Henna tattoo in the city of Fez
In Muslim countries, the henna plant enjoys a particular rank rooted in time. Its presence in Morocco is linked to various occasions and to each event its own meaning, it symbolizes the happiness and joy of the wedding, birth, circumcision and fasting festivals ... Some Moroccans believe in its virtues to provide the luck and rejection of jealousy, therefore, many people resort to it during the month of Chaaban, the seventh month of pregnancy and marriages.
It is also considered a source of beauty for both men and women. It is applied to the hair and beard to cover white hair and give radiance to the skin and tattooed with hands and feet.