Jessica Simpson’s Good Luck Henna Tattoo

  • Pin it

Jessica Simpson’s personal life unhappy ventures make the rounds of Internet with every fresh happening. So this comes as very little surprise seeing her going round and round with her new do: a Henna tattoo.

Authentically and typically Indian, the design worn by Jess is usually worn by single Indian women at wedding ceremonies. (the story continues right after the jump!)

Jessica simpson Henna Tattoo

The elaborate temporary Henna tattoo could take several hours to apply and Jessica got it on her business trip to India where she’s filming her upcoming “Price of Beauty”, the new reality show with Jessica Simpson, documenting the beauty in various cultures, soon on VH1.

Have you ever tried Henna tattoos? If the answer is yes, where they meaningful in any traditional way? Or a temporary symbol just like the ink used to make them? (photos via 1, 2)

Jessica simpson tattoo


#1 Ellington on 10.30.09 at 9:47 am

I honestly hope that Jessica finds the happy for her life. I really felt sad for her when her dog was taken by coyotes. :(
I find henna tattoos interesting and culturally beautiful. I have never had one myself but I have admired the ones my friends who are from India, wear when they go to a wedding.
Jessica’s show sounds interesting.

#2 Adriana on 11.02.09 at 8:53 am

Hmm, I hope Jessica has grown more since Newlyweds and she has really something to say with substance.

The henna tattoo is beautiful. I’ve done it once or have let it done of course. A Moroccan girl did it for me. It looked great even with my freckles. I was very sad due to something and this would make me happier according to her culture. I don’t know if I imagined it and what does it matter but it made me feel better. It was sad to see it fade away but so did my sadness. :)

#3 Lisaa Lloyd on 06.22.12 at 3:15 pm

I’ve had henna done to me at times, rarely though, i like them, not in the traditional way but just like them, its a nice tradition to have in your culture, i see henna as a way to get a non-permanent tattoo that really lasts long. I disagree with tattoos as they ruin you forever, and once it’s done there’s no going back, so that’s the good thing about hennas, you can renew the designs, not have to look at the same thing again(eventually hate it).The designs of henna are pretty but i mostly like the simple ones and the complex ones, not so much. And as for Jessica Simpsons, i hope she gets her happiness once again… xx

Leave a Comment