Friday, 20 July 2012

Temporary Tattoos

Fake Tattoos*


Hi dolls,

So when you think of temporary tattoos you think of the times when you were younger and you'd get a free set of temporary tattoos from sweets. However this image is now changing as temporary tattoos are a great way of changing your look whether it's for a night out or even festival.

Fake Tattoo's once applied usually last around 3-10 days and are really easy to apply. You can choose from a vast array of designs from the Fake Tattoo's website including make your own tattoos. They have tattoo's ranging from 90p to £5. 

So once you have chosen your design the rest is really easy: (especially if you did these as a kid)

1. Grab your design and remove the plastic film on top of the design
2. Place the design anywhere on your body
3. Apply a sponge or damp cloth on top of the tattoo for 60 seconds
4. Once you have done so carefully remove the paper
5. Tadaa you are left with your design


So like I said they are really easy to do, and do last for a great time considering you just pop them on with a bit of water. I found mine lasted around a week with good wear (including wearing a watch and bracelets over it). However if you have had enough of the tattoo you can get rid of them quite easily with water and some good scrubbing.

The good thing with these is that they are FDA tested and non-toxic so they won't cause any harm to your skin. Something that was a big plus for me as I have been suffering from sensitive skin lately - if you saw my neck it looks like it's been attacked by my straighteners. 

What I love about these is they are great if you are thinking about getting a tattoo because you can get an idea of what it would look like and whether you do really want one in the desired place. 

You can check these tattoos out at their website Fake Tattoo's or Facebook page.

As a little treat for you lovelies I have a 10% discount code for you which is: Disco fever

Have you tried these out before? Would you consider fake tattoos?

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