My course is about learning how to draw and apply henna on the hand, and the goal of it is to rely on yourself by making diffrent design.
My course is adressed to all people from all generation beginners.
Henna’s presence is more prominent in Moroccan society at happy social events, especially where the occasion of the wedding or garnet, for example, does not pass without henna being present, adorning the hands and legs of the bride and sometimes often the hands of the groom as well, or the new baby, and even the attendees invited to these happy parties.
At Moroccan weddings, the bride is decorated with henna by the na’aal, a woman who specializes in preparing the next girl for the wedding, decorating her and dressing her suit and beautiful traditional costumes, and she engraves my hands and the bride’s legs with henna in baha’i shapes such as roses and sexy geometric shapes.
This night of adornment is called henna night, and only women from the couple’s families are invited together, during which the bride and henna are celebrated together, where the girl sits long in front of the discussion that adorns her hands and legs with a clear wit until the artistic form of the bride’s limbs comes out in the most beautiful view, because it is the night of a lifetime for the bride and her husband, so make sure that the girl is decorated with henna appropriately and creatively.