Best Mehndi Designs: Arabic, Bridal, Full Hands, Feet & Back!

Its that time of the year when dressing up and looking good becomes a mandate.

 

With festive season in full swing, specially with karva chauth just round the corner women have all the reasons to dress up in most beautiful attires and jewelery.  How can you forget mehndi?

 

Be it other festivals like Eid, Teej or Kara Chauth or weddings women across the country love decorate their hands and feet with beautiful and latest mehndi designs. From Rajasthani mehndi to Arabic mehendi, options for mehndi designs are endless.

 

To help you decorate your hands with henaa, here we bring you some beautiful mehendi designs…

 

mehendi designs

 

Bridal hands and feet mehndi design

 

Mehendi-Hand and Legs

 

Easy to do Arabic mehandi design.

 

Mehendi-Hand

 

 

Love this neatly done mehndi on feet…

 

Mehendi-legs

 

Ganapati and dulha dulhan mehendi design art.

 

Mehendi-hand-back

 

 

Mehendi-hand-back

 

 

Mehendi

 

 

Very artistic! Yes or No?

 

mehendi-legs

 

Mehndi for full hands

 

mehendi-hands

 

For back of hands

mehendi-front

 

 

mehendi-simple-designs

 

 

Colorful Glitter Mehndi Design

mehendi-arabic

 

 

mehendi-both hands

 

 

mehendi-piks

 

 

mehendi-legs

 

Ladies would you give this back design a try?

 

mehendi-back

 

 

simple-mehendi

 

 

mehendi-hand-front

 

 

mehendi-hands

 

 

mehendi-designs

 

 

arabic-design

 

 

mehend-front-designs

 

 

mehendi-legs

 

 

mehendi-back

 

 

mehendi-peacock

 

 

mehendi-hands

 

 

Any idea, how many hours it would take?

 

mehendi-full-hands

 

 

mehendi-front

 

 

hands

 

 

mehendi

 

Which design you like the most?

 

hands

 

 

Dulhan mehndi design – apt for the bride to be?

 

 

hands

 

 

hands-front

 

 

 

mehendi

 

 

hand-simple

 

Mehndi designs for beginners

 

mehendi-simple

 

 

Arabic mehndi design for left and right hands…

 

mehendi-hands

 

 

 

For all those wondering about Karva Chauth 2014 date. This year Karva Chauth is on 11th October, next Saturday. Ladies, are the preparations in full swing?

 

 

 

Images Courtesy – MehndiArtbymadiha, Mehendi-Moments-Makes-Magic-by-Niha, HENNA-ART and Shutterstock

 

 

 

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