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In theory, henna tattoos should be a rad alternative to the real deal.
There will also be live music, carnival games, henna tattoos, face painting and shopping from vegan, cruelty-free vendors.
One man with a long beard, colored orange with henna, pulled away from the group.
The artist uses saffron, hibiscus, borage tea, henna, coffee and other natural dry materials to create colors.
There is a collection of camels sitting in the sand, ready to ride; a henna artist to adorn arms and hands with intricate designs; and a row of hookahs for post-dinner puffing.
Nearby, other larger-than-life-size women feature equally luxuriant tresses, teeming with syncretic mixtures of colorful birds, fireworks, henna designs, snakes, chains, panthers, clenched fists and figures with batons.
At the World Refugee Day Celebration on Saturday in City Heights, there was Iraqi dancing, Burmese traditional music, henna tattooing and bedazzled headscarves for sale.
The event will feature music performed by members of Akron's immigrant community, including Nepali folk band Druk Fusion, as well as cultural food from local restaurants, drinks, henna tattoos and a silent auction.
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: a reddish-brown dye used especially for coloring hair or skin
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