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Test run your tattoo with a temporary tattoo

Updated on February 23, 2016

We have been printing temporary tattoos here at Soap and Water for people to try out for years now, its perfect to test drive a temporary tattoo before you get the real thing..

More and more people are adding in body art and tattoos in order to further express themselves and take their appearance to new heights. But is it a good idea to opt for a real tattoo directly or should you check out a temporary tattoo first? In fact, are the any benefits that come from having a temporary tattoo? Let’s find that out.

It doesn’t hurt

Unlike getting a normal, permanent tattoo, a temporary tattoo will not hurt at all. You get the same visuals without having to endure a lot of pain when you get the tattoo, something that is great for persons which want to avoid pain to begin with.

They fade away

A permanent tattoo will be there for life, but the temporary tattoos will fade away with time or you can wash them off on your own if you want to. Sure, you can opt for removal even for the permanent tattoos but that is a prolonged, expensive and painful process, whereas the temporary tattoos are a lot easier to deal with and removing them is no problem.

You can get as many as you want in a short period

Basically, during the entire summer you can get dozens of tattoos because they will fade off. They last for a few days, enough to make an impression and then you can go and obtain a new one if you get bored of it. There’s no commitment and the end result is truly amazing!

They are realistic

Just because the temporary tattoo are not permanent, it doesn’t mean that they aren’t realistic. If you get one at a reliable and professional shop you will be amazed with the great results that you can obtain, so you should definitely give this option a shot.

They are natural

There’s no damage being done to the skin as the temporary tattoo won’t use any ink. Instead you get safer compounds that won’t be absorbed into the skin, which is very safe.

Less health risks

Many people opt for temporary tattoo because they basically save themselves the hassle of dealing with skin infections and so on. It’s a lot simpler and safer to get a temporary tattoo, because this way you don’t have to deal with any health or safety repercussions since you can remove it very fast if you so desire.

Multiple options

There are multiple options and models that you can choose from when it comes to getting a temporary tattoo, pretty much the same when compared to a normal, permanent tattoo so it all comes down to you to select the one you like.

As you can see, it’s a very good idea to get a temporary tattoo, because you basically obtain all the safety and quality you need into one powerful product. We recommend you to try out our one of a kind, custom temporary tattoos and take your appearance to the next level right away, you will be amazed with the results!

Soap and water tattoos print temporary tattoos made from your artwork.

You can try it out here



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