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Temporary Body Art Ink

Temporary body art ink is a popular option for those who are not sure about getting a permanent tattoo.  I will examine a few types of temporary body art in this article.  Before I get into that let me discuss a few things about body art.  Body art has been a staple of the fashion industry, the body has become a canvas for people to display their creative side.  It is has been around as early as ancient civilizations.

Temporary body art is quickly becoming more popular than permanent tattoos.  Temporary tattoos have allowed people to have an outlet for their creative ideas.  These tattoos are easily customized to one’s ideas, intricate patterns may not work with a real tattoo, but almost anything can be put on a temporary tattoo.  The following is a list of reason why temporary body art are more preferred over permanent tattoos.

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Why are Temporary Body Art Preferred?

No Needles: Temporary body art allow for the look of a real tattoo without all that pain!

Zero Chance of Allergic Reaction: Needle usage for tattoos can be horrible for those with sensitive skin.  Skin allergies can occur with permanent tattoos. This leads to temporary tattoos being the best alternative to real tattoos, without any risk of allergies.

Easily Changeable Designs: This form of art gives you the option to change your designs on the fly. Permanent tattoos are with for near life, if your not sure of a design, just try it out with a temporary one first.

Experiment with Designs: Have the freedom to try different designs.  See what other thing about your new tattoo, if you notice people don’t reallyca re for it, more importantly you don’t really care for it, you can experiment with other designs.  I bet you wish you can do that with permanent tattoos.

There are three types of techniques when getting Temporary Tattoos, they are as follows:

Stick On Temporary Tattoos:
This is one of the most popular type of temporary tattoos, even popular with kids.  Its simple just peel it off and stick to the area that you want it on your skin. Sometimes water is placed to smoothen out the tattoo.

Henna Tattoos:
Henna (also known as mehndi) tattoos are very original and exposes a great cultural flair.  It is a paste that comes out of cones that are squeezed out on the skin following a rough design placed on the skin. After it dries, you simply wash it off with water.  Henna leaves an orange colour on your skin in the shape of the design that you have chosen.

Airbrushed Tattoos:
This method gives the greatest option in creating a real artistic style for your tattoo allowing for the blending of powerful colors.  This is used with an aid of a stencil by an artist and is similar to airbrush t-shirts.  Aside from stencil, there are a number of techniques and experienced airbrush artist uses to create that perfect design.

I hope this clears up any questions that you may have had about Temporary Body Art.

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Temporary Tattoos For Wimps : Nerd Approved
The first indication people will get that you are a wimp is that you are wearing a temporary tattoo. Their second and decisive clue will be when they actually look at the wording of that tattoo.

Henna tattoos – India Travel Forum
Do you know of a place to get temporary (if there is such a thing) henna tattoos in Mumbai?

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What Do Tattoo Tears Mean


Tear Tattoos?

There has been much debate and confusion over “What Do Tattoo Tears” mean.  Well there are a number of ideas of what this tear tattoo means.  According to urbandictionary.com the original tear tattoo was first found in Australian prisons.  Kind of fitting since Australia was founded as an English penal colony.

Australian prisoners would forcibly place this tattoo on an inmate who was serving time, for being a sexual predator on minors (pedophile).  When an inmate was know to be incarcerated for this crime, other inmates would corner the pedophile and place the tattoo on the right eye, so that is very visible as there were on the left side of their cell.  This act was seen as proson justice and would be tollerate by most prisons.  This act is now very rare,in Australia today.

In the United States,  the meaning has changed quite differently over the years.  This prison theme with the tear was carried over to American prisons. At first it was introduced to show that the person was incarcerated in prison for killing someone.  This tear would symbolize remorse for that act, and usually get the tattoo after they had left prison.

tattoo ideas for remembering peopleDuring this time, outside of the prison world, some people got the tattoo for an entirely different reason. Although rare at the time, the tear tattoo represented the loss of a loved one, usually a wife or close family member.  This ink was supposed to symbolise remembrance and closure.

Another important factor with the tear drop tattoo, is if its colored in or just an outline of a tear.  If the tattoo is just an outline of a tattoo, then it represents that a friend was killed.  If a tear drop tattoo is colored in, than that means that your friend has been killed and that the wearer had avenged the friend’s death.

Now it has becoming a fad in pop culture, a number of celebrities have tear tattoos, like Lil’ Wayne and Amy Winehouse.

Lil Wayne's Tattoos


Lil’ Wayne

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Amy Winehouse


Author: Carl M. Baker

How Tattoos Went From Subculture to Pop Culture

How did this industry achieve this status though? Tattoos have certainly been scrutinized in the past and a visible feature that was once taboo has now become… normal?

Off Beat Ink : Tear Tattoo May Lead to Arrest

His tattoo is of two teardrops underneath his right eye which leads officials to believe he has spent time in prison. Teardrop tattoos are a common thread amongst convicts.

Tattooing In Modern Society

Tear tattoo, for example, can be symbolic of murder, where one tear symbolizes the loss of a friend. Also, the United States military have an equally well established and longstanding history of tattoos.

Do you know what the 3 tattooed tears mean on Lil’ Wayne?

When someone gets a tear tattooed on their face it means that they’ve killed someone. each tattoo represents one person.


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