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Tips To Apply Mehandi

It's advisable to use a cone made of rolled plastic, parallel to a cake beautifying tube, with a tiny hole at the end. The benefit of such an application device is that you can attain amazingly fine lines, and getting used to a cone is much easier than using Jacquard-brand bottles, which may tire your hands. Generally, one cone can be used to decorate up to ten less-elaborately designed hands; for very detailed work a cone will cover two hands.
Mehandi also comes ready-made in tubes; these containers provide an easy technique of Mehandi application, but often henna in these forms will lack a smooth consistency, and most professional artists avoid ready-made pastes because it is impossible to differentiate components added in the paste.

Procedures to make a mehandi cone

To make the plastic cone, I cut a rectangle and rigid plastic paper. Roll the cone by recognizing the tip region with a position just about one inch from the long end of the four-sided figure. Roll this into a cone and adjust the width of the tip. The entire procedure takes practice, and hence don't give up. Following this, take a piece of glue tape and, placing it at the tip of the cone, fix the tape downwards of the cone. Now, pack the paste mehandi cone. Take a spatula and pick up a mehandi to drop drop the mehandi paste into the cone. Depending upon the volume of your cone, fill up the cone until it is about half filled. Now close the cone with care and put the adhesive tape on it. Now your mehandi cone is ready for your designs.


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