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    WORK HARD~ This little video was taken today during my class “TAQLIDIA: Moroccan Bridal Henna Designs” . . . . look at all these artists working so hard . . . . They are doing an amazing job . . . feel priviliged that i can teach them how to create authentic Moroccan bridal designs . Compared to popular Indian and Arabic designs Moroccan is totally different and it’s not easy to master the traditional desi . . .

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    HENNAPASTE STRUGGLE~ Yes even after 20 years of Henna experience , i can still manage to mess up my henna paste looool . Thank God it is a very rare thing to happen but here it did . . . . i wasn’t focussing , I didn’t paid attention , was doing 1001 things at the same time and when i started doing this design i realised i messed my henna paste up . . . . maybe when you are not an Henna Artist it will be . . .

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    TAQLIDIA~ 1/3 Traditional Moroccan design , even though the music is Algerian 😜 I just love it 💕 I'm preparing for @henna_huddle , UK Henna conference , held in London 10-11-12 november 2017 . One of the classes that i will teach is " Taqlidia: Moroccan Bridal Henna Masterclass " For me that means back to my artistique roots . Because even though nowadays i don't do bridal henna parties often anym . . .

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    CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS IN HENNA OR DON’T CALL MY WORK MOROCCAN~ (I couldn’t choose so two titles this time) Many times my Henna work is mistaken for Moroccan in terms of style . (I’m of mixed heritage Dutch and Moroccan) And yes there are some of my designs that are traditional Moroccan if you want to know which ones exactly , read my captions and read my tags . . . if it says #fessi or #authentic # . . .