Pakistani mehndi designs 2014

Modern Pakistani women are no longer restricted to traditional Middle East patterns of Mehendi design. Nowadays mixing Indian/Rajasthani/ Rajputana Mehendi styles have become the latest trend in Pakistan. Modern designs of Pakistani Henna/ Mehendi have evolved which emply a much more relatable contemporary approach of design. While glancing at 2014 Mehendi patterns its easily realized that women and artists too recognize the need of being innovative and interesting in the choice of Henna embellishments on hands and feet..
One common trend in 2014 Pakistani Mehendi designs is the use of glitter, sequins and embellishments in the Mehendi patterns. It has also become a style to present intricate, richly decorated Mehendi patterns in clean cut angular lines. So this is how age old floral motifs are represented in slanted lines and gorgeous Rajasthani motifs consisting of bride and groom heads, serpents, paisleys, peacocks are drawn in Arabic styles. The point about 2014 Pakistani Mehendi designs is that embellishments and extensions like acrylic nails and golden beads are used for beautifying the hands and nails. 2014 Mehendi designs are all about creating a gorgeous and stylish look for the feet and the hands in festivals like Eid and Wedding ceremonies.. Another trend of 2014 is to use Mehendi on upper legs, arms and neck to create a style statement which will dazzle all onlookers.





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Nice mehndi

Nice mehndi

Mehndi designs are generally patterns of flowers, sun, moon, heart, small figures and geometric shapes. Young girls are always on the lookout for nice Mehndi designs that are slightly different. Some different designs include patterns of vine structures, butterflies, star, fish and small animals such as birds like peacock. In India, Mehndi patterns are a sign of the marital status of women and look really stunning when newlywed women deck their hands and feet in the brownish orange colorful patterns of the Mehndi along with all the bangles, jewelries and vermillion. Strangely enough Girls in this country believe that the color of Mehndi signifies the depth of love of their husband.

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Pakistani henna

Pakistani henna

Pakistani Mehendi design is done by using crushed leaves of Henna are used along with extracts of coffee bean, Hiviscus leaves etc to bring out the black colour of Mehendi. Unlike the Indian version of Henna, Pakistani Mehendi is an interesting mix of Indian and Arabic motifs. There are many motifs which are employed in Pakistani designs like Paisleys, Peacocks and Roses which are patterned all across the hand in an intricate mesh of patterns. The outline of Mehendi design is made with black Mehendi while the inner parts are filled with red Mehendi colour. Pakistani Henna artists now add little stones, sequins, gold dust, rainbow coloured dust to the Henna pattern to make gorgeous designs.

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Pakistani mehndi

Pakistani mehndi

Pakistani Mehndi designs are known for their intricacies. Usually these designs will cover most of your hands and feet or whichever part of the body you are wearing the design on. The fully-filled and fine detailing looks truly attention grabbing. Women, Young girls in Pakistan till date have not forgotten the Mehndi which is indeed an inseparable part of the culture and social traditions out there. In Pakistan Mehndi is popularly recognized as Henna and the complexity or intricacy in the designs mainly comes from the Arabian roots. Apart from reflecting traditional themes, designer Mehndis embellished with glitters, colored beads too have become an on-trend thing in Pakistan now.

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Pakistani mehndi hands

Pakistani mehndi hands

Pakistani Mehendi designs for hands inspire a lot of women for their sheer beauty, adaptability, delicate structure and intricate patterns. Its very interesting to note how Pakistani Mehendi has managed to combine the best qualities of both Arabic and Rajasthani styles and have created a style which is a great fusion. Pakistani Mehendi designs for the hands can be identified by the artistic use of black Mehendi which is used to create the outline. This Black Mehendi actually provides a very nice contrast against the fair skin. There are women who apply outlines made of black Mehendi on the outer designs of their Mehendi pattern and fill up the inner patterns with traditional red Mehendi.

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Pakistani mehndi

Pakistani mehndi

Pakistani Mehendi designs for hands inspire a lot of women for their sheer beauty, adaptability, delicate structure and intricate patterns. Its very interesting to note how Pakistani Mehendi has managed to combine the best qualities of both Arabic and Rajasthani styles and have created a style which is a great fusion. Pakistani Mehendi designs for the hands can be identified by the artistic use of black Mehendi which is used to create the outline. This Black Mehendi actually provides a very nice contrast against the fair skin. There are women who apply outlines made of black Mehendi on the outer designs of their Mehendi pattern and fill up the inner patterns with traditional red Mehendi. The distinctive Mehendi style of Pakistan is preferred by many women staying in India and Middle East which is why Pakistani Mehendi artists are in great demand by women.

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Rajasthani mehndi

Rajasthani mehndi

Mehendi is supposed to reflect the purity of the soul and no design depicts auspiciousness of mind and purity of soul better than a Rajasthani Mehendi design. The motifs used in Rajasthani Mehendi are very beautiful and traditional and they are inspired from the larger than life images that the Rajputana royalty had. Its common to observe auspicious motifs like betel life, shehnai, drum, bansuri, raja-rani, heart and dancing girls with palanquins. The differentiating factor of Rajasthani Mehendi is meshwork and mirror image formation. Meshwork is made of tiny triangles, squares, rectangles arranged in a stacked symmetrical manner. Mirror work is achieved when both hands and feet are mirror reflections of each other.

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