Welcome To Wild Girl Henna. My name is Flossie and I am a self-taught henna artist who works in the Cambridge area.
I regularly attend festivals and evens near me, for a current list of events that I’m attending, please see the events section of my Facebook page.
I am happy to do individual appointments, festivals, parties, hen do’s birthdays, pamper evenings, other special events, or simply just for you to be daring and fun!
I only used Natural Brown Henna or ‘Red Henna’ in my designs as Black Henna can be harmful for your skin, and many people are allergic to it.
What is Henna?
Henna is a tree or shrub that grows in Africa and Asia, the leaves from the tree are dried in then sun and then mixed with essential oils and lemon juice to create the henna paste that I use in my designs. I use only Natural Brown Henna which contains only Water, Natural Henna leaves, Clove Oil, Eucalyptus Oil and Alcohol.
Tips for Prolonging the lifespan of your Henna:
- Leave the paste on for as long as you can to allow the Henna pigment to soak into your skin
- Ensure that the skin where you’re going to have your tattoo is freshly exfoliated and clean.
- after your henna tattoo has developed, keep your skin moisturized and if you wish, apply essential oils to enhance the colour.
- Most importantly; Enjoy it!
The Nakuru Children’s Project
10% of every £ that I make via Wild Girl Henna is donated to The Nakuru Children’s Project in Kenya. The Nakuru Children’s Project is an amazing project that feeds school children in and around Nakuru, Kenya. In July 2019 I was lucky enough to have the life-changing opportunity to visit Kenya and see what the project is really all about.
I met so many kind and talented people and I was able to see the true, beautiful impact that this project has on the community.
So while you’re having your beautiful henna tattoo, you can know that you’re also helping fund school meals for children in Kenya!