Mehandi means henna, but it is most commonly used in the west as a term for the designs painted on the hands, feet, or other parts of the body, using henna as the stain. This makes what is sometimes called a temporary tattoo, though by definition, a tattoo is put into the skin using a needle.
Mehandi is widely used throughout Southern and Western Asia and Africa. This is used during weddings, and sometimes for simple beautification. This is also used to protect the skin from the sun. It is also used in the various festivals / and local area customs.

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