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Cutthroat Body Art was started in 2000 as a small henna and airbrush tattoo company doing small renaissance faires. When there wasn't a faire going on I realized that I still wanted to be doing henna, so I began doing henna on lots of objects other than people’s skin. I love doing henna on anything and I would be doing it every waking moment if I could. All my pieces are done completely by hand. I do all the designs freehand without any stencils. Some are based off pictures that spark my design but most are just straight out of my head. Each piece is like a piece of art more than just an everyday object.

I am also available to do henna tattoos for parties, special occasions and fairs in the Southern California area. Please feel free to message or convo. me for any questions or information on anything.

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  • Born on April 1
  • Joined January 22, 2008

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Cutthroat Body Art was started in 2000 as a small henna and airbrush tattoo company doing small renaissance faires. When there wasn't a faire going on I realized that I still wanted to be doing henna, so I began doing henna on lots of objects other than people’s skin. I love doing henna on anything and I would be doing it every waking moment if I could. All my pieces are done completely by hand. I do all the designs freehand without any stencils. Some are based off pictures that spark my design but most are just straight out of my head. Each piece is like a piece of art more than just an everyday object.

I am also available to do henna tattoos for parties, special occasions and fairs in the Southern California area. Please feel free to message or convo. me for any questions or information on anything.

If you'd like to see examples of my custom work please visit my other pages at:
http://www.facebook.com/cutthroatbodyart

***BLACK HENNA WARNING***
Black henna is toxic. Never let it touch your skin.
Make sure you ask what is in an artists henna before you let it touch your skin and there is no known way to make natural henna black. It ranges from brown to deep green when in paste form. If its black be very cautious.

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