Henna isn’t just about the design. It’s also about the how tidy and elegant the work is. I’ve been getting my henna’s since I was 7 so I know when a person is meticulous and serious about the craft. I remember it still being free back in 1998 and then eventually as time passed, they started charging 5dhs per hand…then 10…20…and now it can cost up to 50dhs! I don’t mind paying as long as I know I’m going to get my money’s worth. However, it’s hard to find artists nowadays that focuses more on the craft than on the money. I’ve had my fair share of disappointments with henna and so, I’ve stopped trusting artists no matter how much they charge.
Until I came across Komal from Henna Shagun Creations. Check out her Instagram page!