About The Henna Peacock 

 

The Henna Peacock is all about natural henna and products that don't cost the earth. It was founded by henna artist, Shelby Humphries. She thinks of henna as more than just an art, but as a way of life, devotion and love.

The Henna Peacock prides itself on quality, so you can rest assured that we only offer natural, safe henna and quality handmade products.

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Healing Henna

Henna has always been considered to have healing and protective properties. 

 

I strongly believe in the magic of henna. It can produce a state of calmness, happiness and meditation. With its beautiful scent filling the air, and watching the pattern taking place upon ones skin, it can truly feel healing and mystical.

 

For most of my appointments (healing or otherwise), my clients love the atmosphere and leave feeling relaxed, pampered and peaceful.

I believe everyone should feel beautiful and comfortable in their skin, so I offer henna crowns free of charge for the first appointment, then at a reduced rate of £20 per session after that.

Henna crowns take about 1-2 hours to apply.

For best results, aftercare is important. The scalp has thin skin so the stain can be a little faint due to this. To get the best stain possible, it is important that you follow three simple rules for aftercare 

1) Keep the paste on- the longer it stays on, the better the resulting stain will be. I recommend leaving paste on for at least 5 hours.

2) Keep warm- Try to stay inside in the warm while you have the paste on and for the first 24 hours after application. Heat helps to bring the stain out.

3) Avoid water on your new henna crown. Water can stop the henna from leaving a good stain. I suggest keeping your head out of water for the first day or two, and keep water exposure to a minimum while you enjoy your stain.

For added aftercare, I offer henna balm (a natural balm I make myself using beeswax, shea butter, rosehip oil and hemp seed oil). This is available for £1 and goes a long way. And when your henna has faded, you can still use the balm for chapped and dry skin, or over scars and stretch marks. I formulated it using the finest quality ingredients that worship the skin and give loads of TLC. Use as a moisturiser or before showers or baths to protect your henna stain from the water.

To book any of these services, please feel free to contact me and we can discuss what you want and get you booked in. 

For free bookings, please note that you may have to come to me, or cover my travel costs if you are not very local.