Henna or Mehndi has been existing in Asian cultures for over 5000 years now. Over the centuries, its usage and application style has also changed. In ancient era, the Henna paste was used as a healer in the diseases related to the blood circulation and various other pains. In modern times, Henna is used for beautification across the world. People throughout the west have adopted the eastern tradition in their lives by having their hands and feet painted for weddings, bellies painted while in pregnancy, heads adorned with henna while going through chemotherapy, scars camouflaged to make them unnoticeable, etc. Also, the legend says, Cleopatra herself used henna for decorative purposes.
Indian festivities and weddings are incomplete without Mehndi. Indian women celebrate the bold fragrance, rich design and deep color of Mehndi on their hands and feet. One of the most loved Mehndi design is the Arabic style. These designs are both easy and simple. It includes beautiful peacock and flower motifs along with vines and leaves. For all those ladies embracing minimalism, this henna style is for you!
K4 Fashion presents you some latest and super easy Arabic Mehndi Designs for Back Hand by Janki Raval. Janki is a henna artist based in Arizona and has been practicing henna since the age of 14. These Arabic Mehndi Designs are so simple that you would like to try yourself right away. Read our recent blog for a basic tutorial on Arabic Mehndi Design.
Arabic Mehndi Designs for Back Hand
1. Beautiful Rose Mehndi Design for Back Hand
A beautiful combination of big bold roses, flower motifs and shaded leaves. This Arabic mehndi is an easy option for beginners. The dotted chain forms the wristband illusion keeping the major focus on the two flowers. This henna design gives a fresh look and can be worn on any casual event or festivals.
2. Glitter Arabic Mehndi Design
Glitter Mehndi is a perfect way to glow up your henna. The wristband flower design is the main attraction of this pattern followed by intricate finger design. A splash of purple glitter not only looks subtle but adds royalty. Keep the nails basic in ombre or soft matte. This henna style is perfect for bridesmaid this season. Have a look at some more Gliteer Mehndi designs.
3. Flower motif Arabic Mehndi for Back Hand
Elaborate flowers connected by spiral vine trails is classic beauty. The spirals covering most part of the back hand look attractive. Despite so many patterns, it is a perfect blend of neatness and precision. This flower pattern can be perfect for Teej functions and can easily be worn by newly weds at various occasions.
4. Begum’s Garden style Arabic Henna Design
The mandala like design coupled with alluring flowers looks so surreal. The mehndi design looks straight outta Mughal Begum’s garden. The paisley on the finger adds to the grandeur of this design. It is a perfect design for spring wedding brides. Nails can be done in shades of your outfit. A lil shimmer on nails won’t do any harm!
5. Minimalistic Henna Design for Back Hand
A modern mehndi design for women who embrace minimalism. This half-palm style henna is beautifully done without any extra shenanigans. A very simple yet elegant pattern. Nails in dark matte would add the sass to your mehndi. Boss Babes, save it right away!
6. Floral Arabic Mehndi Design for Back Hand
This is yet another delightful combination of flowers and spiral motifs. A very appealing design good for baby shower ceremony or sangeet ceremony. Pair it up with bright nail shades for a lovely look.
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7. Super Easy Arabic Henna Design
Arabic henna is commonly identified by spiral and semi circular motifs and flower patterns. This design neatly incorporates spiral and circular motifs in a flower pattern supported by leaves. This is an easy pattern for beginners who have just started exploring nuances of Henna application.
8. Beautiful Simple Arabic Mehndi for Back Hand
Big bold flowers are the main attractions in Arabic Mehndi. The two flowers are strategically aligned together with shaded leaves on each side. The delicate shading with the dotted string further adds to the beauty of the henna design. Go for minimum accessories so that it doesn’t outshine the beautiful artwork.
9. Paisley style Arabic Mehndi for Back Hand
Here we have a traditional favorite paisley pattern with a modern twist. The paisley pattern is made out of spirals and dots arranged in an appealing manner. The unique flower design on both sides compliments the paisley pattern illusion. This is the latest trend inspiration this wedding season.
10. Guldasta style Arabic Henna Design
This one of our favorite designs. It speaks about the dedication and precision of the Henna Artist. The entire artwork is done intricately with shades and fill-ins. A perfect example of Arabic Henna Designs, this looks no less than a flower bouquet. Mini flowers adding to the magnificence of rose is pure beauty. Bridesmaids, get it done before the bride eyes on it.
Video tutorial for Shaded Arabic Mehndi is waiting for you!
11. Haathphool style Arabic Mehndi for Back Hand
This Arabic Mehndi Design is similar to a haathphool. It starts with the most identifying feature of Arabic Mehndi, a flower at the wrist followed by swirls and dotted curves leading to fingers. The vine trail and spiral motifs further define the Mehndi. If you find floral jewelry cliché, you won’t mind replacing it for this fantastic mehndi.
12. Shaded Arabic Henna Design for Back Hand
This is yet another design that includes every element of Arabic Mehndi. It consists of swirls, curved lines, floral and circular motifs and not to forget dazzling dots. The shaded flowers are as pretty as a picture. This design is good enough for wedding parties and festivals like Eid and Diwali.
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