Spread the henna design on a table of hard surface and lay a plastic sheet or clear glass on it to cover it completely.
Hold the henna cone between the thumb and your index and middle finger of the right hand (if you are a right-hander). Remember, holding the cone correctly is very important.
Take the pin out of the tip of the cone and squeeze a small amount of henna on a piece of tissue paper. Keep on squeezing until all black and thick henna is gone.
Now start applying the henna on the glass, following the design.
Once you have created your design, the flowers and petals, it’s the time to give it a flow with the accent marks. Squeeze a bit of the henna to make a round point, and then lift it with a bit of curve so that it gets the shape of a small comma.
Create another comma next to the first one, following the shape of the design. For example if you are creating accent marks around a petal, make the little commas progressively smaller or larger.
Make these points and commas of different sizes to accent your henna tattoos and give them some flow.