Luki and Anita show us how to carefully apply beautiful Inkwear temporary tattoos. Shop tattoos (go straight on, look great!!) and custom tattoos (need cutting out and de-shiny-fication). Please try not to get so carried away and choose custom designs from this century.
In Words? Ok
Pick a smooth, dry and clean area of skin.
Cut out the image removing all white space.
Remove the transparent film and place the Inkwear face down onto skin.
Wet the whole of the backing paper using a cloth and wait 20 seconds.
Slide the backing paper away to reveal your Inkwear temporary tattoo.
Remove the gel residue with a dry cloth.
Allow to dry or talc & wash to remove any shine.
Inkwear should last between 1 and 5 days in good condition. It is waterproof and easily removed with baby oil or alcohol. Avoid the eye area, do not apply to sensitive skin and keep out of direct sunlight. All Inkwear designs are safe and non-toxic but are not recommended for ages 5 and below, if a reaction occurs simply remove with oil based products. Any queries call 02075034139.
For more refined Inkwear results:
Choose hair-free areas away from moving joints and try to avoid stretching the design for the first hour or so.
As a rule the larger the temporary tattoo, the longer it will last so you should be careful with the more delicate Inkwear designs such as wrist chains.
Think carefully about where to put your Inkwear. The designs are most affected by rubbing so consider this when applying.
Inkwear usually appears shiny or wrinkly when first applied, this shine disappears as the special glues dry but if you can’t wait you may want to use a hair dryer or try powdering (with talc/makeup) and then washing the tattoo.
Although the Inkwear you receive in the post may be already semi hand-cut you should always cut out the image yourself as close to the ink as possible.
Be creative with the tattoos. You can cut, trim, shape, join and place them however you like.
Finally Inkwear recommends rubbing in baby oil as the most effective method of removing your temporary tattoo.
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