Hairdresser Paramjit Kaur paints a traditional Indian henna design on a client's hand in Kent, Wash.
March 25, 2013 Henna tattoos have become a popular beach souvenir and tween fashion accessory. But some are made not with the henna plant, but with a chemical that can cause a painful allergic reaction, the Food and Drug Administration warns.
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