Tribal henna tattoo method dates back to hundreds and hundreds of years, especially in India and rest of Asia. Henna tattoos are known to be completely herbal.
Henna tattoos are non-permanent and they typically stays for one to two weeks. Temporary skin decoration has wide cultural significance in India and parts of South Asia.
These days, henna tattoos are very popular among both men and women. Henna is used to make huge shoulder or arm tattoos.
Modern-day henna tattoos are no different from needle made tattoos. But since henna is a herbal material, it give no pain while doing it, or leaves no bruises after that.
Traditional henna hand and feet tattoos are not just popular among Indian women, but have become very popular among western women over the years.
There days, you can see man sporting various henna designs on their upper arm and shoulder.
The best thing about henna tattoo is that it is not permanent. So, you can have various designs in short period of times.