Thursday, January 3, 2013
Gospel Henna in South Asia
By Pioneers in South Asia
Throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East, henna (a temporary plant-based dye) is used to dye hair and beards—giving it a reddish tint, or helping to hide the gray and white. Women use it on their fingernails and toenails to enhance femininity. But the most common use of henna is in decorative body art on the hands and feet, which is becoming increasingly popular in the West...
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