Remember those wet on tattoos you’d get in magazines as a child? How cool were they! This is the new, improved more sophistacted version! Tttattoo.com recently got in contact with me and explained what they are and offered to send me a temporary tattoo to review! What more awesome about this is when you order, you can create a custom one – using pictures they have or even finding a high quality image of the design you want (which is what I did with one of these!).
The design I chose was a flower in a sort of henna-like design. Unfortunately I couldn’t find the picture big enough anywhere so I had to have it smaller and change where I was going to put it which is fine and I love where it’s ended up! Here’s how you apply them (just the same as when you were young).
So first of all you cut as close to the tattoo design as you can (I couldn’t find thin enough scissors so I just left it but I definitely reccomend you do as it will help it look more realistic!). Then decide on where you want it to be printed onto your skin.
Then peel the plastic layer off the front of the paper and place face down on the skin. Then wet with a damp cloth and keep on there a good 10-30 seconds.
Then once you’ve let it stay wet for a while, peel off the white paper and see your design!
Here’s what I’ve ended up with! The tattoos show up quite shiny and bold when you first apply them. After a few hours they calm down and look awesome!
After 2 hours:
*These tattoos were sent for me to blog about, but my view is completely my own. As a lover of tattoos I’ve really enjoyed playing with these and it has helped me decided on what to get permenantley on myself. The only down was the placement of the tattoo on the neck, I wouldn’t recommened placing these temporary tattoos here as it’s somewhere you move alot – causes a lot of creasing!*
You can check these guys out for yourself at http://www.tttattoo.com
UPDATE: Just had a twenty minute shower around 3 hours after I applied the tattoos and they haven’t even budged!