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Henna is a natural dye that comes from the henna plant. People have been using henna for centuries to dye their hair, skin, and nails. Henna is also used as a ceremonial dye in some cultures. Henna is a natural dye made from a plant called Lawsonia inermis additionally referred to as the henna tree, the mignonette tree, and the Egyptian privet, the only species of the genus Lawsonia. The leaves of the henna plant are dried and ground into a powder, which can then be used to create a paste. This paste is applied to the skin in a variety of designs, and the dye will stain the skin for a temporary tattoo-like effect. Henna has been used when you consider antiquity in historical Egypt and the Indian subcontinent to dye skin, hair, and fingernails, in addition to the fabric which includes silk, wool, and leather. Historically, henna become utilized in West Asia which includes the Arabian Peninsula and in Carthage, different elements of North Africa, West Africa, Central Africa, the Horn of Africa, and the Indian subcontinent. However, The name "henna" is often utilized in different skin and hair dyes, such as black henna and impartial henna, neither of that is derived from the henna plant.

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