Whether you need very temporary skin art for a costume or simply want to test-run a potential tattoo design before it gets permanent, making your own temporary tattoo only requires wax paper, a printout or drawing of your desired design, black eyeliner, rubbing alcohol, baby powder, liquid bandage, and a lot of patience. Read below for instructions on creating your own DIY temporary tattoo. Keep in mind that unless you are adept at drawing or don't mind spending a lot of time tracing…
Although these are designs for redwork embroidery; I can't see why these Russian dolls couldn't be used for creating a painting (on canvas, wood or paper), of singles or multiples, in traditional colours, then frame and hang the end result!
Tattoos need appropriate treatment, both in the immediate days after getting it and over the long haul. Failure to do so can create complications; in a best-case scenario, lack of care can lead to dry, damaged skin that affects a tattoo’s appearance while in a worst-case scenario, neglecting immediate aftercare can create an infection around the tattooed area.
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner, What it is: A liquid eyeliner with an innovative brush tip for effortless, precise application. What it does: Achieve eye perfection with this high-pigment, waterproof liner that stays put all day for a fade-, melt-, crack-, and run-resistant finish. The superfine and flexible brush tip glides across the lashline for incredibly fluid application, allowing you to create a variety of looks with ease.