Posts Tagged ‘Stencil Tattoos’

Check out our new Guru Website with state of the art shopping cart and parcel tracking

August 14, 2013

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We have just launched our new website Temporary Tattoos Guru. It is easier in all ways to use and enjoy the shopping experience

Dab Dab Tatts®

May 11, 2011

Dab Dab Tatts® is such a great product. Get the exact look of Airbrush Temporary Tattoos without the need for any electricity, gun, compressor or gas. You can now create coloured Temporary Tattoos, as many colours as you can imagine, in only seconds. (Ask Amazing Raymond® “how to” on 0418589792. Dab Dab Tatts™ requires no special skill and is idea for Fetes, Festivals, Hairdressing, Body Tanning, Nail Art salons, Airbrush Studios and All Fundraising and School programmes.

Even if you have your own Airbrush Set up, buy our Dab Dab Tatts™ Black and Coloured Inks as an ADD ON to make extra CASH for your Business. Make up to 10 times your money with our Dab Dab Tatts® Products.

…..Create Tattoos for Festivals, Events, Hairdressing, Beauty, Nail and Tanning Salons. So Easy, Effective and Looks Fabulous

1. Take our Sponge and 2 . Apply Amazing Raymond® Mellick special triple construction Black Ink by Dabbing into the Stencil 3 . Remove Stencil and Powder Back. Charge up to $5.00 per each Tattoo. Our Dab Dab Ink is your BACK UP Rescue Remedy in case you get a clogged gun, have No Electricity at the Gig or even worst-end up with a Windy Day at the outdoor event

Time taken to create Dab Dab Tatts™ Temporary Tattoos is approx 15-20 seconds. The finished results look like the tattoos have been Airbrushed. Our Stencils are Sticky Back to “hold down” well on skin. Buy our Stencil Re Stick Ink to apply to Stencils that have Lost their Stick or for Stencils that have NO STICK AT ALL. Now your stencils will last almost “FOREVER”.

The Magic of Temporary Tattoos

August 3, 2010

Temporary Tattoos- the new Black

Over the years people have tried many different ways of transferring images to the body for body art and design. Tattooists use a spirit based carbon stencil which puts down a purple image as a trace outline and then needle over it. Temporary Tattooists can also use this method as well, but instead of needling the outline they will tend to use a jet Black ink to paint over the top of this outline and then powder the design back.

Drawing the image freehand is another way to go to creat the Tattoo or body art you wish. For this purpose an excellent construction ink is needed to be able to paint a line as fine as a pin without bleeding

Henna is yet another way of creating an image onto the body. Henna is a paste made from natural plants with ingredients added to it to pipe onto the skin. When it dries you get a stain on the skin lasting a few days.

With technology there is now another way of transferring an image onto the skin tattoo transfers. These are created by you as design art on-screen and then printed onto a specially coated water release transfer paper. The paper is either screen printed, off set printed or digitally printed to give fabulous results.