Decorate your Body with Hena
Arab women have used the Henna plant for hair and skin treatments for centuries, enjoying both its beneficial and beautifying aspects. Even today, they use it alongside modern cosmetics. In the past, the leylat Al Henna, or Henna Night, prior to a wedding was a chance for the bride and her female guests to get together to sing and dance while the bride herself was beautified with elaborate Henna tattoos on her hands and feet. Today beauty salons can provide pretty, non-permanent tattoos for all simple or lavish occasions.