This episode of the mixtape mixology series is a classic East Coast-West Coast battle with Middle America officiating. We have Sarah Walter in the West, representing Seattle (pictured above). Deborah Brommer takes up the middle position, representing the flyover states from her home in Ohio. She’s the perfect person to middle because she is very tolerant of all types of henna, mixes, essential oils and even tools. She can roll with whatever is at hand which I found impressive. Representing my East Coast peeps is Rebecca Freedner, based in Vermont. No she does NOT mix her henna with maple syrup. Don’t listen to the haters!
The more I listen to all these mixes the more confused I am about what is best for me. I’m making small changes in how I mix henna, nothing too drastic because I need to be sure I have a good and consistent batch for working on clients. I think this winter I will have time to do some experimenting outside my comfort zone. What have you changed since you started listening to this mixtape series? Share in the comments. After this episode, there is one more in the series in which I am interviewed by our very own Nev.
I mention this in the podcast, but just a reminder to register for HennaCon if you haven’t already. I’ll be there teaching an Advanced Moroccan workshop with Noam Sienna, and also doing a live podcast with a bunch of awesomely creative people. Go to HennaCon.com to register and see you there in October!
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