Eid al Fitr 2015 special-Leezee's nature friendly henna cones 15% off

By Farah Syed
on June 22, 2015

Hello everybody,

Eid al Fitr 2015 is around the corner so why not stock up your silky smooth organic henna paste before hand.Our henna cones are made with 100% natural henna powder and essential oils.No chemical added.Dark long lasting stain is guaranteed if you follow our aftercare instructions carefully.

Leezee's nature friendly henna cones are now 15% from from June 22nd,2015 to July 12th,2015.Just enter discount code Eid2015 at the checkout.You can click on the following link to order your henna cones today!

http://www.leezees.com/products/henna-cone-mehndi-henna-kit-henna-ink

 

Buy Henna/Mehndi cones for Eid and weddings

By Farah Syed
on July 26, 2013

Nature Friendly Leezee’s Henna/Mehndi Cones and Glitter Gel

Leezee’s henna/mehndi cones are made with fresh crop of Rajasthani henna powder mixed with 5 essential oils. This is a 100% natural henna paste without any chemical additive. Suitable for all skin types including kids. Dark henna stain and silky smooth flow of henna/mehndi paste is Leezee’s speciality. Each henna/mehndi cone is rolled with biodegradable cellophane to minimise the litter on our planet/earth.

  

Please click on the following link to order it now

http://www.leezees.com/products/henna-cone-mehndi-henna-kit-henna-ink

 

Leezee’s glitter gels are made with fine cosmetic grade glitter mixed with cosmetic gel. Suitable for all skin types including kids. It’s a fun way to add bling to your henna stain or use it as a glitter tattoo. Available in 24 stunning shades. . Each glitter gel cone is rolled with biodegradable cellophane to minimise the litter on our planet/earth.

      

Please click on the following link to order it now

http://www.leezees.com/products/lavish-collection-of-glitter-gel

 

 

Leezee’s Henna/Mehndi stain after 48 hours

 

 

  Leezee’s Glitter Gel for body art                  

 

The beauty and characteristics of Arabic Henna Style and Indian Intricate Henna style

By Farah Syed
on May 21, 2013
3 comments

Hi there,

I am writing this article to answer those questions that my clients always ask me ”What is the difference between Arabic Henna design and Indian Intricate Henna design?” Below you will find a comprehensive explanation of both styles. You will also find description of a third henna style which is called “Indo-Arabic Henna style”. It is a stunning blend of both styles.

There are few more popular henna styles namely Moroccan Henna, Pakistani Henna, Afghani henna, Khaliji henna and Moghlai Henna. I will discuss them in another article

Arabic Henna Style

Arabic Henna Style contains bold lines, leaves and floral patterns. The design is more defined with spaces in between the design. Below are some illustrations of this henna style drew by Farah Syed of Leezee’s Henna Art

                    

 

Indian Intricate Henna Style

On the other hand Indian Intricate Henna style is composed of repetitive lines and patterns without any gap in the design. The main design elements are peacocks and paisleys. Sometime it is combined with visuals of musical instruments and wedding scenes. Below are some pictures of Indian henna style drew by Farah Syed of Leezee’s Henna Art

                        

Indo-Arabic Henna Style

Indo –Arabic henna style is getting popularity in North American and European brides. It is a beautiful combination of bold lines, leaves, flowers and intricate henna patterns. More than 50% of my brides choose this style to enhance their bridal beauty. Below are some examples of this style don by Farah Syed of Leezee’s Henna Art  

                     

 

Leezee's Henna Art's Fresh Rajasthani Body Art Henna Powder

By Farah Syed
on February 13, 2013
1 comment

      

Leezee’s fresh and pure henna powder imported from Rajasthan is the secrete ingredient of our dark stained henna paste .This powder is specially sifted to make a silky smooth henna paste without any clogging. It gives dark cherry to dark brown color to your skin. No chemical added.

Try our pure essential oils to mix your next batch of henna paste. We carry Tea tree oil, Eucalyptus oil, Clove oil and Lavender oil.