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Henna Tattoos in Egypt

Henna is the natural dye derived from the leaves of the Lawsonia inermis shrub, Grown in southern Egypt, Nubia and Egypt’s Deserts for millennia-traces of it have even been found on the nails of mummified Pharaohs.
Like Their Ancestors, Egyptian Women use henna powder for their hair and also to decorate hands and feet prior to getting married. The intricate red-brown adorn the skin for a fortnight or so before fading away. 
For Visiting Women, Don’t Miss the Chance to get a Henna Tattoo on Your Hands or Feet or Stomach, It Looks Great and You get to spend Time with Bedouin or Nubian Women.
Beware, Foreigners tend to prefer black to the traditional red henna tattoos, but beware, as this in fact natural henna darkened with the very toxic hair dye PPD, Which is banned in Europe. Avoid Black Henna Completely, You can read more or may be surf the internet to get more information about the damage the dye can cause, from a light allergic reaction to chemical burns and sometimes even death. 

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