Our Mehndi Hoops -tradition meets modernity.
Mehndi is indian and means “henna tattoo”!
The Indian tradition: In the last night before the wedding, the hands of the bride will be artfully emblazed. Important here: The more expressive and splendiferous the motives, the more a profound marital life, luck and endless love is expected and promised. Typical for the henna painting are fine lines and structures. Often, floral motives and the well-known Paisley motives are used for the mandalas. Until the henna tattoo fades, the bride will be completely accepted and integrated into her new family.
Today’s trend: Multicultural festivals, other traditions and ethnic vogues are getting more and more popular, e.g. think about the famous Holi festivals. Would you also like to become a part of the modernised tradition? Then you should get our Mehndi hoops!
These posh, rosegolden earrings are made of high-quality stainless steel and are sold pairwise. They can be worn in your normal lobes as well as in your tunnels. The pin of the hoops is 1.0 mm thick and the hoops have a height of 60 mm and a width of 50 mm.