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Squiggly Art Face Painting
5.0
from 12 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 22 hires on Thumbtack
Kindra M.
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Tanitra is Awesome! She arrived on time and was very professional. The kids and parents loved her. She was very quick but also detailed in her art. We had my daughter's birthday party at a public park and people were asking who painted our children's faces. Squiggly Art was a hit! I would highly recommend her xoxo

  • 9 years in business
Sarah C.
Verified review

For my wedding I had mehndi done for the first time and Kara was amazing! She was so much fun and did such an amazing job! Plus, I had my bridesmaids join in w/ henna and it was such a special memory for us all. I loved the designs and thought that Kara put into my mehandi and I cannot wait to use her again.

Dan Black Tattoos

New To Thumbtack

    About

    I creat a comfortable, friendly, and clean environment to apply your one of a kind tattoo.

    The Henna Salon

    New To Thumbtack

      About

      We are offering henna tattoo services to women and done by a female artist. We have over 15 years of experience in this eastern art of temporary tattoos. We are specializing in bridal and traditional henna. We accommodate clients by appointment only.

      Noble Ink

      New To Thumbtack

        About

        Christine Noble is a Toronto-based tattoo artist with the old-soul of a traveling gypsy. She has been diligently working towards expanding her knowledge and skills for the last half decade and enjoys the challenges involved in becoming a versatile and ever-evolving artist. She prefers to tattoo Westcoast inspired fine-line Chicano black and grey images, and is inspired by photorealism, traditional Japanese art and traditional Americana. Currently she is experiencing a growing clientele as many people who have received work from her are not only happy with the results but also recall their experience of getting tattooed as being pleasant and comfortable. Christine is also interested in doing guest spots in different shops wherever the wind will take her. For more information, please visit the website. Any tattoo related inquiries can be sent through the contact section on the page.

        Q & A

        Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

        How long does a henna tattoo stay on?

        Typically a henna tattoo stays on anywhere from one to three weeks. Henna artists work with henna paste, also called mehndi, which dyes the skin for a short period of time. An important part of Indian culture, the use of henna has become increasingly popular in the United States, with henna artists providing henna tattoos for weddings, as event entertainment and for other special events. Henna artists typically apply their designs to the palms and backs of the hands, the wrists, up to the elbows, and from the feet up to the knees. To preserve the rich color of your henna tattoo and help it set, avoid water as much as possible within the first 24 hours of application. The color will be richest during the first week. Brides may want to have their henna tattoos applied one or two days before the wedding for optimal results.

        What is the meaning behind henna tattoos?

        Henna tattoos, as they are called in the United States, have a long tradition in Indian, African and Middle Eastern cultures. For centuries, the leaves of dried henna plants have been ground into a fine paste to be used as a temporary and nontoxic skin dye. This form of body decoration has been used in celebrations, weddings and ceremonial rites of passage in many cultures. Often in Hindu weddings, henna artists decorate the hands and feet of the bride (and at times the groom) with intricate designs. In some Muslim traditions, henna artists paint women with henna designs as they are in their final stages of pregnancy. In the United States, popular culture has adopted this beautiful body art and henna artists provide brides (and sometimes grooms) with temporary henna tattoos. Henna artists are also a popular choice for entertainment at corporate events, birthday parties, bachelorette parties and festivals. Henna artists may charge anywhere from $10 to $300 per hour.

        How much does it cost to get a henna tattoo?

        Nationally, the average cost to hire a henna artist is between $100 and $180 per hour. Rates will vary by location and the experience of the individual henna artist; it’s possible to find artists who charge less than $50 per hour. Some henna artists charge an hourly rate, especially for corporate events or festivals where they are providing service to multiple people within an hour. They may also charge flat rates for bridal and wedding services or special events. Here are some examples of average cost:

        • Hourly rate: $65-$85 or more per hour. Price is dependent on event size and number of attendees.
        • Starting rate for minimal palm designs: $15 or more.
        • Henna tattoos covering the hands and wrist and bottom of feet up to the ankle: $175.
        • Henna tattoos covering the hands to the mid-arm and feet to above the ankle: $300.
        • Henna tattoos covering the hands to the elbow and the feet to the knee: $450.
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