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Frequently Asked Questions

Henna is a plant. The scientific name is Lawsonia Inermis. The leaves are dried out, crushed and made into a powder.

Henna is indigenous to Egypt and has been in use for at least 5000 years. The henna plant was eventually spread around the Middle East, North Africa, and the Persian Gulf, finally reaching the Indian subcontinent and Central Asia.

you can get a "SAFE" black stain by using Jagua. Jagua is a South American fruit similar to kiwi or strawberry.

There is no such thing as "black henna." Henna should always be brown. Black henna is dangerous and should never be used.

Yes, it is 100% natural. (Our ingredients are henna powder,lavender oil, Lemongrass oil, tea tree oil, sugar and water.)

5 to 6 hours is sufficient. 24 hours is best.

It is Best to exfoliate the area being hennaed. Make sure that the area is clean and free of any lotion or oil. Manicures and waxing should be done in advance. Wear loose or comfortable clothing. For body pieces, we can tape up your design with medical tape if you wish to put your clothes back over it. For feet, flip-flops, or bare feet are advisable.

10-15 mins.

5-12 days

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1087 Euclid Ave. NE,
Atlanta, GA 30307

Phone: (678) 437-5632

Hours of Operation

By Appointment Only:
M-F (1:00 pm - 7:30 pm)

Walk-ins Welcome:
Sat (12:30 pm - 7:30 pm)
Sunday (1:00 pm - 6:30 pm)

Email: atlhenna@yahoo.com

Atlanta's House of Henna

A cultural boutique that is recognized for its distinct style in handcrafted jewelry. Little 5 Points, Atlanta is infamous for its local artists and talent. This is the perfect location for a henna shop, so I decided to fill that void. Focused on providing henna services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction. A variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us!

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