For those who do not want a permanent tattoo, a short-term tattoo will be an opportunity to experience more of this interesting art form.
The technique of temporary tattooing is not very demanding or requires a worker with special talent. All you have to do is follow the basic instructions and take special care of your skin to avoid damage or allergies.
Here are three popular short-term tattoos that you can consider choosing.
1. Spray tattoo
Spray tattooing is a refreshing experience that Skull 3D you can try this summer. Tattoo artists will use a device that sprays ink onto your skin to create a variety of intricate and unique tattoo patterns.
One advantage of spray tattooing is that you can freely use different colors to create a design that is smooth on the skin. In addition, special inks can help your tattoo glow in the dark, sparkle or give it a vintage look. The durability of inkjet ink is about 3-4 days.
2. Draw henna
Drawing henna is dubbed as one of the most sophisticated techniques of short-term tattoo art. Henna, also known as henna, is a plant that grows in arid regions of Africa, South Asia and northern Oceania.
Henna leaves are dried and pounded to a brownish indigo green color, then mixed with other ingredients such as water, lemon, flavoring... to paint on skin and fabrics.
In the past, henna tattoos were considered a popular cultural "specialty" in India. It brings a sacred religious beauty to newlyweds and young women. Today, henna is becoming more and more popular in the world, with simpler motifs but still not losing the inherent aesthetics and sophistication.
There are many pre-packaged henna drawing sets on the market. Before you buy, read the packaging carefully to make sure the ingredients are fresh and the source is clear. Once purchased, mix henna powder with sugar, tea or lemon juice as well as coffee depending on your preference.
After carefully painting with the mishwak brush and letting it sit viking women clothing overnight before rinsing it off, you'll see a really rich light brown henna on the skin. The color will gradually deepen and only start to fade after 2-3 weeks. To keep the tattoo permanent, you can apply baby oil to the tattoo before taking a bath to prevent soap from fading.
3. Sticky tattoo
The advantage of this form is that colorful textures, combined with creative designs, can be placed on any skin area of the body to show off their personality. This type does not require much time and effort because the implementation is very simple.
Peel off the protective nylon film, apply the tattoo to the skin, and then apply water to the surface of the patch. Note, do not stick tattoos on dirty skin, wounds or allergic rashes.
Tattoo stickers do not or very little harm to the skin. Moreover, they can easily be purchased at body care stores or shopping malls. This is the safest version of tattoo art both in the case of adults as well as children. Stickers will last from a few hours to several days depending on the characteristics of the tattoo ink, environmental conditions and ability to adhere to your skin.