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Re: temporary tattoos
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- Subject: Re: temporary tattoos
- From: chrismccormick <chrismccormick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 13 May 1998 07:31:21 -0700
- Message-id: <199805131433.HAA20444@SUL-Server-2.Stanford.edu>
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It is called "mehndi:.
La-Dosha Mehndi - selling mehndi kits of imported Indian henna.
Mehndi Magic.com - specializing in henna-mehndi products.
Beautiful Art of Mehndi - henna tatooing products and services.
Mehndi Body Art - selling henna body art tattoo products.
Body Art Supply - offering henna mehndi products, body paints, body
jewelry and more.
Martha Fay wrote:
> Perhaps you are thinking of henna painting? It is type of temporary
> tattooing and I believe it origniates in India or thereabouts. It has
> become increasingly popular in the U.S. lately and the supplies are =
> at many *alternative* clothing and music stores.
> -Martha Fay
> Martha Fay
> Program Assistant, The Folger Institute
> 201 East Capitol Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003-1094
> (202) 675-0333 (phone); (202) 544-4623 (fax)
> fay@xxxxxxxxxx; www.folger.edu
> > In regards to temporary tattoos, I saw something on television a few
> > days ago
> > about a form of temporary tattoos that last a few months, had
> > something to do
> > with a form of Indian art. If anyone has any info on this please e
> > mail me
> > directly.
> > Sorry about the post not really a book issue but I saw the subject on
> > the list.
> > Thanks