Indian Mehendi is a culture that natives cannot leave behind. It is engraved in their minds, heart and soul. This sort of henna body art is so important to Indian women of all ages. Even their little girls love to get their hands and feet decorated. Mostly, you will find that Indian Mehendi is very advanced and creative. There are many patterns that can be drawn on hands. Some depict flowers and others emulate temple paintings. It is also possible to find bird designs, including the so called peacock mehendi designs. We will discuss these kinds in the rest of this article.
A Peacock image on your hands
As we know the peacock bird, it is so colorful and proud. It is aware of its beauty and likes to flaunt it. The same thing is natural for women. They must decorate their body parts to show others that they are proud of their physical attributes. And one way of decorating your hands, as they are easily seen by all, is having a peacock mehendi drawn. One of the most suitable designs for your wrist and palm features a medium sized bird image that ends just where your fingers start.
It is then surrounded by subtle details like dots. For your fingers, the designer adds simple floral-like patterns where the index finger’s flower is a continuation from the peacock’s tail feather. Another design covers your lower arm. It looks extremely creative and complex. The peacock motif is blended with winding lines, dots, flowers and other details that it is hard to trace its body. All the same, this is a nice mehendi pattern done with black henna only.
Red Mehendi peacock on palms
The bird design is concentrated on the body of your palm and it is done so attractively. Then at the fingers, finger tips and a tiny part of the wrist has cute little accents. You will look like you are wearing a flowery bracelet.
Peacock design for brides
Done purely with black henna, a design consisting of an oversize peacock enclosed in a beautiful frame of geometrical symbols is so irresistible. The peacock’s head features like the beak are so clear and noticeable. You will love this pattern which covers your lover arm. There is another variation covering half of your lower arms. Featuring a a clearly drawn bird covering most of the palm on the side of the little finger, this bridal mehendi patterns is done in black. The peacock is bordered on the side of the thumb, stretching to the root of all other fingers, with two wavy lines.
Tattoo Peacock for upper arm
If you would love to wear a temporary tattoo, a peacock design can be printed on your upper arm. It should be done with black henna and be large enough to be easily noticeable. Modern ladies that move with the times will love this one.