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Henna 

Classes and Resources

We are often asked where we get our ingredients, how we mix our paste, where we learn to do henna, how we henna our hair, etc.  We're not afraid to share our secrets!   If you can't find what you're looking for on this list, feel free to email us with questions, and we'll point you in the right direction.  Are we missing something on this page?  Email us to let us know what else you would like to see.

HENNA CLASSES

Come to our home studio and learn all about henna - from how to mix your own paste to going professional. Check out our list of classes here!

 

HENNA SUPPLIERS

 

Crimson Artists mainly purchase their henna powder from two of these suppliers, but we know of and trust all of these sources: 

 

Henna Guru (aka Henna Lounge) offers henna for body art as well as  BAQ hair care, and lots of other lovely supplies including essential oils, mylar, applicators, and even Moroccan stencils! 

http://hennaguru.com

 

 

Henna Caravan, also the hostesses of Henna Con, have an amazing selection of glitters, essential oils, fresh henna paste and powder, natural hair care,  and fabulous design books available as ebooks or festival ready laminated sheets. 

http://www.hennacaravan.com

http://www.hennacon.com 

 

 

Henna Muse offers several varieties of henna, kits, essential oils, applicators, and natural personal hair and body care products including herbs, oils, shampoo bars and more. Make sure to check out the swarovski crystal bindis too! 

http://hennamuse.com

 

 

Heartfire Henna is a Northeastern purveyor of Organic Rajasthani Henna, henna kits of all sizes, essential oils, and other supplies.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/HeartfireHenna?ref=hdr_shop_menu

 

 

Henna Oasis supplies quality product and is based in Australia. You'll find powder, premixed paste, essential oils, all the tools you'll need as well as natural hair color products.

http://HennaOasis.com.au

 

 

Dragonfly Henna is a henna supplier in Canada! Jamila henna powder, fresh paste, essential oils, starter kits, and some very handy tools like water color pencils, applicators and micropore tape. 

http://www.dragon-fly-designs.ca/shop-lobby.html

 

 

Manali Henna is a New Zealand henna supplier and co-ordinator of the Henna Hui held in mid-January.  You'll find henna powders for body art, a range of hair colouring supplies, fresh henna paste, kits, essential oils, applicators, and glitter body art supplies. 

http://www.manalihenna.co.nz

 

 

Hennacat is a UK based supplier of carefully sourced henna powders, other herbals and design books as well as fresh paste, essential oil and applicators. As well as body art, Hennacat supplies henna for hair.

http://shop.hennacat.com/ocart/

 

 

OTHER NECESSITIES

 

Cone material - We prefer using cellophane from CelloDepot.com.  We typically use the 9 x 9 size, metalicized on two sides (silver only, no color), but clear would also work.  

https://www.cellodepot.com/sheets.html

 

Essential oils - If you can't find what you're looking for with the suppliers above, or would like to shop around, we recommend Eden Botanicals for excellent quality oils at very reasonable prices.

http://www.edenbotanicals.com/

 

 

LEARNING ABOUT HENNA - ONLINE RESOURCES

 

The Henna Hub, on Facebook, is a fabulous place to meet and rub elbows with other artists, beginner and expert alike.  Gain inspiration, submit photos for fun or kind critique, ask questions, and share stories of your henna journey.  Be sure to stroll through the extensive "Files" section, compiled by expert artists from all over the world, where you can learn more about henna than you ever really wanted to know.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/hennahub/

 

 

CRIMSON ART HENNA DEMONSTRATION VIDEOS

 

Want to see us in action?  Includes various style demonstrations, and a video on rolling cones.