Teenagers have a lot of trends when it comes to self identity and fashion. They always tend to compete on who is cooler or who is in the IN crowd or OUT. The summer is near and these teens are going to hit the beach and be in their best beach body. Of course some would want to show off and add skin art to be ?IT?. If you are one of the many teens who are looking for simple henna designs, keep on reading because we have compiled cool simple henna designs for you to choose from.
Why henna has become widely accepted?
Henna or dye skin art is chosen by people of all ages because first and foremost, it is only temporary. Second, the application of henna tattoo is painless unlike permanent tattoos; the use of a needle for the insertion of ink in the skin can be very painful especially if you have a low pain tolerance.
There are actually several types of tattoo designs. You can choose from a wide array of tribal designs, Arabic henna, Indian designs and even have a personally made henna to become unique.
Keeping a design simple can really make it look good on your skin. It will look artistically neat and pretty on you. The most common tattoo design used by many is a star. Here are star tattoo designs:
The next hottest tattoo design and is popular in girls is the butterfly. Butterfly tattoo design ? popularized by Mariah Carey, is loved by a lot of young ladies. These are example of butterfly henna tattoos:
If you are a fan of a cartoon character, I bet these henna designs below will give you an idea on what to place on your skin:
Simple colored henna designs are hot nowadays and will definitely look good for summer! To add beauty to that skin, here are sample designs of colored henna tattoos:
So, maybe now, you have come up a design of henna tattoo you want to put on your skin. Before you go to a henna tattoo parlor and have it made, make sure to have do a skin test to know if you are allergic to dye or not. You may test your skin by applying a tiny dot of henna on your skin and wait for about 30 minutes to see if there will be skin reactions such as rashes, redness or swelling. If there is, do not get a henna tattoo to avoid getting allergic reactions.