Covid-19 Update

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"Had the best night  with some of my oldest friends last night. Feel so blessed to have a foundation of friendships that will bond us for the rest of our lives. The way we can all sit around and talk like the clock's been turned back 10 years is the most beautiful and grounding feeling. It's so important to be with the families that raised you and the friends that were raised with yours. So much love in my heart this holiday season !!!!!" 

-Gigi Hadid

 Our Henna

Without exception, our henna paste has a deep dark and rich stain. Experience the difference of using all natural henna, made with aromatic essential oils! We use exclusive natural ingredients in our henna so it is safe to use, and you won't have to worry! We have the best trained henna artists to help create unique patterns. We offer the hottest new henna tattoos,  bridal henna designs, and mehndi in Santa Barbara. Have a blast at your Mehndi party with our specially trained artists. 

The health and safety of our clients and artists is our top priority.  As such, we have made some changes to our procedures for henna services. Henna artists will wear masks while servicing clients. Our home studio appointments will now be in the open space right outside our studio.  All of our Henna Artists are vaccinated.

We are still responding and planning future events  2022 and beyond so please do not hesitate to contact us to inquire about future weddings and events.   

Due to the current situation surrounding the COVID-19 Pandemic, all public events have been cancelled. 

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Henna has become increasingly popular in the past few decades. As we see more and more peopled doing diy henna freckles, lips, brows and just having fun doodling on themselves and friends, it has become very important that the general public become aware of the dangers of chemical henna. With so many different brands of henna it can be hard to tell which is safe and which isn't. Although it may seem harmless or you many not "see" any reaction to a certain henna, that doesn't mean it isn't harmful. 

So how do you know which henna is safe to use?

1. Is it handmade by a reputable henna artist? 

2. Does it smell divine or does it smell bad? 

3. Is it wrapped in gold or silver foil wrapping? 

Black henna warning

Many people have started using, what is known as, black henna to achieve a even darker or "black" stain. This henna is extremely dangerous! It contains chemicals such as PPD (paraphenylenediamine) which can cause painful burns and permanent scars. Many times these types of henna cones contain little to no henna at all and in many cases the henna has been replaced with such chemicals. PPD is typically used in hair dye and is not safe to use on the skin. Unfortunately the same goes for colored or commercial henna cones from India or Pakistan. 

All natural henna has a shelf life of a few days to a week max. If your artist is using henna cones bought from 

Please be sure to do your research before you hire a henna artist. Ask about what they use in their recipe, do they make it themselves or do they buy it from a reputable source? Look for good reviews.