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      I've heard of a few and have tried some as well, please post u're tried and tested tips

      - Apply a tiny amount of cooking oil to u're palms before applying mehndi.

      - Sugar and lemon juice, dab some on once u're mehndi is dry

      - A small amount of clove oil

      - Vicks or any menthol vapour-rub

      Always brush-off u're mehndi and try not to wet u're hands.
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      just try to get a mehndi cone that give off nice color. trust me that is all you need. i have done so much mehndi, and if the mehndi is crappy nothing u do will make a difference on the color. but yeh try not to wash your hands after getting it done with mehndi.

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      Doing a 'long bhaap' is said to make it darker. Basically get a pan on a stove and warm it up and put long on it. put ur hands a few inches away and let the smoke come upto ur hands.
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      ^with the mehndi?

      Khair, the thicker the mehndi is applied the more there is color.
      And vice-versa.
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      I just washed the residue off with soapy water
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      i will be applying mehndi tonight :P

      are there any tips to get it off soon too??? i dont like mehndi when it turns all orangish

      and yes i have tried that tip of Gina's sugar and lemon syrup.........it works

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      The lemon juice and sugar does two things-- one, the lemon provides a further catalyst for dye release in the paste itself (to penetrate your skin), and two, the sugar helps keep the paste on the skin for a longer duration of dye penetration.

      I wouldn't really suggest putting anything on your hands before mehndi application though. You don't want any barrier between your skin and the mehndi.

      Try to let the mehndi crumble off on it's own. Keep it on for a minimum of 3 hours if possible.

      Clove oil can be dangerous for people. Many people are allergic to it and many are sensitive to it. So even though it's a good oil it isn't a great idea to use.


      Something you can do while the mehndi is on and after it has been brushed off-- introduce heat to your hands. Turn on a hair dryer and lightly heat your hands (be very very careful not to burn yourself though!).

      If you wrap and seal your henna after it's dry, moist heat is the best way to ensure your stain. You can use medical paper tape to cover the mehndi. Good luck!

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      my gujurati friends put eucalyptus oil on the hands before applying the mendhi, it brings out more color. So for the girls that are a bit more dusky they may want to do this because the color that showed up on my friends was pretty dark.

      before bed apply the lemon sugar mixture and when you're ready to take it off apply more lemon sugar mixture and put some cloves on teh tawa. Once the cloves start smoking put your hands over the tawa and let the smoke dry the mixture. DO NOT BURN YOUR HANDS. After that scrape it off and you'll have a dark color.

      But as someone once said sometimes you just get a crappy cone with bad color, you can't do much about that. They say if you make your own henna paste and you add eucalyptus oil to the mixture it will provide a deeper color.
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      remember girls the darker it gets the better ur MIL lol..

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      Quote Originally Posted by yanzala View Post
      just try to get a mehndi cone that give off nice color. trust me that is all you need. i have done so much mehndi, and if the mehndi is crappy nothing u do will make a difference on the color. but yeh try not to wash your hands after getting it done with mehndi.

      but how do you know when you are buying it whether its a good cone or not???

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      tried and tested method of mine

      once uv put ur mehndi on, let it dry completely, then b4 going to bed scrape the bits off (dont force it, if some bits dont come off then leave it on) then put vix on it (just lightly covering all the mehndi- but not drenching it)! then cover ur hand with a glove and go to sleep..in the morning because of the heat the colour will be very very dark, iv always received compliments on how dark my mehndi is.. iv always used this method & regardless of the mehndi iv had the same results

      good luck

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      Okay so my mehndi ame out dark...now i want it to go away! how do i get it to fade faster? im kinda tired of the xtra attention
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sara516 View Post
      Okay so my mehndi ame out dark...now i want it to go away! how do i get it to fade faster? im kinda tired of the xtra attention
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      Quote Originally Posted by aishii View Post
      tried and tested method of mine

      once uv put ur mehndi on, let it dry completely, then b4 going to bed scrape the bits off (dont force it, if some bits dont come off then leave it on) then put vix on it (just lightly covering all the mehndi- but not drenching it)! then cover ur hand with a glove and go to sleep..in the morning because of the heat the colour will be very very dark, iv always received compliments on how dark my mehndi is.. iv always used this method & regardless of the mehndi iv had the same results

      good luck

      ..is it gonna work for your nails as well?
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      sorry i never put it on my nails! so dont know, theres this special mehndi cone that you can get for nails, its meant to be really good

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      yes and u can put sugar syrup on it to aur b ghayra ranng ho jay gha .tip

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      @sara, take a loofah and scrub it when you shower with warm water. the dark brown will come right off. only a light orange stain will remain.

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      ^ what's loofah...??

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