Hackney Henna House is a London based company founded by Primary School Teacher and accredited Henna Artist, Nora Aalit. Her designs are slightly on the funkier side, expressing a preference for the contemporary over traditional. Using her educational expertise, she has successfully collaborated with schools and companies such as Hackney Arts and The Museum of London, and featured in The Londonist and Time Out for her workshops in Henna Design. This year HHH has been seen at Community London, Victoria Point East and Wireless Festival at Finsbury Park, as well as being invited to Smithfield’s 150th Birthday Celebrations.
Smithfield 150th Birthday Party 2018, a collaboration with Culture Mile London and The Museum of London.
There aren’t many artists that can claim to have ‘Avada Kedavra’d’ the palms of the insanely talented Ezra Miller. HHH recently attended the Premiere of Fantastic Beasts- The Crimes of Grindelwald after having had the amazing opportunity to tattoo the legendary killing curse on the star’s palms to form two symmetrical triangles for the carpet! We can certainly agree that he wore it magically.
Hackney Henna House was in the Radio X House for Global’s ‘Make Some Noise’ charity event, whereby James, the producer, coerced by Chris, Pippa, and Dominic agreed to tattoo his girlfriend’s name on his neck! Using Jagua (a blue temporary tattoo), the name Chelsea will be adorning his neck for a minimum of 3 months he was told. (10 days in real life). Excellent!