Blue Tattoo Henna Golecha
Long-lasting blue henna-dye for a temporary tattoo. The blue henna painting lasts on the body for up to 7 days.
Ready to use blue henna-dye paste, available in a cellophane cone for easy application. The blue henna dye provides an instant burst of cool, vibrant color upon application. Golecha tattoo henna is formulated without any hazardous chemicals, is clinically tested, and is ISO-9001 certified for quality assurance. The blue color typically lasts on the skin for a span of 5-7 days. Golecha henna-dye, widely recognized for its safety, is part of the daily beauty regimen of millions in the world. If you have concerns about skin sensitivity or allergies, we recommend a patch test before full use. Simply apply a small amount to your skin and wait for a reaction. If no reaction occurs, you can safely proceed to use the dye.
Henna cone is all you need to paint on the body – without any special tools.
How to draw a blue henna tattoo?
First of all, you need to prepare a skin area - wash with soap and dry the skin.
Then you can start drawing. Cut the cone tip, take it comfortably in your hand and draw the tattoo by squeezing the henna out of the cone. Line thickness depends on the cut. Cut less for thinner lines and more for thicker ones. For easy you can take several cones with different cuts.
Blue henna paints over the skin quickly, so if you make a wrong line, wipe it off as soon as possible. After the tattoo is ready, wait about 30 minutes for the henna to dry completely. If the tattoo contains a lot of large elements, henna can dry longer. During the painting drying be carefull not to smudge the lines.
After completely drying blue henna becomes like a film and can be separated easily from the skin.
Finished tattoo is kept on the skin about 5-7 days and isn't afraid of water. Your tattoo may be washed with soap no trouble, but better no scrub anything.
If you are bored of the tattoo, wash it away by rubbing well with a loofah after 4th day wearing. The first 3-4 days to wash away the tattoo will be difficult.
Blue henna is not natural, so it does not need essential oils to enhance the color. Besides you don't need lubricate the skin before painting, as some other instructions say.