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Latest Hand & Feet Mehndi Designs
It is really very unique ideas to make something by your own hands to make something very stylish and really unique thing for your house and for the functions too.
They are very easy but some designs are very complex to draw them on hand or feet too, but if you like to drown or you think that you can try then here are some really nice and easy designs for you and your kids.
If you are looking for Mehndi designs of the current year, which are most viewed by the users you are at the right place.
Most of the mehndi designs for hands are also seen with the concepts of block designing as well but still such style of mehndi has not been much common in the women.
Every girl wants to look gorgeous, attractive and unique and for this reason, she prepare herself in such a way that makes her happy and comfortable during the especial event.
Below I am going to show you simple Mehndi designs please try it yourself or take the suggestion of mehndi expert who can apply on your hand or feet.
A rapidly growing trend in the tattoo community seems to be white ink tattoos. Until recently white ink was primarily used to highlight colorful tattoos, but rarely as the primary color of the tattoo. Now, using white ink as the primary or even only color in a tattoo is becoming very popular. Part of the appeal is that white ink tattoos are much more subtle than their dark/colorful counterparts. White ink can be placed on more exposed areas with little risk of backlash in the workplace. And if they are seen by the boss, they are much easier to cover than bold, black tattoos.
White ink tattoos do have a downside, however. First, it is hard to use a stencil for a white ink tattoo as the risk of mixing stencil ink with the white tattoo ink is great. When these inks mix, the color becomes a pale blue, pale purple, or even a grayish color. While these colors are still much more subtle than a black or colorful tattoo, the desired look is lost when stencil ink mixes with white tattoo ink.
Another issue with white ink tattoos is that they are much more prone to degrade due to sun exposure. They can fade completely as the sun’s ultraviolet rays breakdown the ink particles. In other instances, the white ink can become yellowed or even turn a brownish or even a gray color. There again, the desired result of an all white tattoo is lost.
As with any tattoo, but more so when looking to get an all white or predominately white ink tattoo, make sure you understand the process and the risks. Find an artist who is confident in working with all white ink, but above all find an artist who has experience with white ink tattoos.