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A temporary tattoo is a non-permanent image on the skin resembling a real tattoo. Temporary tattoos can be drawn, painted, or airbrushed, as a form of body painting, but most of the time these tattoos are transferred to
the skin. Temporary tattoos of any kind are used for numerous purposes including self-expression and identification.
Temporary transfer tattoos
- Modern temporary transfer tattoos are made of ink and glue. In this process, the tattoo is applied to the outer surface of the skin and remains until such time as the image fades away (typically after 3-5 days) or is removed.
- Henna tattoos, also known as Mehndi, is another form of temporary tattoo. Henna tattoos can last days to over a month depending on application and aftercare.
Temporary airbrush tattoos
- They are applied to the surface of the skin and do no damage to the skin.
Ballpoint pen tattoos
- Ballpoint tattoos can be left to fade at a natural rate or washed off at the wearers discretion.
Applying temporary tattoo
- #1 Pick which tattoo you'd like to use.
- #2 Peel off the clear plastic surface that protects the tattoo.
- #3 Place the image face-down on your body.
- #5 Choose a spot on your body to position the tattoo.
- #6 Firmly press a damp (but not soaking) cloth or sponge over the back of the tattoo.
- #6 Hold it in that position for at least 60 seconds.
- #7 Take off the cloth/sponge.
- #8 Gently grab a corner of the paper with two fingers and slowly peel off a little bit.
- #9 Wait another minute for it to dry, remembering to not move the area you tattooed so it'll stay smooth.
- #10 And hey presto!
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