darken the color of henna. When henna get dried add ethanol oil on it. lemon sugar mixture also helps in rich colour develop. Boil some sugar in water and allow it to cool. Add a few drops of lemon juice and apply the lemon sugar mixture a couple of times on the henna once it has dried. You can also darken your henna color by using cloves. After applying lemon sugar solution, put some cloves on a pan and run your hands over the fumes of the cloves. Indian brides use balms like Vicks, or Tiger Balm, on henna after scrapping the crust off. it will help to darken the colour of henna.

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