Henna in College Station TX
Henna is now available at MediSpa & Salon! Noor’s Henna operates as an independent, booth-rental business. Payments are made to Noor, not MediSpa & Salon. Noor cannot accept any MediSpa & Salon coupons, gift cards, nor points.
Henna for the back of the hand
Henna for the front of the hand
Henna back of the hand & fingers
Henna for the back of the neck
Henna for the front of the neck
Henna for the upper arm
Henna for the ankle
Henna for the foot
$15 & up
$15 & up
$15 & up
$15 & up
Henna for the back of the hand: $15
Henna for the front of the hand: $15
Henna back of the hand & fingers: $20
Henna for the back of the neck: $15 & up
Henna for the front of the neck: $15 & up
Henna for the upper arm: $15 & up
Henna for the ankle: $12
Henna for the foot: $15 & up
Q. How long does a henna tattoo last on the skin?
Designs last from 7-10 days.
Q. How long does the paste take to dry?
15–30 minutes, depending on size of design.
Q. How long do I have to leave the paste on?
A minimum of six hours. The longer you leave it on, the better.
Q. How do I take the paste off?
Simply peel it off with your nails, or rub it off with your fingers or a towel.
Q. Can you do your eyebrows with it?
Yes, but the stain is reddish brown.
Q. Can you dye your lips with it?
Q. Can you apply it on a pregnant woman’s belly?
Yes. It is completely safe.
Q. Can you dye your hair with it?
Yes. Just use water instead of the solution that comes in the kit.
Q. How do you take the design off?
The stain fades gradually as your skin exfoliates. There is no quick fix!
Q. Has it ever not faded away?
No. Henna is a temporary skin dye. It always fades away.
Q. What’s in Henna paste?
- Henna Powder
- Distilled Water
- Lemon Juice
- Eucalyptus essential oil
- Disodium EDTA — processed salt to prevent oxidation or discoloration
Q. What color will the tattoo be?
Dark reddish brown. Variations in color depend on your body temperature and skin type.
Q. Can you add anything to the henna to make it darker?
We hear about all kinds of homemade recipes, but nothing we can vouch for.
Q. What about black henna?
Black henna does not exist. Black henna contains industrial dyes, like PPD, inks, or chemicals—all of them potentially harmful to the skin. We strongly recommend you stay away from so-called black henna mixtures.
Q. What’s the eucalyptus oil for?
The eucalyptus oil is for transferring stencils to skin. We also recommend swabbing the skin with eucalyptus oil before applying henna paste.