As the world is trying to adjust to the new normal, the lockdown thanks to COVID-19 many are now celebrating festivals inside their homes, locked up. One big festival coming up is Eid-Ul-Fitr 2020. This year there will not be grand celebrations but to keep the essence intact we have 10 DIY Mehendi designs that you can do sitting at home. Having a love for Mehendi or applying it differs from person to person but admit it or not, Mehendi ceremony is one of the customs which is celebrated in full glory in India. Women love to adore the Henna pattern on their hand and hence this goes without saying that women will obviously give special attention to this.
Mehendi designs like Paisleys, peacock, Arabic, Indo-western or portrait have its own charm and beauty and this old-age art form is every woman’s favourite until now. But we can also understand the pain of keeping the henna on hand for long as it demands long hours which is sometimes really difficult to invest. Plus, it is so much of hassle that one can’t even move their hand as we can’t put that gorgeous effort on stake, right? But what else are you doing during the lockdown, sitting at home?
So in that case, we have got a list of minimal Mehendi designs which are simple, small and yet elegant. So, on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Fitr 2020 here are perfect designs that you can make without stepping out of your house.
These designs are not only time saver but hassle-free too and we are sure you really don't want to miss this on any cost. Bookmark it right now as these designs are evergreen and can be used anytime anywhere. So what are you waiting for, go and grab a pen and paper right now or we should say the Mehendi cone right now! ALSO READ: Karwa Chauth 2019 Mehendi Designs: Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma And Sonam Kapoor's Mehendi Designs Are Also The Season's Favourites
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