Henna treesHenna

by admin on March 6, 2014 with Comments Off on Henna trees comments

    One of these most beautiful things about henna is that it is 100% natural. The leaves of the henna plant are dried then ground into a powder. It is then mixed with lemon juice, high grade lavender oil and sugar to create a silky smooth henna paste. I think this design of henna …

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Peacock bridal henna designArt, Henna

by admin on March 4, 2014 with Comments Off on Peacock bridal henna design comments

One of the great things about being a henna artist is being part of people’s lives and celebrations. This particular bride wanted me to hide a little something in the design. This bridal henna design combines a few traditional elements as well as something just for her. Can you find the dinosaur? Alliebee henna caters …

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Ganesha-Lord of new beginnings, remover of obstacles

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Ganesha-Lord of new beginnings, remover of obstaclesArt, Henna

by admin on July 25, 2013 with Comments Off on Ganesha-Lord of new beginnings, remover of obstacles comments

Someone I knew was in need of some good fortune for new beginnings in her life and wanted to get a henna. We decided on Ganesha since he is the Lord of new beginnings and remover of obstacles. I’m super happy with the way it turned out. I love doing new things with my henna …

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Update on life! and hot guys…

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Update on life! and hot guys…Art, Henna

by admin on July 24, 2013 with Comments Off on Update on life! and hot guys… comments

I’ve had the chance to work on some awesome new projects in the last few months including spitting fire and working with new photographers. I’ll posting updates over the next few days to show you what I was up to! We’ll start with two gorgeous circus performers. We did this shoot in a freezing cold …

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Black light photoshoot

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Black light photoshootArt, Henna

by admin on March 7, 2013 with Comments Off on Black light photoshoot comments

The black light photoshoot that I did a few weeks ago turned out really amazing. The shots with each girl were very different in style but both awesome all the same! The blacklight body paint I was working with was Fazmataz and dilutes with water. In normal light it looks a bit strange but once you turn …

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Blacklight photoshoot sneak peek

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Blacklight photoshoot sneak peekArt, Henna, Life

by admin on February 4, 2013 with Comments Off on Blacklight photoshoot sneak peek comments

Last week I did an awesome blacklight photoshoot with two great models. One looks a bit like a psychedelic robot from space while the other a more Aztec goddess. So happy with my shots and can’t wait to post them! Here’s a little sneak peek.

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Koi fish henna design

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Koi fish henna designHenna

by admin on January 20, 2013 with Comments Off on Koi fish henna design comments

Recently I’ve been getting into doing designs that are a little outside the traditional. I’m planning on doing a Japanese style photo shoot with the model done up with the traditional tattoo style. Drawing these ideas on paper inspired me to do a koi fish henna design on my palm! What do you guys think? It’s …

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Polynesian henna designs

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Polynesian henna designsArt, Henna

by admin on December 23, 2012 with Comments Off on Polynesian henna designs comments

Recently I’ve been trying to collaborate with more photographers, models and performers on henna projects. It’s fun to add a more modern flair to such a traditional and old art form. My most recent adventure was to do Polynesian style designs on two circus performers and do a photoshoot with a new photographer. One of …

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Blacklight body paint party

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Blacklight body paint partyArt, Henna

by admin on December 1, 2012 with Comments Off on Blacklight body paint party comments

Last weekend I attended a blacklight party to do body painting on people parading around in their underpants. Sounds fun doesn’t it? I bought a palette of 6 colours plus an extra-large colour on the side and painted about 20 people in 5 hours. I had loads of fun and really enjoyed transforming everyone into …

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