Henna is an Arabic word that refers to a plant natively found in Asia and Africa. In South Asia, henna is commonly referred to as mehndi. The henna plant offers a reddish-brown dye when applied to the skin or hair. The dye is formed by first drying the plant’s leaves and then crushing them to a powder that is then made into a paste, which is piped into plastic bag cones to create in
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