Trendy Feet Tattoos: Temporary Tattoo Alternatives

Temporary Tattoos

Trendy Feet Tattoos: Temporary Tattoo Alternatives
temporary tattoos

In the third part of our series, we discussed tattoo removal options. Today, we will discuss temporary tattoo alternatives for those who do not want something permanent but want something that looks just as cool. Tattoo alternatives are a safe way to express yourself and are also a great test drive before deciding on a real tattoo. The options we will discuss are temporary tattoo ink, airbrush tattoos and temporary tattoos.

Temporary Tattoo Ink

Temporary tattoo ink is a great option if you want to get creative and make your own designs. The most popular color is black because of the trend in shapes, symbols and characters in tattoo design. The ink comes in a tube and usually comes with some basic stencils, so anyone can have fun with temporary tattoo ink. For even easier application, temporary tattoo ink comes in the form of pens. This ensures more accurate and detailed work. With the variety in color, you can create tattoo designs that are bold and powerful, fun and bright or profound and spiritual. It is a great way to bring out the inner artist in you!

Airbrush Tattoos

Airbrush tattoos leave an incredibly professional finish and are a lot of fun. With airbrush tattoos, the colors of ink fade into each other and spread evenly onto the skin. The result is a very smooth and very colorful tattoo that looks very realistic! Airbrush tattoos also come with stencils to ensure a clean-cut design. These tattoos usually last one week before they begin to fade.

Temporary Tattoos

Temporary tattoos are sold on sheets of smooth paper and are applied by either sticking or rubbing them on the skin. Unlike with other tattoo alternatives, temporary tattoos come in golds, silvers and even glitters. You probably remember temporary tattoos from your childhood days. Depending on the type of temporary tattoo, it may have looked very fake when you were younger but as a child, you probably didn’t care. As long as it looked cool, before it started to get dirty and turn into an ugly dark gray color, you loved it. There are some temporary tattoos that look very real. These are usually tattoos that you have to paint or rub on.

Temporary tattoo ink, airbrush tattoos and temporary tattoos are all great options to create the tattoo effect without the life commitment. These options come in handy for events like graduations, proms, weddings, parties or the beach.

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temporary tattoosQuestion by Bee K: Where can I get temporary tattoos in Tokyo?
I would like to get a temporary tattoo on an upcoming trip to Tokyo; something like henna or airbrushing. Can anybody suggest parlors or salons in downtown Tokyo that can help me out?

Best answer:

Answer by Jim
I saw a shop in Shimokitazawa, a funky suburb not far away from central Tokyo that was doing traditional Mehndi henna tattoos last summer or the summer before that, but in that neighborhood, little shops come and go.
I've seen tattoo shops in Shibuya and Ueno. They may offer temporary tattoos. Just be careful that you know the Japanese words for “temporary” or you might walk out of the shop looking like these guys:
http://blogs.redding.com/mbeauchamp/archives/yakuza%20tattoos.jpg

😉

(Oh, there's a chain of shops called Don Quixhote that sells the rub-on kind, but that's probably not what you mean…)

Do be aware that tattoos aren't a positive thing in Japan traditionally and even a temporary tattoo may make it harder to visit some places like traditional hot springs. Older people especially will see it as a thing with criminal connotations. Attitudes are changing, but slower than they did in places like the US.

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Temporary 24K Gold Tattoos

Transcript by (www.newsy.com) Ink Tats? Old news. Blacklight Tattoos? So last year. Solid, 24K gold tattoos? Now we're talkin'. CNN interviewed a woman who knows all about the latest trend…and she says it comes with a price tag. “100-percent gold or platinum, depending. Anything from 50-dollars to five and a half thousand dollars…and what they will do is create a tattoo and then it's a thin film of either gold or platinum, and then apply it to the skin.” CBS interviewed the man behind the gold himself, Arnaud Frambeau, who thought the idea might catch on in the Gulf, where henna tattoos are so popular they are often applied for weddings. ARNAUD FLAMBEAU “It's a revolution in the body art business. It's the first time that we can use 24K material in gold or platinum to set in the skin.” Gear Blog says the gold tattoo is a new fad…and it's set to follow the golden-brick road. “Are people still complaining about economic downturn-this and stagnant recovery-that? …So last year. Thankfully one Dubai-based company is bucking all that recession talk by giving the world what it so desperately wants: temporary tattoos made from 24 karat gold.” …but not everyone in the blogosphere was pleased with the concept of expensive temporary tats. (Video: CBS) Dvice says it's a waste of money — and anyone with that much cash to throw away, should probably be ashamed. “I understand that some people like to pamper themselves from time to time, but if that involves getting a

Transcript by (www.newsy.com) Ink Tats? Old news. Blacklight Tattoos? So last year. Solid, 24K gold tattoos? Now we're talkin'. CNN interviewed a woman who knows all about the latest trend…and she says it comes with a price tag. “100-percent gold or platinum, depending. Anything from 50-dollars to five and a half thousand dollars…and what they will do is create a tattoo and then it's a thin film of either gold or platinum, and then apply it to the skin.” CBS interviewed the man behind the gold himself, Arnaud Frambeau, who thought the idea might catch on in the Gulf, where henna tattoos are so popular they are often applied for weddings. ARNAUD FLAMBEAU “It's a revolution in the body art business. It's the first time that we can use 24K material in gold or platinum to set in the skin.” Gear Blog says the gold tattoo is a new fad…and it's set to follow the golden-brick road. “Are people still complaining about economic downturn-this and stagnant recovery-that? …So last year. Thankfully one Dubai-based company is bucking all that recession talk by giving the world what it so desperately wants: temporary tattoos made from 24 karat gold.” …but not everyone in the blogosphere was pleased with the concept of expensive temporary tats. (Video: CBS) Dvice says it's a waste of money — and anyone with that much cash to throw away, should probably be ashamed. “I understand that some people like to pamper themselves from time to time, but if that involves getting a

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