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The colour of the mehendi design is also meant to serve as an oracle. The deeper the colour, the happier and more prosperous will their married life be. The darkness or lightness of the colour also reveals the level of protection that the gods will give the couple during their union. Once the mehendi paste starts cracking after application in 15 to 20 minutes, a solution of white sugar and lemon juice is applied over it to help in remoistening and darkening. The painted area is then wrapped with tissue, plastic, or medical tape to lock in body heat, creating a more intense colour on the skin. This is kept for about four to six hours or even overnight and then removed. When first washed, the designs are in pale orange, which gradually darkens to reddish brown due to oxidation over a period of 24 to 72 hours. This colour can remain upto three weeks depending on the type of henna used, on the body part used and the maintenance. Thicker skin stains longer and darker than thinner skin. Moisturising regularly with coconut oil, sesame oil or any other natural oil helps to prolong the lifetime of the henna. Due to the desire for a tattoo black effect of mehendi, many people add dye p-Phenylenediamine, a synthetic agent to the mehendi. However, such preparations should be avoided as they can cause severe allergic reactions. The best mehendi is natural mehendi, obtained by the use of hand ground leaves, mixed with oil, tea extracts and turmeric.

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