EarthHenna®

Paint the Body Beautiful

Jagua from Head to Toe

Tamera laughing, with black jagua tattoo

People just love having painted hands. There’s something so exotic and tribal and just plain gorgeous about adorning your hands with a beautiful temporary tattoo; not to mention watching the surprised and delighted looks on people’s faces as they catch a glimpse of your unexpectedly decorated hands, as you talk animatedly about something, or make a motion, or reach for a glass. Look at this cool design, which graces the cover of our Earth Jagua Black Temporary Tattoo Kit:

Earth Jagua Classic Kit - Plum

Fabulous, right? But ladies and gentlemen, why stop at your hands? Once you have your Earth Jagua gel in hand, why not consider your entire body a canvas? Jagua gives you the appearance of having a permanent tattoo, so why not go to town? If you could tattoo your legs, your back, the back of your neck, your chest, your feet…what design would you choose? At Earth Henna, our tag line is “Paint the body beautiful.” So, no surprise, we recommend experimentation! Check out these beautiful designs (from our original Earth Jagua Classic Kit):

Earth Jagua Classic Kit - Black

Feeling inspired? Go for it! Our Earth Jagua gel is all-natural—it is not black henna, nor does it contain henna. The mesmerizing blue/black color comes from the jagua fruit, which grows deep in the Peruvian Amazon jungle. The Matsés people, who we’ve been working with for eight years, climb the trees, collect the fruit, peel it, and grate it to get the pulp, which is then squeezed to get the juice. That juice is shipped to us here in Los Angeles, where the juice is used as the base for our Earth Jagua gel. No trees are cut down to create our product, and it is, hands down, the best jagua gel available anywhere. We’re biased—but we’re right!

There’s a 15% off sale on all henna and jagua kits (and white henna kits, and all beauty products too!) at www.earthhenna.com until April 21. And if you spend $35, you get free shipping!

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