UK Based Pakistani Henna Artist Creates Home Décor Items Using Mehndi Designs

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Almost 5 years ago I started doing henna as a hobby. From bridal henna to decorating candles and canvases, It has been quite a journey. As a client faced business I met people from all cultures and backgrounds and have made friends with some amazing people.

I have been fortunate to have my family’s support as long as I graduated and got a real job. Thus I have graduated from university and almost done my CA exams. When the stress gets too much I pick up a cone and start designing.

Henna designed candles have become a huge home décor trend, and it’s a great way to give your home a bit of culture. They make a unique gift for loved ones on all occasions from birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, New Year etc. The decorative plates are used in Asian weddings as table décor, they are not an off the shelf product, you will find nothing as unique in the shops as hand designed items.

All candles and other decorative items are made on order as per customer specification using the best material. My designed items have gone out to countries such America, Sweden, Dubai, Australia and of course India and Pakistan.

As well as home décor items, white henna has become hugely popular in the last few years. It’s a perfect way to decorate your skin without the stain lasting for 2 weeks. Gems and Dynamites are also added to beautify the pattern even more

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