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Alternatives to getting a Permanent Tattoo

Updated on December 29, 2017
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Temporary Tattoos the fun alternative

 

Temporary tattoos can be a lot of fun for adults and children.

There are a lot of tattoos that are child appropriate available that you can get and some fun times to use them are for birthday parties, Halloween of course, use them in the summer time when it is easier to expose them.

Kids love tattoos there is no question and if you take part then your children are definitely going to have that much more fun.

It might sound silly to you but children can actual bond with each other a lot easier when they are doing something kooky and fun together like putting similar temporary tattoos on, I have seen it happen.

Everyone loves a Tattoo

 

Everyone these days seems to love tattoos whether they are just admiring them or considering getting one themselves.

Now if you are in a conundrum and don’t know what design you want to ink your skin with quite yet then why not try some temporary tattoos with the same sort of designs and size you are considering and place them on the same spots to see if you really do like them.

There are so many types of temporary tattoos available at your local stores and especially online that you should be able to find what you are looking for and maybe something you never even thought of.

There are a couple of ways you can go with temporary tattoos. You can buy the kind you wet and pull the backing off or you can try a Henna tattoo which is drawn on your body using a paste made from the powdered leaves of the Henna Plant.

So what will you do?

 

Adults can have just as much fun using the temporary tattoos for just about any occasion. The best reason I can think of using them is to see if you would really want the real thing some day and another reason is just to add some fun in your life and separate yourself from the rest of the pack.

Some people really feel the need to make sure they stand out and what better way than having some funky tattoos you can change when you feel like it depending on your mood.  If you are more of the artist type you can purchase Henna kits and create your own henna tattoo.

I myself can’t draw so I will stick with the temporary tattoos but if you are the least bit creative possibly this is something you would be interested in. something you may not know is that you can purchase temporary tattoos and also Henna kits on Amazon.com at very cheap prices.

Their selection and quality is superb and they are an online retailer you can definitely trust to making sure they get your order out to you ASAP after processing.

I like them not only because of the Tattoos there but for the wide selection of items they actually do sell. Anyways enough of patting Amazon on the back.

Whichever route you take. I am sure you will be happy with your decision so happy tattooing!

Here is a beauiful temporary Tiger tribal tattoo

© 2010 Grant Handford

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