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Ladies, take a peak at the latest fashion trends in Arabic Mehndi Design.

As you all know, arabic mehndi isn’t just for weddings. In fact, there are loads of opportunities to sparkle for an occasion and apply traditional mehndi designs. Eid is of course one of the biggest dates in your calendar. So whether you’re a bride-to-be looking for ideas for your function or celebrating Eid, you can explore mehndiyoyo.com for beautiful mehndi design ideas.

Did you know that the word ‘henna’ comes from the arabic word ‘hina’?
This is the way it’s known in North African countries and in the Middle East. For the history lovers amongst you, you might want to know that ‘hina’ may have been introduced by the Moguls in India as far back as 12C! We do know it’s been around for about 5,000 years but the real origin is unknown.

Arabic mehndi style has become popular in parts of India and Pakistan. Unlike the softer earthy mehndi used in Indian henna, arabic mehndi is applied using a darker (black or brown) paste, especially for the design’s outline. This allows it to proudly stand out on the hand!

So go ahead and check out some of the latest Arabian mehndi designs on this page and take your pick. If you see something you like, print it or share it with your friends and family.

Happy browsing!

We’ve brought together our top picks of Egyptian mehndi. Geometrical and intriguing, full of divine characters, Egyptian mehndi is a feast for the eyes.   #1: Ancient Egyptian mehndi pattern In this first image, we can see a basic Egyptian design that travels across the inner arm. The design is quite an unusual shape and […]

Are you preparing for Eid al-Fitr or are you pampering in preparation for a wedding? There are plenty of designs out there, but this page ‘cherry picks’ some of the relatively simpler arabic mehndi designs. You may want to use them as inspiration, or you might want to immitate them. However, please note these designs […]

There’s something so appealing about decorating the fingers and leaving the rest of the hand partly or entirely blank. Perhaps it’s the playfulness of the twinkly fingers that you can flash about. Or maybe it’s the confidence of just decorating those (instead of opting for a more traditional design). Whatever the case, here are some ideas on mehndi designs […]