Online Henna Class
Book a henna lesson with Alyssa! Classes will be held every Friday in the month of June, with a maximum of 3 participants via Zoom.
*Henna Mixing classes will be held at 1 PM PST/10 AM EST.
*Henna Design and Drawing Classes will be held at 2:30PM PST/ 11:30 EST. If you'd like to schedule a class at another time, please inquire.
Please choose one or the other, or both!
*The Ebb & Flow Henna Kit contains everything you need to mix your own henna paste! The kit includes all you'll need to practice new design ideas on paper before you move to skin! Let your creativity flow with this fun, DIY kit.
- 33 grams body art quality henna powder
- 1/3 oz Cajeput essential oil
- Hand Rolled Henna Cones
- A sweet pouch for storing your materials
- Drawing pad for sketching in pencil
- Drawing board for practicing henna designs
- Pencil and sharpener
- Scotch tape
- Henna Recipe
- Aftercare instructions
- Sample Design Ideas
Ebb & Flow's hand mixed, homemade henna paste in a hand-rolled cone! This gorgeous, smooth blend of dark staining henna will help bring your creative ideas to life! Cones are rolled closed and secured with tape. This blend uses body art quality henna, lemon juice, sugar, cajeput oil and lavender oil and smells absolutely divine!
All henna is shipped via priority mail to insure fastest transit.
Henna is perishable. Freeze your henna as soon as it arrives to keep it fresh and lovely! Each cone will take about 15 minutes to thaw before use. Henna will keep it's strong dye-power for about 6 months in the freezer, and about 4 days in the refrigerator. Each time it is thawed and refrozen, it loses some dye capacity. Snip the end of your cone with sharp scissors or nail clippers- and start very small!
Your package will include 4 henna cones and instructions for care of your henna stain.
One cone contains approximately .75 oz of paste, enough for about 10 medium sized designs or 25 small designs.
Ebb & Flow henna uses 100% natural ingredients, never chemical additives or dyes such as para-phenylenediamine (PPD). Henna should be avoided by anyone with a known allergy to fava beans or citrus fruits, or a G6PD deficiency.
Avoid henna if you have G6PD deficiency or have been advised to avoid fava beans,if you are are extremely anemic, or have citrus allergies. Please consult your doctor if you have concerns about using henna.