Mehndi Soul of Every Desi Event

Mehndi Soul of Every Desi Event


“Mehndi” also sometimes called henna. People associate it with good luck and positivity especially when it comes to the sub continental part of Asia. Females of all ages laden their hands and feet with it. With time passing you can see evolution in mehndi designs. If you go some years back you will see a great difference in mehndi designs from the ones trending now. So, I suggest you keep up with it too, if you want to stun any wedding or function. In desi culture, the main thing is getting dressed in a great outfit. And in our house dresses from Libas e Jamila and mehndi application are the musts.


I myself prefer simple mehndi design because these are easy to create. But I am sure the case is not the same for every woman around me. Brides prefer their hands completely filled to cherish their beauty to the fullest. Mehndi Design simple with adorable jewellery are a way to go for every girl. If you are obsessing over the latest trends then carry-on reading. I will share with you my experience growing up as a mehndi lover. It will be my pleasure to tell you about some beautiful designs you can apply.


Growing up in a desi family I have developed a special interest in this type of body art. Our auspicious festivals are not complete without it. I remember as a kid when it came to any event; the excitement of applying mehndi was a different kind. Putting it a night before the main function and then getting excited over its bright colour after the wash. I do not know about others but my many happy memories are associated with it. In my eyes, it is the most cherished way to go into celebration feels.

Mehndi Designs beyond words

It is a semi-circular easy to create a beautiful design. I would highly recommend you, recreate these eye-catching floral patterns at home. It is one of the latest and most popular mehndi quotes. Newlyweds or brides to be must-have this easy mehndi design on their list. Anyone can rock any event with this enchanting pattern of mehndi. Do not miss wearing a nice bracelet with it to enhance the beauty of your hands more.


You can see a lot of variations in the designs and colours of mehndi. It is applied mainly at weddings and other occasions celebrated by Muslims and Hindus like eid, Diwali, etc. We cannot deny the significance mehndi hold in Pakistani and Indian weddings. Just like rituals, it cannot be forgotten. Alongside clothes, jewellery, makeup, and hairstyles it is the hot topic of search. Some ladies prefer to stay at home and try some designs on their own. While others especially go to parlours to get their mehndi done. Some designs could take more than four to five hours while others even more or less than that. Apart from the application of henna, I will also suggest you keep the paste on for a day to get some great bright colours.

Your beauty lies in your hands

The purpose of mehndi in my opinion is to highlight the hands. Just like makeup enhances the beauty of your face. Mehndi is a great way to make your hands look more adorable. Every woman likes to glam up and stand out from the crowd at any gathering. And well-groomed hands and feet reflect a very positive image of anyone’s personality. On wedding with excitement, nervousness also comes in. Besides the attractive hands, it is a great medicinal herb. Its application throws away all stress and anxiety that help in making the bride look even more pretty.


Gorgeous nail paint on nails and bright-coloured henna on hands is a great way to give traditional yet modern vibes. If you are a fan of dark colours like me, I would recommend you to keep mehndi on your hands as long as you can. Another thing you can do is apply moisturizer after the removal of paste it also helps in brightening the colour. You should also be aware of different styles found today and apply the one according to your outfit. Be in the spotlight by following all these tips!