Hawaii Mom Blog: Hau'oli Henna




September 9, 2015

Hau'oli Henna

I have been in love with henna for quite some time and have recently met an amazing henna artist.  Kiyomi of Hau'oli Henna is the best!  Her work is so intricate and beautiful.  She uses natural henna powder, sugar, lemon juice and essential oils and she is available for a variety of events like weddings, parties and special occasions.      

I decided on a design for my hand that wrapped around to my wrist.  Kiyomi incorporated paisley which symbolizes good fortune, flowers that represent joy, and a mandala meaning unity and harmony.  My daughter chose a lotus flower which symbolizes grace.  We both love our designs and her work! 

For more information, visit Kiyomi's website.

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