Miss A

Tattoo-0102

SKU: TAT-0102

$1

Chic and cute temporary body tattoos that are a must have "fashion" item without the permanent commitment.

 

How to Apply:

  • Make sure the place of where the tattoo will be applied to is dry and clean. (Any oils or creams on the skin will affect its adhesion)
  • Remove the clear film of the tattoo and then cut out around the tattoo as close to the design as possible.
  • Ensure the tattoo is facing the correct way up, then place the tattoo face down on the area of skin where the tattoo is desired.
  • Apply even pressure to the tattoo paper backing using a wet cloth or sponge. Wait about a minimum of 60 seconds and then remove the wet cloth and gently slide off the paper.
  • Allow the tattoo to air dry.

 

*This tattoo will last through showers as long as you do not scrub on it.

*Easily removed with body oil or lotion while gently rubbing the tattoo design off.

*One sheet included per order. All tattoo designs seen in the pictures are included on the actual sheet.

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Jenna
This is French, not Tibetan

Don’t be played by trolls. “le pouvoir est en toi” = “the power is in you.” However, I'm not sure if this phrasing is actually something a French person would use, it looks like something an English speaker typed into Google translate. They often order words in ways we would not expect. I am not a native french speaker, but a intermediate level student. But about the tattoo- why is the phrase crossed out?

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Tenzing Doma
The Meaning of the writing

I am Tibetan & this tattoo is written in tibetan so if anyone wonders what it means, it says "I have this fake tattoo on to test it out & if I liked it I'll get an actual tattoo." It's kind of funny in tibetan but not as much since you can't make a direct translation in english"

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Jenna
This is French, not Tibetan

Don’t be played by trolls. “le pouvoir est en toi” = “the power is in you.” However, I'm not sure if this phrasing is actually something a French person would use, it looks like something an English speaker typed into Google translate. They often order words in ways we would not expect. I am not a native french speaker, but a intermediate level student. But about the tattoo- why is the phrase crossed out?

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Tenzing Doma
The Meaning of the writing

I am Tibetan & this tattoo is written in tibetan so if anyone wonders what it means, it says "I have this fake tattoo on to test it out & if I liked it I'll get an actual tattoo." It's kind of funny in tibetan but not as much since you can't make a direct translation in english"