Henna Tattoo for Cancer Patients

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Henna Tattoo

Henna tattoo on the crown of my head. It's as if people don't see the sickness as much as they do when your head is only bald-headed. They only seem and they see this beautiful artwork. And it's empowering. It's nice to feel almost normal again with a henna tattoo. - My name is Sarah Walters, and I'm healthy professionals Henna tattoo artist. The word, Henna Crown is being used to describe intricate Henna designs. They are applied to the scalp following hair loss.

Generally, so usually people will refer to Henna crowns. As being applied to people who've gone through chemotherapy. I initially began doing a henna tattoo crowns when my mom asked me to do one for her friend. she had recently lost her whisker during chemotherapy. I agreed to do it and it was a wonderful experience. From that point on, I knew that I wanted to continue to offer crowns for people. - My name's Vicki Sumner, and I have stage four breast cancer. Once cancer becomes stage four and it travels to other organs. It then becomes a terminal diagnosis and so everything we do, from here, is just trying to stay alive.

- I'll likely start, you are familiar with, at the front, maybe on this side or this side. - I originally looked for a Henna crown because I wanted to share a message on my brain. The content on the back supposes. Stage IV requirement more. Stage four breast cancer wants greater attention, for years it's been sort of swept under the rug, nobody wanted to talk about it because it's terminal cancer.

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When I go into get my Henna crown, it is like a spa-like suffer. Sarah scents it with lavender and it's tranquilizing and soothing. Sometimes I nod off a little bit. It takes about an hour, hour and a half, and it's just relaxing and you wake up and understand the beautiful artwork that she's come up with when you're finished. My daughter adores it when I come home and I have the Henna, she's like," Oh, you got it again! " - I think that everyone is beautiful in their own lane, and I can see the charm in these people that come to me, craving a crown henna tattoo, because they're displaying a lot of strength and resilience and fight.

At the same time, they're experiencing maybe a lack of confidence or, you are familiar with, suffering the loss of their fuzz and interesting thing that they're going through and when the crown that I do for them, makes them that boost of trust, it's just a really awesome feeling because it does induce them to seem a little more beautiful, I think in some cases. - So fairly. - Yay!

I'm so glad you like it. - I always believe that we should try to build other people smile during the day and that we should always do something kind for the people around us. Sarah's one of those people; Sarah's one of those people trying to make a small change to the people around her, by offering the Henna crowns to people suffering from cancer, simply stimulates "the worlds" a better place.( lively music ).

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