Airbrush Temporary Tattoos- How They Work Best?1 Comment

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Posted on 02 Jun 2013 at 10:59am
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Airbrush Temporary Tattoos

Tattoos are magnificent pieces of art to ornate human beings, the most beautiful creation of Mother Nature. But there are lots of people who are highly interested in tattoos but don’t go for it as whenever they hear the word “tattoo”, they visualize needles, infections and similar sort of discouraging things.

If you are also among those who find it scary, you are not alone. Several people oppress their craving for tattoos for the same reasons. But nowadays there is a very nice solution to this problem, airbrush temporary tattoos.

These tattoos are absolutely identical to real tattoos but they don’t make you go through the immense pain. Also they are not risky at all, when it comes to infection issues. The same tattoos have been used in Hollywood for more than one and a half decades, and now they are available to you. These tattoos are not decals which may be seen in the candy shops or comics stores and last for just a few hours. The airbrush temporary tattoos look absolutely like real tattoos.

Actually, these tattoos are created on the body with the help of an airbrush. Stencils and color blending also play very significant role in making of these tattoos. It’s very fast to apply and very easy to remove, you can remove them effortlessly with alcohol. What else can one ask for, a beautiful tattoo on the body completely at your disposal.

Before commencing the process of making the tattoo, you need to gain some knowledge about airbrush. The material of the airbrush should be of high quality which proves to be durable in a long run. Pay good attention to it. Make sure that it comes with a warranty so that you don’t have to pay extra money for its replacement, in case it breaks just after a few uses. If a company doesn’t provide a warranty for its products it means that the company itself doesn’t trust its quality. In such a situation, should you rely on such products? Moreover, airbrushes are used for lots of other purposes also. You must make sure that the one you are investing in is fit for tattooing.

However, if you are already having an airbrush system, all you need to buy are an airbrush and an air hose. You need to be very careful while purchasing the air hose as not all the hoses fit into all the airbrushes. You have to buy the hose only after confirming that it fits perfectly in your airbrush. It will be better that you buy both airbrush and air hose together. But when it comes to matching air hose with the compressor, you may relax as most of the compressors matches with most of the hoses.

Now let’s understand how to apply these tattoos. First off, select the stencils and colors. You will find numerous choices in these two. Think carefully what size and type of design you want and what colors will be suitable to that design. Then you need to cleanse the area to be tattooed with 70% Isopropyl alcohol. When the skin dries, the stencil is to be stuck to the area. These stencils are self adhesive, so they stick very easily. Then remove the backing from the stencil and start airbrushing.

Then you need to spray the base coat on the stencil. Then spray the desired color and finally give it a finish with a light coat of setting powder. The tattoo will last for around three to five days. However, if you want to remove it sooner than that, make use of Isopropyl alcohol.

Description- Airbrush temporary tattoos are absolutely identical to real tattoos but they don’t make you go through the immense pain. Also they are not risky at all, when it comes to infection issues. These magnificent tattoos are created with the help of airbrush, stencils and colors. Let’s have a look at some precautions that can make you get the most out of these tattoos.


Daniel Ros is Fashion Consultant in Las Vegas. He has 6+ Years of experience as Fashion and beauty Consultant and has worked with many Firms in Las Vegas. Here he is sharing his views on beauty, especially airbrush temporary tattoo have been his specialty and he writes often about the latest trends and technologies coming to this particular industry.

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  • Mirela Kasimovic

    Nice idea.. but how many days these temporary tattoos last for??

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