5 trendy Mehndi designs you MUST try this Karva Chauth

5 trendy Mehndi designs you MUST try this Karva Chauth

There are plenty of simple designs that are so easy, they can be easily tried at home.

We all know that all important Indian rituals and celebrations are incomplete without the customary application of Mehndi on your palms. Karva Chauth is here and how can it be complete without the compulsory mehndi.

While you can go and get yourself a trendy new design at the neighbourhood salon or market, new mothers may find it too difficult to even step out of the house.

But, this does not mean that they make do with a simple dot or bindi on their palms. There are plenty of simple designs that are so easy, they can be easily tried at home. Here are the latest Mehndi designs from Instagram that you can try this Karva Chauth:

1. On the fingertips

If you like simple Mehndi designs and want to try one at home, this is your best bet and a design that looks really trendy.

2. On the back of your hands

We know that new mothers have to be ready to change diapers, feed their baby and do a hundred other things for the baby, which is why the best Mehndi design that would work for them would be at the back of their hands like this one:

Continue reading on the next page for more designs!

3. Go Arabic!

If you are a big fan of Arabic Mehndi designs and want one this Karwachauth, here's a simple design that you can do yourself at home. This is again only for the fingertips and would be an excellent option for new mothers.

 

A photo posted by My Henna (@myhenna.de) on

4. On the hands

If you are too busy as a new mother and in no way can apply mehndi on your palms, you can put some on your upper hands and try out some funky designs like the one shown in the picture:

 

A photo posted by Radha's Henna (@radhashenna) on

5. Beauty lies in the details

If you have some time on your hand and want to try an intricate design, you can try a detailed Henna design like this one:

 

#henna#henné#mehendi#mehndi#mehendidesign#hennadesign#myself#handhenna#cute

A photo posted by sananas (@snmrx) on

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[All images courtesy: Instagram]
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