8 Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners

Arabic designs look complex because of their free flowing patterns, bolder lines and shading styles. But they are not as intricate and complex as Indian mehndi designs. If you wish to learn to sketch Arabic mehndi designs, then read on. Below are 8 simple Arabic mehndi designs for beginners that are fun, beautiful and most of all trouble-free.

1. Dainty Floral Slave Bracelet

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners -Dainty Floral Slave Bracelet

All you need to do is draw the same flower in different sizes, starting from the tip of your finger down till your wrist and connect them with dotted lines. You can either choose to sketch bold lines to draw the flowers or keep it simple. The spiral petals in these flowers look gorgeous and very delicate, and make for one of the most stunning simple Arabic mehndi designs for beginners.

2. Coloured Fingertips & Blooming Flower

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Coloured Finger Tips & Blooming Flower

Draw concentric circles to draw the flower. You can either choose to draw petals outside alternate circles or every circle. Finish the outermost parallel lines with a patch of three-leaf clover. Fill in the middle ring and the tips of the fingers with mehndi. It is a very dainty design that even the bridesmaids can adorn beautifully.

3. Floral Vine

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Floral Vine

This is another easy one that can be drawn. Draw it on your palm or the back of your hand. Be it full flowers or half flowers, the emphasis has to be on bold lines and dark cores. Start by drawing a flower just below your wrist. And continue to draw flowers up till the fingertips. You can also choose to go down, as far as you like. Don’t forget to shade the petals of the flowers with finer lines. It looks like a garland or a vine of flowers. Feminine, beautiful and just so fresh.

4. Flower & Paisley

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Flower & Paisley

No bold lines. No complex sketches. Just one flower and three four paisleys. That’s all you have in this design. And to make it more beautiful, add a few long leaves and a dotted chain dropping from the middle finger. It gives an impression of you adorning a slave bracelet on your hand. And don’t we all love our accessories? Be it gold, silver or mehndi, they just look spectacular!

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5. Vines Of Leaves

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Vines Of Leaves Design

Although there is not much in this design, yet it reflects beauty and absolute charm. Just draw parallel lines with mehndi-filled leaves. It looks very chic and fashionable too. This is one of those simple Arabic mehndi designs for hands for beginners that you can wear to a friend’s party or when you are going on a holiday to the beach.

6. Shaded Concentric Circles

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Shaded Concentric Circles Design

Parallel lines are sketched to draw concentric circles — quarter circles, semi-circles and clouds of circles. They are filled in the finer lines of mehndi that reflect shading in the circles. These circles are adorned by long and delicate leaves. If you can draw parallel lines, petals and leaves, then this will be a piece of cake for you.

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7. Beautiful Butterfly

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Beautiful Butterfly

Don’t we all love butterflies? But trust us when we say this, drawing a butterfly is just not difficult. Draw the wings of the butterfly — one looks like a wavy heart and the other looks like a soft paw. Use bolder lines to draw the boundary and fill the wings with multiple spirals that look like snails all coiled together. For the body of the butterfly, draw a circle for the head, an eye shape for the middle body, and a little heart for the bottom. Colour the head with mehndi and fill the rest of the body with parallel lines. And for the antennae, draw bold, dainty spirals. There, you have a beautiful butterfly, one of the easiest-to-draw from our selection of simple Arabic mehndi designs for beginners.

8. Black & Red

Simple Arabic Mehndi Designs For Beginners - Black & Red

Arabic designs use black and dark brown mehndi. And this design is a beautiful example of it. All you need to do is draw bold petals and leaves with the black mehndi, and leave a little space for colouring the leaves and the core of the flowers with red mehndi. The two colours, along with the black petals and leaves add character. Hope you liked our selection of simple Arabic mehndi designs for hands for beginners.

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