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Henna Lace Kit - Black (0.5 oz)

Art Factory

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Black Henna Lace Kit by Art Factory, can be used to create temporary tattoos similar to traditional henna designs. While traditional henna stains are permanent and have to fade off itself, temporary tattoos made using Henna Lace can be washed off using alcohol. Henna lace tattoos are waterproof and if properly cared for, they can stay up to 3 to 7 days. Finger tip designs are expected to last for 1 or 2 days. Henna inspired tattoos are widely popular in parties especially among teenagers.

Henna Lace Kit contains the following:
- 1/2 oz bottle with 15 ml of Black Henna Lace
- Two luer lock tips - one super fine 24 gauge plastic tip and one fine 22 gauge metal tip
How Do I Apply?
Attach one of the luer lock tips and apply.

Add sparkling effects by adding glitter or shimmer powder over the design, while still wet.

Wait for about 15-20 minutes for the design to dry.

Final design will stay slightly raised on skin.
There is no need to scrape or peel off.

How Do I Remove?
Remove using alcohol.

Seal the bottle back with the white cap after each use. Henna Lace Cleaning Kits (sold separately), is recommended for proper cleaning of Henna Lace Kit.
Henna lace formula is non toxic and hypoallergenic. It is vegan and not tested on animals.
We're sorry, but Face Paints, Makeup or Makeup Brushes may NOT BE returned due to health reasons.

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Joanna Twenty-three

I was using it outside at a festival when the weather was in the 60's and it was so thick it hurt my hand and it didn't flow right. It was fine when I used it indoors. It does last nicely as promised.

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Angie Escobedo

It started off good, but it got hard to squeeze out the bottle

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Ruth Consiglio
Disappointed

Didnt really care for it. It really didnt have a good explanation of what it does to the skin while on it. Its really a rubber like paint that lays on the skin. It shouldnt be called Henna. The only thing related to Henna is the application. I wont buy it again