09 25 2016
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Somalian immigrant Zhara Mohammed demonstrates the art of Henna on the arm of a volunteer at the Sellwood-Moreland Library-sponsored event in Sellwood Park. Henna is a natural dye made from plant leaves that is made into a paste for which Somalian women, as well as other women around the globe, decorate their hands and feet. Designs stay on the skin for about one week. The demonstration was part of Sellwood's Sundae in the Park event.

 

 


 

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