Henna tattoo business opens in Brainerd
Nadia Hardy started applying henna to friends using Q-tips back in the sixth grade.
She had just returned from Morocco, where she received her first henna tattoo and fell instantly in love with the art.
Now 24, Hardy just opened Groovy Henna, offering all-natural henna temporary tattoos.
The paste used in the tattoos is made from dried, ground henna plant. It stains the skin a reddish-orange color for a couple of weeks before wearing off.
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