Decorating hands and feet with adorable mehandi design is being considered an art in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Middle East countries. Women feel incomplete without henna or mehndi on any occasion and function. In traditional events or occasion women used to apply the best beautiful mehndi designs to increase beautify of their hands and feet. There are different Mehndi patterns in various regions according to their tradition and fashion. It’s quite different for a mehndi artist to choose the perfect pattern to satisfy the other person who wants some different designs on her hands and feet to make them beautiful.
Adorable Arabic Mehndi Design:
Arabic mehndi design art is most famous among Indians, Pakistanis and Arabian. Usually a Mehndi artist chooses the Arabic mehandi design for brides because it creates a heavy and dark look on hands and feet. In Arabic henna big and small patterns over your hands, legs and feet leave dark and light henna color tone which looks so delightful. Many women love to fully cover their hands and feet with mehndi by choosing the heavy patterns. Some like to have a few patterns on their hands and feet usually for the formal days.
Common Indian Henna Designs:
In India every girl and women even can’t think their function and traditional occasions without applying henna. If it is wedding, dewali, pooja or specially karwa chouth , special arrangement are made to apply indian mehndi design. Indian mehndi patterns are usually appreciated for the wedding and other functions in Middle East countries. These are very thin patterns with uncommon motifs which usually creates very delicate look at your hand and feet.
Attractive Pakistani Mehndi Designs:
It’s an old tradition in Pakistan to apply mehndi over hands and feet to make them beautiful and attractive. pakistani mehndi designs are simple and easy to apply for every event. Pakistani mehndi designs are close to both Indian and Arabic patterns and like a mixture of these patterns and motifs. Girls like to apply the patterns with darker outline and light filled inner area of patterns.