Step into a world where tradition and creativity intertwine on your skin. 

On our MEHENDI DESIGNS, we showcase mehendi designs and celebrate their stories. 

Every stroke reflects a journey from Traditional Mehendi’s intricate heritage to Minimalist styles’ bold simplicity. 

Whether it is the joyous elaboration of Bridal Mehendi, the natural flow of Arabic designs, or the modern twist of Contemporary creations, we have a design for every mood and occasion.


Dive into our extensive gallery, where art meets tradition, and find the design that speaks to you.

Traditional Designs

Rooted in the rich heritage of India, Pakistan, and the Middle East. These designs feature intricate patterns of peacocks, flowers, and paisleys.

Bridal Mehendi

Elaborate and detailed, covering hands and feet extensively. These designs symbolize joy, beauty, and spiritual awakening, often incorporating the bride and groom’s initials.

Arabic Mehendi

These designs are characterized by flowing, bold patterns with large floral and leaf motifs. They are less dense than traditional ones, leaving more skin showing.

Moroccan Mehendi

Features geometric patterns and shapes inspired by Moroccan architecture and carpets. It is known for its abstract and symmetrical designs.

Contemporary Designs

A blend of traditional and modern styles, often incorporating elements like glitter, gems, and color. These designs can also include thematic elements like celestial bodies or minimalist patterns.

African Mehendi

Distinguished by bold geometric patterns, lines, and dots. African Mehendi designs are usually more abstract and less floral than South Asian designs.

Indo-Western Mehendi

A fusion of Indian traditional designs with Western aesthetics, featuring less dense patterns with a modern twist.

Minimalist Designs

It is simple and elegant, focusing on minimalistic patterns like small flowers, symbols, or abstract art. It is perfect for those who prefer understated beauty.

Festival Mehendi

These designs are applied during festivals like Diwali, Eid, Karva Chauth, and Navratri. They are festive yet can be less elaborate than bridal Mehendi.

Thematic Designs

Based on specific themes or personal interests, such as nature, music, or spiritual symbols.

Glove Style

This style mimics the look of a glove or sleeve, continuously covering the hands or arms.

Feet Mehendi Designs

Specifically designed for the feet, these can range from simple floral motifs to intricate patterns that match the hands.

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