AWARD WINNING HENNA ARTIST
Renu was voted the “Best of Body Art” in Sacramento Magazine, as well as “Best Sacramento
Henna Artist” in Sacramento News and Review. She does all her designs freehand and can
complete practically any design that her clients would like. Her expertise is in traditional
Hindu, tribal, Celtic and any custom design.
She is the most sought after henna artist in California. Her art is displayed by thousands of
happy, satisfied clients at Fine Art and Wine Festivals, Harvest Festivals, Renaissance Fairs
and Holistic Body Mind and Spirit Expos.
Henna parties are also a part of her busy schedule. These intimate gatherings are a way
people can enjoy the mystique and ethnic allure right in their own homes.
Henna parties are also a part of her busy schedule. These intimate gatherings are a way people
can enjoy the mystique and ethnic allure right in their own homes. To enhance your party, Renu can
meet with you to plan the exotic Indian cuisine and traditional attire to make your party more fun and
BY THE NUMBERS
Clients I have
done Henna on
AURA OF HENNA
Henna is a sacred geometry of symbols which are applied by getting a FREE reading.
Use your personalized sacred symbols as an offering and the color left behind is a blessing.
Experience “PRAYERS TO WEAR” with Renu Lal, renowned henna artist, gifted intuitive healer and
palm reader. A native of New Delhi, India, Renu has the ability to tune in with your energy and draw
your personalized SACRED SYMBOLS. Renu will guide and educate you about the meanings of
traditional symbols and discuss which ones best enhance your life purpose.
Renu is well-versed in the customary Indian wedding rituals,
personal and spiritual henna healing and will travel across the
country to provide her services.
“In my culture, Henna conjures up images of romance and creates an aura of glamor. It is referred to as the unspoken language of women.
Henna, also known as Mehndi, is an ancient Indian prayer of sacred symbols.
Henna prayers are the formations of intricate ethnic, contemporary or exotic designs on various parts of the body. Sacred symbols are traditionally applied to the hands and feet of women preparing for special ceremonies and needs.”