Moroccan Henna Art by Hand of Fatima
The online platform to learn about Authentic Moroccan Henna Art
My name is Fatima Oulad Thami
Moroccan Henna Art Expert & International Instructor. And I like to welcome you to my teaching space on the internet.
Let me show you the Masterclasses that are available on this website
How to mix henna the Moroccan way
In this masterclass you will learn to prepare natural henna paste according to the Moroccan Henna tradition with only natural ingredients that are safe for skin and health.
Serious Syringe Workout
Learn how the henna syringe works. The tool Moroccan Neqachet (henna artists) are famous for. Learn the differences between the glass ones and the plastic ones, learn the right grip, how to fill it and how to clean it. Learn how to control the flow and pressure and you are good to go.
Henna Drills before Henna Thrills
Moroccan neqachet (henna artists) are famous for their flow. They can maintain a high speed while they work because every individual pattern is drawn in a certain way that contributes to the flow. You will learn exactly how to draw (with a syringe) these patterns. And we keep on repeating until you can execute them while maintaining their distinctive look.
Fessi; the (he)art of Moroccan Henna
Morocco knows a variety of different henna styles. The one that is worldwide referred to "Moroccan Henna" is actually Fessi style. In this course you will learn my renowned 5 steps method to create any Fessi Henna design you like. Say bye bye to drawing from examples. Once you master my method you will be able to do it freestyle.
Capture your Art, Tell your Story
Even though I'm not a photographer, I always make sure that my photo's not only represent the story that I tell but also the quality I aspire as a businessowner. In this course I will teach you how to make your photo's stand out and meet your artistic vision. After all a picture is worth a thousand words.
Khamsa fi 'ayneq
This Moroccan spell can be literally translated to 5 on your eyes and is related to the protective powers that are, in folk belief, attributed to a Hand of Fatima amulet. Learn everything I know about this amulet that goes under different names such as khmissa or tafoust and find out why this knowledge is relevant for your Henna Art.
Better known as tizerzit or tiseghnest, the silver fibulae worn by Timazighen (Berber women) is not only a famous piece of jewelry in Morocco, it is also used as a symbol in Henna Art. In this course you will learn about the meaning and it's significance. Together we will draw different models.
Celebration of Sisterhood
According to Moroccan traditions Henna (art) is part of all kinds of celebrations. The most well known is of course is marriage rituals. But you don't have to get married to get a Henna Party! In this Masterclass I will show you what a Moroccan (henna) party is like. I focus on different rituals and meanings and how you can incorporate them in your celebrations. I will inspire you to organize a Moroccan Henna party for you and your family and/or friends. Let's get the Haflah started!
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