RICHLAND, Wash. -- A local Richland women is bringing wearable and organic body art to the Tri-Cities creating her own fresh and unique henna paste.
Henna is a temporary tattoo that can last anywhere from one to three weeks.
However, the henna paste can sometimes be harmful to skin that’s why a local henna artist creates her own.
Henna artist, Elizabeth Magill said her recipe has been reviewed by a henna certification committee to guarantee that its safe for everyone to use.
“I source my own henna leaves with water, lemon juice and essentials oils”. said Magill. “I then place it in a warm area for a couple of hours and then I put it into my hand rolled cones and its ready to go”.
Prices for henna range from $10 to $50 depending on the art design.
The next drop in appointment for henna art will be Sunday, February 3rd from Noon to 3 P.M. at Lotus of the Moon in Richland.
Lotus of the Moon is located at 1386 Jadwin Ave, in Richland. Click here for more information.