Cones, bottles, and sealants
Are you a "bottle baby" or a "cone head"? I guess neither one sounds that appealing does it... Well unless you want to use a twig to apply your henna you should probably choose a cone or bottle for creating accurate, fine lines. If you've never done henna before, some people find bottles to be easier at first as it feels more like a pen in your hand. Cones are soft and easy on the wrist/hand and are usually the instrument of choice for people who do a lot of henna. However, there are a few famous bottle babies out there like Lisa at Kenzi Henna and Nic at Nomad Heart. Try both and let us know what you think! Our mylar cones are made of a thicker mylar for a nice sturdy tip. Bottles have the advantage of interchangeable tip sizes and they are a green option being that they are reusable. In fact the plastic gets softer with age, so the longer you keep your bottles they easier they are to use.