Who We Are

The International Certification for Natural Henna Arts (ICNHA) is a volunteer peer assessment for henna artists to certify they use only natural, chemical-free henna and understand the cultural and traditional uses of henna.

What We Do

The objective of this examination is to test and certify a henna artist’s understanding of the fundamental principles of henna, skin, hygiene, safety, culture, and traditions. If an artist knows these principles, the artist can more effectively serve a diverse clientele safely, effectively, and sensitively.

Why We Do It

Henna is a beautiful and safe art form, but when used improperly with the use of chemical dyes and questionable mixing procedures, it can be harmful and disfiguring. Our goal is to ensure your safety and the safety of the client through promoting the best and safest ways to employ your art form.

Featured Artist – Nekane Axpe Caballero

Nekane Axpe Caballero of Henna Las Palmas in Spain is this week's featured artist. A member since 2016 she is only 1 of 2 members from Spain. Check out her ICNHA profile or contact her through her website, ...
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