Oktoberfest Part I

The best part about knowing how to do henna is being able to apply the technique any time of the day, to any medium.  Sometimes, as henna artists, we run out of our own skin to do the henna on, so we have to resort to other items.

Some of these items include edibles like henna decorated cookies (you can see the post on this by clicking the link), or henna on paper and canvas.

The series of Oktoberfest will include a weekly viewing of henna designs on things other than skin.  Why do we call it Oktoberfest?  Well here is what Oktoberfest is all about:

Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival celebrating beer in Germany.  It runs from late September to the first weekend in October, and is one of the most famous events in Germany, and is the world's largest fair.  An approximate 6 million people from around the world attend this event to celebrate the 16 days of beer!  While the world calls this festival "Oktoberfest,"  it is known in Germany as "die Wiesn" named after the colloquial name of the fairgrounds.  Oktoberfest has been an important part of Bavarian culture since 1810 and is celebrated all around the world by all!

And so we will celebrate Oktoberfest as well, but without the beer.  Instead, we will share with you over the month of October some of our celebrations of henna.  You will see the celebratory designs, closeups, designs in actions, and we will continue the celebration with discounts for all of those who visit!  These savings are only here until October 2012, so take advantage of them quick!

But for now, here's a code you can use all year round!  "ilovehenna" to save 10% on products and services!

Here's a sneak peak of what you will see







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