Eid 2019 Special Mehndi Designs #2 ||Latest,Beautiful and Easy Mehndi designs for back hands

Four Simple Ways For Women to Take a Tattoo Design For a Test Drive

If you’re thinking about getting a tattoo, but haven’t committed yourself enough yet to make the leap into self-employment, there are several other alternatives available. However, it is important to know that when looking for a real “try before you buy” tattoo option, semi-permanent tattoos simply do not exist.

This product, which is currently sold on the Internet, as well as in hairdressers and market stalls, is simply an impossible dream. Although claims about these tattoos suggest that they will only last six months, the truth is that every time you inject a dye under a layer of skin – it stays there until it is professionally removed. So if you’re not sure if this is what you want, don’t do it!

The only real alternatives to permanent tattoos are henna tattoos, which usually fade after about 4 weeks or stick to tattoos that often disappear within 7 days. However, if you are very creative, you can experiment a little with permanent markers or colored pencils.

Henna Tattoos

A good way to test your design is with a henna tattoo. Henna is a natural dye that is extracted from a plant.

The dye usually starts to fade after a week. In most cases, it disappears completely within 4 weeks. Henna inserts can be applied anywhere on the body and usually do not cause skin irritation.

The only real disadvantage of using henna is that it is not available in different colors. Although it is possible to mix different shades of henna, henna naturally appears orange on the skin and darkens to a reddish-brown color in about 48 hours.

There are also several companies that currently market a “black henna” product. The warnings about this product are extensive and its use could cause serious side effects.

The product currently marketed as “black henna” is actually a substance called paraphenylenediamine or PPD, which is actually a black hair dye. Although some of these products may contain henna, most do not.

This synthetic dye is not approved for use on the skin and is known to cause severe reactions such as itching, blistering, and possibly scarring. Whether you choose to get henna tattoos yourself or get them professionally, make sure that no PPD is used.

Henna kits and templates can be purchased online for about $20.

Temporary Tattoos to Stick

Although most adults associate adhesive tattoos with the type of seal that usually comes with gum wrapping and is washed away with water, these temporary alternatives to permanent tattoos have really evolved and the variety of sizes and designs available may surprise most consumers. The temporary tattoos available on the market today actually use vegetable colors and an adhesive that we usually find on casts.

These tattoos not only look realistic, but they last up to three weeks. Although it is much cheaper to buy these tattoos in large quantities, the prices of each of them vary according to the size and design. For example, a monochromatic tattoo of a 5×9 inch dragon with a bracelet can be bought online for only 50 cents.

Most stores will also create a custom design for your temporary tattoo, but they usually require a minimum purchase for the custom work.

As a cheap and painless alternative to a permanent tattoo, adhesive tattoos look more realistic than ever. If you choose this option, you can change not only the location of the tattoo but also the design in just a few minutes.

Airbrush Tattoos

Although we have all seen the airbrush t-shirts and paintings on the fair stands, airbrush tattoos are becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to permanent tattoos. In the same process as for the T-shirts, a stencil is placed on the skin and the paint is applied with an airbrush spray.

Although the design usually takes only a week, the airbrush technique is considered to produce an end product that comes closest to the look of a real permanent tattoo. Airbrush tattoos are more expensive than stick tattoos, but they are far below the cost of a permanent design. Airbrush tattoo prices are usually between $20 and $100.

Other options

If none of the above options is what you want for a temporary tattoo, you can always draw it yourself. Permanent markers are ideal for temporary designs that you can create yourself or apply with a stencil, while washable Crayola markers are an easy way to test a design or a stain that can be removed immediately.

When it comes to temporary tattoos and body art, the possibilities are limited only by your own imagination. Adding a little body glitter or a few crystals attached can increase the originality of your artwork. One thing is guaranteed – no one else will look like it!

Any or all of these alternatives can satisfy your need for a little body decoration, but if you are still leaning towards a permanent design, it would be a good idea to adapt it to one of the temporary formats we discussed.

Wearing the tattoo for a few weeks will give you the opportunity to gauge the reactions of others as well as your own level of satisfaction, and you may even experiment a little with the placement of the design before making a potentially life-changing commitment.

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