Henna, botanically known as Lawsonia Inermis, is a flowering plant found in hot climates.
The flowers are fragrant and the leaves contain Lawsone, a reddish, brown/orange dye
which binds with the keratin in your skin, naturally and safely staining the skin.
The dye typically lasts 2-4 weeks.
It is a popular art form used in many different cultures all over the world, including the Asian, Middle Eastern and African countries.
It has grown in popularity in other countries given it’s fun and temporary element,
from the ancient Romans and Egyptians right through to modern day celebrities, donning henna tattoos.