Leezee's Nature friendly henna cones are on sale!

By Farah Syed
on January 21, 2017

Leezee's Nature friendly henna cones are on sale!

Hi there,

Please enter promotional code Jan2017 from Jan 21st to Jan 31st to get 15% off

Silky smooth flow and dark henna stain is guaranteed:) 

Following is the image of 36 hours mature stain of Leezee's Nature friendly henna cones.

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

 

Applying Henna for Beginners

By Farah Syed
on August 05, 2014

Hello All!

Recently, I've been getting a lot of question on how to apply henna in a professional, clean and fast way. The trick is practice, practice and practice. When I finished my MBA I got married and wanted to start a family, as a result I put my career in information management on hold. Bored at home and with the financial stresses of being newly weds and a recent grad I decided to start my henna business.

IMO to be successful at anything, you must LOVE doing it. I love the the art of henna, it has been a passion of mine since I was a child. It's not primarily for the money (although it helps :)). That being said, how can you go from a good artist to a great one? Here are some tips;

-Practice! One technique I used was to apply henna on a ceramic plate. You can use paper but reusing ceramic plates is more environmentally friendly. I have also used mirrors and glass.

-Educate yourself! Understand the different styles of henna, this is essential when I am dealing with the vast array of cultures. Arabic, indo-pak, modern, Moroccan etc. There are a ton resources out there, just Google it. 

-Watch other artists apply henna. The grip of the cone, the pressure applied, the position of your subject, their posture etc. I am in the process of creating a Youtube series that will show the various techniques. There are some great video, simply search Youtube.

-Ask me! I am more than happy to help :)

 

Have a wonderful day!

Farah Syed

leezees.com