Bridal Mehendi Henna Lips

Applying Henna as a Lip Tint Desi People Are Worried

Tik Tok user Briana Christianson took on another make-up hack by applying henna or better known as Mehndi as a lip tint. Mehndi is also a traditional yet fun pre-wedding ritual associated with South Asian and Middle Eastern culture.

The Indian tradition of a Mehndi ceremony is hosted, generally the night before the wedding, as a way of wishing the bride good health and prosperity as she enters another happy phase of her life in marriage. Mehndi, otherwise known as henna, is a paste associated with positive spirits and good luck, especially during Indian weddings.

Watch Tik Tok user Briana Christianson apply henna on her lips,

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What is henna generally used for?

Henna is also used for a variety of traditional medicinal uses like being used as a coagulant for open wounds and as an agent to soothe burns and eczema. Fresh leaves may be used as a topical antiseptic for fungal or bacterial skin infections, including ringworm infection.

Desi netizens were clearly on the fence about her use of henna on her lips, some pointed out that she may have not used natural mehendi risking herself to a skin irritations.

Dangers of using poor grade henna, that’s not all of it. There’s a horrendous trend of “Black Henna” swaying naive brides-to-be with the misconception that it’s an ancient art. The reality is that it’s such a hazardous substance that it has been banned in a number of countries, read more here

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About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.