My love for henna initially started when I was on my way to the Monorail station in Little India,Brickfields.Brickfields changed a lot cause the government wants to make it a tourist attraction so lotsa decorative lights and statues everywhere and everything is repainted to look nicer.Its so commercialized,they should just keep it in its normal state then it would be more authentic.I don't think a tourist wants to go a place that has been commercialized,it would be boring in my opinion.
Ok back to my love for henna art!XD.I was on my way to the monorail station then I saw this shop in front of the monorail having a henna service. Red henna=RM5 and Black henna=RM10 for one hand.So Ayesha and I was interested and we said we'll do it once we get back from Pavillion.The whole point of this trip was for me to go redeem my vouchers from Uniglo and it was the opening day of Uniglo too.I admit,I underestimated the Malaysian crowd because I was there around 1p.m and the crowd outside was FUCKING FUCKING FUCKING LONG!!!It was that long that I have to use 'Fucking' 3 times or more.I did wait in the line but after 30 minutes then I gave up and just went to Pavillion with the others.
Damn I keep sidetracking to another topic.Anyway,this time is just about the henna!Took the monorail back to Brickfields so that we could get the henna and we didn't expect a big crowd waiting so got in line again and waited for our turn.It was a day before Deepavali so it was expected.We got to pay first then only they will draw it and she'll ask if you wanna do it for 2 hands,which color and if you wanna draw it on your palms or hands.
I am gonna try the black one later once this one rubs off~~~XD