Creative expression through henna body art - Ja'Henna

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November 30, 2016

The journey to this point for me doing henna as been quite a therapeutic one. I have found it to be a very calming outlet for my creativity as I am transitioning through a rough period in my life. 


It all started in June when I went to a party and got a henna tattoo that I just was not proud of. I believed I could have done a better job and so I went online checked out various cones and ordered my first 2. When I got them I was not sure what exactly I would do first. I love hearts though and so I figured my first piece should be something with hearts in it. It was by no means perfect. I was after all doing it on myself. But as I progressed through that same design my hands started to shake a little less and my lines started to get less wavy. 


Fast forward to just a week later, I had made drastic improvements. As seen in the image with this article, my designs started to take root. Special thanks to my co-workers and friends who have agreed to be my canvas on this journey of self expression. Especially to Mrs. Nickeisha Kozer for allowing me to come to her event Wild N' Out Saturdays and doing free hennas for about 2 months. This truly allowed me to improve on my craft and I look forward to seeing where this journey will take me.  

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December 7, 2016

The journey to this point for me doing henna as been quite a therapeutic one. I have found it to be a very calming outlet for my creativity as I am transitioning through a rough period in my life. 


It all started in June when I went to a party and got a henna tattoo that I just was not proud of. I believed I could have done a better job and so I went online checked out various cones and ordered my first 2. When I got them I was not sure what exactly I would do first. I love hearts though and so I figured my first piece should be something with hearts in it. It was by no means perfect. I was after all doing it on myself. But as I progressed through that same design my hands started to shake a little less and my lines started to get less wavy. 


Fast forward to just a week later, I had made drastic improvements. As seen in the image with this article, my designs started to take root. Special thanks to my co-workers and friends who have agreed to be my canvas on this journey of self expression. Especially to Mrs. Nickeisha Kozer for allowing me to come to her event Wild N' Out Saturdays and doing free hennas for about 2 months. This truly allowed me to improve on my craft and I look forward to seeing where this journey will take me.  

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