We. Are. Excited.
Blue Lotus Mehndi is partnering withSojourns:A Fair Trade Storeto offer by-appointment henna* and other body art services to the heart of Birmingham, Alabama! And we are kicking it off with some amazing prices.
Enjoy traditional (red) henna or our new blue jagua! We have a variety of designs to choose from, or bring your favorite design and we'll give you a quote.
- One hand (palm or top) or One Foot: Starting at $20
- Both Hands or Feet: Starting at $40
- Full Hands (palms and tops): Starting at $80
I can't tell you how many clients have told me: "I once got henna at the beach. It didn't last very long."
Even if you can get quality henna at the beach, you'd be better off getting your henna before you head out for spring break!
One, you'll probably pay a lot less. Artists who work in resort locations must pay for expensive real estate. Unless you live in a resort area, paying a local artist will likely save you a ton of cash.
Two, the color will be at its peak when you arrive at your destination.
Are you a traditional South Asian or Middle Eastern bride looking for wedding henna? Or are you a Western bride looking for something a little different for your ceremony or honeymoon?
Henna/mehndi has been associated with brides, weddings and marriage since the beginning of time. And Blue Lotus Mehndi is offering a discount for brides and wedding parties in 2012. Watch this video for a sneak peak, or clickherefor more details. You can even book an appointment or party onlinehere.
I get a call. “Hey! I want to get a henna tattoo. Just something small. A little butterfly on my shoulder.”
“Are you sure that’s all you want? I charge at least $60 for a home appointment.”
“What???” (thud as the caller faints)
Most people don’t want to spend $60 on henna. That’s understandable, especially with the economy the way it is. So, what are some options if you’d like to try henna but don’t have much cash?
Fear not! I have several options, but first, let's talk about how henna artists set their prices.