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Hennaed hands create illusion of fancy jewelry

  • PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA ON JULY 9, 2
    20150709-4005 FTR MEHNDI Natural body art called Mehndi (or henna) is often seen adorning the hands and feet of Indian brides. Sedona at Ward Centre, has a Mehndi artist Kiyomi Sugihara who uses an organic henna paste with lemon, sugar and essential oils to make beautiful intricate designs. Kiyomi Sugihara of Hauoli Henna, draws a henna tattoo on Brittany Depee. Kiyomi continues the design on her fingers. PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA. JULY 9, 2015.
  • PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA ON JULY 9, 2
    20150709-3926 FTR MEHNDI Natural body art called Mehndi (or henna) is often seen adorning the hands and feet of Indian brides. Sedona at Ward Centre, has a Mehndi artist Kiyomi Sugihara who uses an organic henna paste with lemon, sugar and essential oils to make beautiful intricate designs. Kiyomi Sugihara of Hauoli Henna, draws a henna tattoo on Brittany Depee. PHOTO BY DENNIS ODA. JULY 9, 2015.

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