Henna Course in Edmonton

Learn How to Henna--Basic and Advanced Course

We have finally organized a Learn How to Henna and an Advanced Henna course in Edmonton, Alberta.  The courses will be held on March 22 and 23 in 2014.


Here are the details for each course:


Basic Henna Prep & Design
This total 5 hour group course is for those interested in learning how to apply henna freehand. The course teaches the key elements of a style of henna and the methodical understanding of developing complex henna designs. Basic preparation and design will teach you the essentials to make and apply henna in Arabic, modern Indian, and African styles.  This class is broken down into sessions that each student can choose.

CLASS OUTLINE
Introduction to henna
  • Origins of henna
  • Henna traditions
  • Uses of henna
  • Geographies of henna
  • Arabic, Indian and African henna styles
     
Henna safety
  • Dangers of black henna
  • Safe henna practices
  • Pregnancy and henna
  • Henna hygiene
     
Henna Prep
  • essential oils
  • henna how to
  • applicators
  • henna paste

Henna Design
  • Key elements of henna designs
  • Practice of key elements
  • Variations of key elements
  • basic shapes in henna designs
  • Variations of elements and shapes for complex designs
  • Structuring designs for complex designs
How to apply henna efficiently

Henna Advanced Course
This 4 hour intensive course will go in depth with henna body art application.
This course is for those individuals with prior henna experience or those who have already taken the Basic Henna Course. 

CLASS OUTLINE
Review of henna safety, paste, and applicators
  • Uses of henna
  • Geographies of henna
  • Arabic, Indian and African henna styles
  • Dangers of black henna
  • Safe henna practices
  • Pregnancy and henna
  • Henna hygiene
  • Henna preparation
     
Henna Design Theory
  • Review of key elements
  • Bands, breaks, fillers
  • Practicing techniques
  • Design balance
  • Structuring designs for complex designs

How to apply bridal henna efficiently

Space is limited to just 8 students so that each student can have individualized attention from the instructor.  





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