Henna is a plant that grows in hot climates and can be found in most Middle Eastern countries like Iran, Pakistan, Syria, Egypt and Rajasthan India.
The henna plant can be 8 to 10 feet high and its leaves dry, crush and turn into powder. The natural dyeing properties found in henna are tannins, This is what allows mehndi (when mixed with other ingredients) to temporarily stain the skin. While Mehndi is a plant, Mehndi is a traditional art.
Decorate shins with hands, feet, and a mehndi paste.