How to get a temporary tattoo
Tattooing with Plates
Wipe the skin clean and dry. Temporary tattoos are made of water-based ink, so they don’t stick if the skin is oily. Wipe off with soapy water and pat dry well with paper towels.
If you sweat a lot, you can remove the oil with disinfectant alcohol. Pour a little alcohol into a cotton pad and wipe off the part where you want to get a tattoo. But you shouldn’t do this every day because your skin can get dry.
Choosing tattoos. Some temporary tattoos are packaged individually, so it’s easy. However, if the tattoo you want to get is on the same paper as the others, you have to separate it. Cut around with a sharp scissors and separate the design carefully from the “sticker sheet” so that it does not cut itself.
Remove the transparent plastic from the back. The back of the tattoo is covered with thin transparent plastic. Carefully remove the plastic. The tattoo you’re trying to put on should show a clear color change.
Place image contact on skin. Check if you want to put the tattoo on the area you just cleaned, then place the contact on the skin. It keeps not moving. Hold it firmly while it is on the table during the next step.
Wet a cloth or sponge with water and place it on a tattoo paper and press it. Press down firmly on the back of the tattoo so that the cloth or sponge pieces are not too dry or too wet. Fasten it tightly and don’t miss it even if it slips.
Hold for at least 60 seconds. Be patient so that you can get a complete tattoo picture. Do not remove cloth or sheet paper until one minute has passed completely. Don’t move as long as you can while you’re on it.
Take the paper off gently. Look up a corner of paper to see if it’s done well. If the image does not look strange or stick well to the skin, place the cloth or sponge again for another 30 seconds. Slowly remove the paper if it looks good.
Wait until the tattoo dries. Wait patiently for about 10 minutes. Don’t touch a temporary tattoo. It is also best to leave it for some time to avoid wrinkles or stains and not move too much.
Pat on a small amount of moisturizing lotion. To make the tattoo last even a little longer, apply a very thin pat on the surface of the cream or lotion. Try not to apply a turbid oil-based cream like Vaseline that makes your tattoo stained. If you want to get rid of the glow to look real, you can spray baby powder on your tattoo.