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FAQ

Q: How do I book an appointment?

You can book private appointments by locating "Book A Slot" button on the header on the top right corner of the page, or simply click here. All relevant information on how to book, how long to book, the kind of designs you can do etc. can be found in the listing description. If you see no slots available for booking, it is because slots for the current month are all taken. Kindly wait for us to continually update slots at the end of every month!


q: How does it work?

You can either bring a set design you would like to have inked, or come with a few design references so we can come up with a customised design for you on the spot. You can also verbally tell us what you would like (e.g. whale + rose + triangle in 1 tattoo) and we can come up with something for you. We DO NOT do advance designing/drafting unless an illustration fee is paid.


Q: How much do you charge?

Prices vary per design, but on AVERAGE from and not limiting to $20-60 (for Jagua and White henna) depending on size, placement and intricacy of designs. You can contact us with your intended design for a more accurate price quote.


Q: How long does it last?

1-5 days for waterproof white henna, & 10-14 days for Jagua ink. Longevity of  a stain depends on your skin, where you put it, your aftercare and also the types of activities that you do. Generally, the thinner the skin, the shorter it will last. Body parts prone to wash/sweat also means it will fade faster i.e. your palms and fingers.


Q: What is Jagua ink?

It is an organic fruit based dye made from the Jagua fruit that works like henna, but it stains like the colour of a real tattoo. NOTE that if you're allergic to tropical fruits, especially berries, you might be allergic to Jagua ink so message us to arrange for a patch test if you wish. It is also not advisable to draw on eczema patches.


Q: What is white henna?

Henna is again, never white. The white henna that we use is adhesive body paint that sticks onto the surface of your skin, rather than staining it like normal henna and jagua do. That means the whiteness of the henna can be stained easily by agents such as sweat during the duration it is on your skin. As it sits on your skin, it is also possible to scrub/remove it anytime you wish to.


q: how long must i leave it on for?

Jagua & white henna takes about 15-30 minutes to dry on average, so touching is a NO-NO! You have to leave Jagua on for 3 hours before you can wash it off with water. Further aftercare instructions can be found under the ‘Aftercare’ tab on our website.


Q: Is there a catalogue of designs I can choose from?

We do not limit the designs our clients can select from, so clients are welcomed to request for any design found online. However, you can view our portfolio/past works on www.instagram.com/henn.drawn to get some ideas.


Q: Can I book you FOR events?

Yes! We cover all sorts of events. Even if it is not listed here or unheard of, we are sure we can work something out together. Do fill in the Private Hire Form (Under "Events" tab) with the relevant info (no. of pax expected, date, time, duration, expected services etc) and we'll get back to you shortly.


q: Do you teach?

Yes! You can book for our classes under the “Workshop” tab on our website. It is 101% beginner friendly so don’t be afraid to join even if you have absolutely no experience in drawing!