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This Valentine - Wear Your Love!

They say wearing aka tattooing your loved ones name is probably the ultimate symbol of your love!! It's no wonder then that many stars & celebrities have personalized tattoos inked on then. 

No, we don't suggest you do the same, but how about getting a personalized temporary tattoo  with henna and flaunt your love to the world!!! 

Henna tattoos are fun, safe, trendy, quick, painless and best of all - AFFORDABLE. 

Here are some samples to get you started on ideas. And if you are the shy type, then you can get a henna tattoo with a special message or meaning, which only you and your loved one knows! 

Traditionally too, most Indian brides get their would be husband's name incorporated in the intricate bridal henna. The custom is for the husband to find his name for a 'special' prize!











Book us early for your personalized henna session this Valentine's day - Call 214-620-0758 or email info@allabouthenna.com

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