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Historical Henna Design Collection from Moor: A Henna Atlas of Morocco by Lisa "Kenzi" Butterworth and Nic Tharpa Cartier

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This groundbreaking book is the product of more than a decade of careful study in an effort to preserve the ancient henna traditions of Morocco. This e-book is the Historical Henna Design Collection of the book.

This section is the collaborative brainchild of years of collecting and reproducing Moroccan designs from a wide variety of sources— the designs have been incubating all that time. In addition, all the travelers to Morocco and the Moroccans we have met over the years have been quite happy to share with us their photos of henna, and we are grateful for this as it rounds out the variety of designs we are able to present here.

Where possible, we have indicated the source of the design and/or the regional style it represents. The historical designs will be especially helpful to look at while you are reading the Design Manual. We hope that these designs will show you not only the full glory of what Moroccan henna is but also what it could be—inspiring you to be a part of creating a future for Moroccan henna designs. Many of the designs appear as mirror images, even though Moroccan naqashat do not usually work that way. We wanted to make it easier to copy a design onto either hand or either foot.

This e-book is 54 pages with text, photos and illustrations.

Note: This is a digital item, not a physical book (the photo is only to show what the pages look like). Email me if you are interested in the physical book; I may start offering it if there is demand.
This groundbreaking book is the product of more than a decade of careful study in an effort to preserve the ancient henna traditions of Morocco. This e-book is the Historical Henna Design Collection of the book.

This section is the collaborative brainchild of years of collecting and reproducing Moroccan designs from a wide variety of sources— the designs have been incubating all that time. In addition, all the travelers to Morocco and the Moroccans we have met over the years have been quite happy to share with us their photos of henna, and we are grateful for this as it rounds out the variety of designs we are able to present here.

Where possible, we have indicated the source of the design and/or the regional style it represents. The historical designs will be especially helpful to look at while you are reading the Design Manual. We hope that these designs will show you not only the full glory of what Moroccan henna is but also what it could be—inspiring you to be a part of creating a future for Moroccan henna designs. Many of the designs appear as mirror images, even though Moroccan naqashat do not usually work that way. We wanted to make it easier to copy a design onto either hand or either foot.

This e-book is 54 pages with text, photos and illustrations.

Note: This is a digital item, not a physical book (the photo is only to show what the pages look like). Email me if you are interested in the physical book; I may start offering it if there is demand.

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If not entirely satisfied with a product please return it within 30 days of purchase and we will refund your money or exchange the product. Shipping charges are not refundable. Henna powder must be kept in a cool, dark place in a sealed bag or container; we are not responsible for any defect resulting from improper storage of your henna. We stand behind our products; our henna is air-shipped from Morocco to guarantee maximum freshness and thus, its staining ability. Our artists use the same henna powder that we sell on the site. Because henna is a natural product some variation can be expected from crop to crop but we always test the powder to make sure it is up to our high standards. If you are having a problem with the henna powder, please email us and we will try to help you out. Sometimes you may have to change your recipe or your methods to get your paste perfect, and we will help you in any way we can.

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