The winner of this competition is Rebecca who comments on 2012/04/18 at 11:00 pm and asked “You can add coffee , chamomile, and other ingredients to alter the colour of henna when dyeing one’s hair. Can you add ingredients to henna for mendhi?” Well done Rebecca, I hope you enjoy spending your voucher.

This is a competition that anyone can enter! All you have to do to be in with a chance to win this £15.00 amazon voucher is to ask a question about henna in the comments section. You see anyone can enter!

At the end of the competition, I will attempt to answer all the questions submitted as well as drawing the winner.

What could you spend your prize on? Design source books such as the dover series of books or maybe Loretta Roome’s Mehndi book? Or perhaps there is a novel you’ve been wanting to read for a while or DVD you’d like – the choice is completely yours!

The winner will be drawn at random by a random number generator at midnight GMT London on the 30th April 2012.

Terms and conditions

1. Should you win, you are willing for me to publish your name, home town and country on my website and facebook site as the winner.

2. This prize is not transferrable, and there are no alternative prizes.

3. The competition is open to all, irrespective of location.

4. The prize will be shipped within one week of the competition draw.

5. Please keep comments on this post to questions – no matter how tempting it might be to answer someone’s question it will make choosing a winner by a random number generator a lot easier if the list of comments just contains questions.

6. You may enter as many times as you like, with different questions.

7. One question per comment.


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37 Responses to Hennacat Prize Draw April – £15 Amazon Voucher!

  1. dorit vaknine says:

    how did the website start? id probably spend my voucher towards a kindle


    Do you do any workshops in northern ireland?

  3. Emma Gallagher says:

    Does Henna have to be red ink? Can you get other colours?

  4. G. L. says:

    How can I make my brown hair darker with Henna?

  5. zainab khan says:

    how long do henna designs last?

  6. Liz Simpson says:

    My hair is now quite grey in parts – will henna cover my hair without having lighter patches where the grey is?

  7. Lailli says:

    How long does Henna last as a hair colour, and what colours does it come in? Can it lighten dark hair?

  8. Mark Svolkinas says:

    Are there any laws in place regarding Henna tattoos as I have heard of people contracting blood bourne viruses from Henna tattoos done in foreign countries?

    • catharinehinton says:

      Hi Mark, Please could you use my contact page to send me some links to what you are talking about?

  9. Joanne Roper says:

    Hi, I was just wondering what ingredients are in the Henna and if it is suitable to be used of sensitive skin or skin with scarring? Thank You

  10. Amelia Kennedy says:

    Will putting Henna on my hair leave stains on my white bath?

  11. Emily says:

    I’m a total novice with Henna for body art; if you make a mistake while you’re drawing it on is there anything you can use to get rid of the incorrect marks so they don’t stain the skin and ruin your overall design? Does water work? Thanks!

  12. Rhonda says:

    What are the ingredients of Henna?

    • catharinehinton says:

      Hi Rhonda,
      I have written an article showing how to get great colour with henna for body art, this lists the ingredients in detail: Essentially, the ingredients for body art are:
      – Good quality henna powder
      – Lemon juice (without bits)
      – Glucose powder (to help keep the paste slightly moist and stuck to your skin
      – Certain essentials oils, with high levels of terpenes e.g. tea tree

      Thank you for your question 🙂

  13. Stefanie says:

    Once I`ve gotten a design drawn on me, what do I do to get a nice dark stain?

  14. Rebecca says:

    I’ve always wanted to know – are there other Henna colours?

  15. Rebecca says:

    Hi – I’ve seen I can ask more questions, so, is it common for people to have most of their body tattooed in Henna?

  16. Bex says:

    Where does the art of Henna originate from and why?

  17. Rebecca says:

    Are there any other colours for Henna dyes apart from the brown/dark red one you often see?

  18. Francesca says:

    What is the difference between your Hennacat Organic Rajasthani Henna Body Art for the quality of hair?

  19. Lailli says:

    How long do henna tattoos last for?

  20. Lailli says:

    Ooo another question I was wondering about – can Henna tattoos cover scars?

  21. Josh Clark says:

    Is henna Conpletely safe to use?

  22. Josh Clark says:

    Are henna tattoos waterproof?

  23. Thomasin says:

    Hi, will long term henna use cause any health issues- or benefits?

  24. Rebecca says:

    You can add coffee , chamomile, and other ingredients to alter the colour of henna when dyeing one’s hair. Can you add ingredients to henna for mendhi?

  25. Saz says:

    Why is Henna the BEST way to relax and get some body art? …

  26. Neha Sreepaul says:

    As you are a Henna designer, i’m sure that you somehow know about the importance of Henna in different cultures specially Indian culture. So what is the importance of applying henna on both hands and feet besides enlighting her beauty for a bride?

  27. Neha Sreepaul says:

    So, I want to ask you another question.
    Do you think that that the traditional way of applying henna still hold its importance in this contemporary world?

  28. Neha Sreepaul says:

    ”The occasion of Mehendi /Henna ceremony is often one of the most important pre-wedding rituals especially for the bride. It is a fun filled ritual, which is celebrated mainly by the bride’s family.” what are your views about it being a Henna artist?

  29. Emma Stokes says:

    Is there any way to make henna tattoos last longer? x

  30. Emma Stokes says:

    And do you come up with your henna designs yourself or do you use some kind of stencil? What do you use as inspiration? 🙂 x

  31. Is henna safe to use on pregnant women, do you have to be careful where you buy your ready mixed henna cones from? Do you have much information about the uses of henna in pre birth and postpartum practices?

  32. Kay says:

    Are there any legislations and/or codes of practice relating to henna in the UK?

  33. Josh Clark says:

    are there courses you can do to become more skilled in the art of henna?

  34. Lailli says:

    What colours can I get henna in for my hair?x

  35. catharinehinton says:

    Thank you everyone for your questions – I have lots and lots of answers to give you now! Answering your questions will take a little while, but I will answer every one.

    The winner of the competition will be announced shortly.

    The hennacat x

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