12 sheets Wolf Deer Dragon Temporary Tattoos
These beautiful, colorful, various animal and nature tattoos are so vibrant and gorgeous! These colorful and beautifully shaded artworks and unique characters will look simply amazing on you!
Most important is that all temporary tattoos that we offer are safe and non-toxic.
Wear these beautiful tattoos anywhere you go, at a party, concert, or a regular night out, and all eyes will be on you, guaranteed!
How to Apply a Temporary Tattoo
Start with clean, dry skin. Temporary tattoos are made with ink, which means that they’re repelled by skin’s natural oils. Carefully clean the area you want to decorate with soap and water, and pat it dry with a paper towel.If you’re very sweaty, rubbing alcohol can help cut the grease. Pour a little onto a cotton ball, and then wipe it on the area. Don’t do this every day, though–you could dry out your skin.
Pick out your tattoo. Some temporary tattoos come individually packaged, which is easy. However, if the temporary tattoo you want to wear came on a sheet with several others, you’ll need to separate it. Cut around it with sharp scissors, being careful not to clip the design itself, until you’ve separated it from the “flash sheet.”
Peel off the clear backing. At this point, your tattoo is protected by a thin layer of clear plastic. Carefully pick this off. You should be able to see the brightly-colored, mirror-image version of the tattoo you’re planning to apply to your skin.From now on, the side with the ink, that was protected by clear plastic, will be called the face side.
Place the image face side down on your skin. Confirm that you want to apply the tattoo to the spot you just cleaned, then place the face side against your skin. Don’t wiggle it around. Just hold it firmly in place while you move on to the next step.
Press a damp cloth or sponge over the tattoo paper. Take a piece of fabric or a sponge that is neither bone dry nor soaking wet, and push it firmly against the backing of your tattoo. Hold it in place, and don’t let it slip around, even if it wants to.
Hold for at least 60 seconds. To get the most complete image, you’ll need a bit of patience. Don’t even think about removing the cloth or the paper backing from your arm until a full minute has passed. While you’re sitting, try to move as little as possible.
Gently peel off the paper. Start by lifting a single corner of the backing in order to peek at the tattoo. If the image looks weird, or isn’t sticking to your skin, put the cloth or sponge back on and wait for another 30 seconds. If it does look good, then continue to slowly peel off the paper.