Our top-of-the-line ORa Moroccan style syringe tips are great for all types
of henna and henna techniques and combine with our exclusive anti-fatigue
bottles (the softest applicator bottles available). ORa Moroccan style tips are
great for all types of henna paste including stringy henna paste. The ORa
polished stainless steel tips are the highest quality tips available for henna.
These metal tips are polished on the inside of the tips to allow your henna to
flow beautifully with less clogging.
Questions about the differences in ORa bottles and Jac bottles?
Click the "Helpful Information" tab above.
What are the Differences Between Henna Applicator Bottles?
Henna applicator bottles make applying henna easy, especially for henna
beginners. We offer 2 different styles of henna applicator bottles, Jac tips
with soft squeeze bottles and ORa Moroccan tips with extra soft anti-fatigue
Standard Soft Squeeze Bottles vs. Beachcombers Anti-Fatigue Bottles
soft squeeze henna bottles are what you find all over the web and are compatible
with both Jac tips and ORa tips. They do a nice job and are easy to handle,
but they can be very hard on your hands, causing cramping. This means you have
to keep them as full as possible to keep your hands from cramping, and you will
have more henna waste because you can't get to the bottom of the bottle.
Standard squeeze bottles are offered in 1/2 ounce and 1 ounce sizes. The 1/2
ounce size is slightly softer than the 1 ounce size and is easier on the hands.
These are the only bottles that work with Jac tips. They also work with ORa
tips, but why use these when the anti-fatigue bottles work with the ORa tips?
Extra soft anti-fatigue bottles are exclusively made for Beachcombers and
are a positive luxury! We worked for over a year to get these special bottles
made for us, that are positively the softest henna bottles on the market. What does this mean
for you? It means less hand-cramping and less waste! You can henna for MUCH
longer before having to stop to refill the henna bottle. This means you will henna
Anti-fatigue bottles are offered in 1/2 ounce and 1 ounce sizes. The 1 ounce is
actually softer than the half ounce which is great news for professional henna
artists and for anyone that uses a great deal of henna. Anti-fatigue bottles are
compatible with our stainless steel ORa Moroccan tips. Anti-fatigue bottles are
NOT compatible with Jac tips.
ORa Moroccan Tip Bottles (with anti-fatigue extra soft squeeze bottles)
top-of-the-line ORa Moroccan stainless steel tips are compatible with the extra
soft anti-fatigue henna bottles. This style tip, made of polished medical grade
stainless steel, is a welcome improvement from Jaq tips. ORa tips are
exclusive to us at Beachcombers. Five
sizes of metal tips are available (20, 19, 18, 16, 14 gauge) from the finest
possible line to nice heavy lines that are great for filling tribal henna designs.
In addition to being easy to control, ORa Moroccan applicators are polished
inside of the blunt syringe tip. This makes the henna slide
through the tips smoothly, which means fewer clogs! ORa Moroccan henna tips
attach to bottles using syringe couplers which screw on to the mouth of the
applicator bottles. These are much easier (and less messy) to remove to refill
your henna bottle than the jaq bottle nips. These are what I personally
Extra soft anti-fatigue bottles are only compatible with Beachcombers ORa tips.
Jac Tip Bottles (Jaq, Jacquard Bottles)
style henna tip is a great mid-range henna applicator tip. Jaq bottles have been
used for henna for years and offer 3 different size tips in a cone shape (.05,
.07, .09). These applicators are easy to control and attach to a plastic nip
that goes in the mouth of the bottle.
Extra soft anti-fatigue bottles are NOT compatible with Jac tips.
We still offer Jac tips because there are people that learned on them and do not
want to use anything else. If you are new to henna, go with the ORa tips and
anti-fatigue bottles. They are a better product at a lower price.
sure which kit to get or what henna products you need?
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during normal business hours for additional
help (email Jody, personally, for specific henna questions,
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