Henna Crowns

SARAHENNA offers henna crowns by donation.

Henna has received some press as an adornment for the head. Many women who experience hair loss after chemotherapy want an alternative to wigs and hats - especially during summertime. A beautiful henna design is a positive and uplifting experience during a time that is often filled with worry and stress.

Sarah's henna crowns have been featured on ABC News, People Magazine, Buzzfeed, NBC's Evening Magazine and more.

Thank you again for giving me such an incredible gift. I feel like a walking work of art! We so enjoyed getting to know you. You are an amazing artist and such a gracious person.
— Kayla H.
I just wanted to thank you again for the gift of the beautiful henna crown. I get compliments daily. People have said I look beautiful. It has been so uplifting! My oncologist and the cancer center loved it.
— Cynthia Q.
Thank you, thank you, not only for the beautiful art but also for the relaxing and welcoming day you made for me. Warm tea, warm home, warm company, warm henna...pure joy.
— Lori T.
The henna crown was so beautiful. And still is!! ... I also think it is wonderful that you offer the henna crown for free to cancer patients. It is such a positive memory during a time that can be filled with scary stressful ones.
— Chris V.
Thank you for helping me to feel beautiful with the crown.
— Jenn M.

Resources

Weldon Barber - Head shaving services in downtown Seattle and Redmond. I've received wonderful feedback from past clients.

Soulumination - "Soulumination celebrates the lives of children and parents facing life-threatening conditions by providing professional photographs of these special individuals and their families, free of charge." I have personally met and worked with Soulumination's gracious and caring founder, Lynette Johnson.

Want to create a crown yourself?

Henna Crown Kit
from 32.00
 

Dedication

This page is dedicated to Ruby, whom I had the honor and privilege of hennaing with this tree of life in 2012. Photo and permission graciously given by Kate Smith.

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