Incredibly realistic, long lasting, ultra high quality temporary tattoo body art for adults

Our gorgeous luxury temporary tattoos last up to a week, virtually indistinguishable from a real tattoo, while still being easily applied and removed. Manufactured using cutting edge technology created by the leading innovators of the industry, there is no better self applied temporary tattoo anywhere in the world.

HOW ARE THE TEMPORARY TATTOOS APPLIED?

Our temporary tattoos are applied exactly the same way as the standard stick on temporary tattoo we all know and love.

The first step is to cut out the tattoo closely around the edge, and using a sponge to wet the back, apply to the skin. Easy!

The real magic happens in the second step when you take the 'liquid skin' formula that comes with your tattoo and apply with a soft paint brush. Simply paint the formula over and around the edges of the temporary tattoo and let dry. In approximately 5 seconds as it dries, the tattoo becomes real before your eyes. This product is easy, safe and fun to use.

Our temporary tattoos are designed to withstand soap and water and can last up to a week or more, but are easily removed leaving no trace on your skin. Simply wipe over with a tissue or cotton ball saturated with rubbing alcohol, baby oil, tea tree oil, or eucaluptus oil.

LATEST TEMPORARY TATTOO INNOVATION

So much more than just a stick on fake tattoo, our temporary tattoo body art range uses new technology formulated in Australia. These temporary tattoos use the same technology that creates many of the tattoos used in the Australian film and television industry and on the catwalk. There is no better self applied temporary tattoo anywhere in the world!

Our temporary tattoos are manufactured using cutting edge technology created by the leading innovators of the industry in Australia. The temporary tattoo is printed on specially formulated paper to create an ultra high quality, incredibly realistic temporary tattoo when used with the Liquiskin™ formula, which comes with your tattoo. The Amazing Liquiskin™ Tattoo Shine Remover formula adds a second skin film layer which makes the temporary tattoo last longer - up to a week or more!

AN ACCESSORY LIKE NO OTHER - THE DESIGNER DIFFERENCE

Our tattoos are designed with more talent, thought, and care than many permanent tattoos. They are designed by fashion designers as well as tattoo artists. Because the tattoos are not permanent, we have the freedom to design bold and dramatic body art for women who may not necessarily choose a permanent tattoo, but love the self expression of temporary tattoo body art and enjoy wearing a tattoo as an accessory tonight which can be removed tomorrow.

HOW ARE THE TEMPORARY TATTOOS APPLIED?


Our temporary tattoos are applied exactly the same way as the standard stick on temporary tattoo we all know and love.
The first step is to cut out the tattoo closely around the edge, and using a sponge to wet the back, apply to the skin. Easy!

The real magic happens in the second step when you take the ‘liquid skin’ formula that comes with your tattoo and apply with a soft paint brush. Simply paint the formula over and around the edges of the temporary tattoo and let dry. In approximately 5 seconds as it dries, the tattoo becomes real before your eyes.  This product is easy, safe and fun to use.

Our temporary tattoos are designed to withstand soap and water and can last up to a week or more, but are easily removed leaving no trace on your skin. Simply wipe over with a tissue or cotton ball saturated with rubbing alcohol, baby oil, tea tree oil, or eucaluptus oil.


WHY ARE INK ILLUSION TATTOOS DIFFERENT?


So much more than just a stick on fake tattoo, our temporary tattoo body art range uses new technology formulated in Australia. These temporary tattoos use the same technology that creates many of the tattoos used in the Australian film and television industry and on the catwalk. There is no better self applied temporary tattoo anywhere in the world!

Our temporary tattoos are manufactured using cutting edge technology created by the leading innovators of the industry in Australia. The temporary tattoo is printed on specially formulated paper to create an ultra high quality, incredibly realistic temporary tattoo when used with the Liquiskin™ formula, which comes with your tattoo. The Amazing Liquiskin™ Tattoo Shine Remover formula adds a second skin film layer which makes the temporary tattoo last longer – up to a week or more!

Get ready for Trompe-l’oeil temporary tattoos

temporary tattoo chanelGet the look:

Ink Illusion Coco Temporary Tattoo

vogueChanel’s artistic director of make-up, Peter Philips continues to demonstrate his knack for knowing what the world’s bright young Chanel fans will want each season.

“For the show I wanted to play with the Chanel symbols, the pearls, the chains, wheat, as well as blossoms and small swallows who usually announce the arrival of spring,” said Philips. “The chains dressed the slender and delicate wrists. The pearls, intertwined with flowers and wheat, fell like cascades down the length of the legs, or became a necklace on which the swallows rested.”

Less than a camellia cuff and far less painful than the more permanent inky prints, the Chanel Trompe-l’oeil tattoo set, $90, containing 55 variations of Philips dainty designs,will beavailable at the Myer Sydney Chanel Make-up Studioand Chanel Fashion Boutiquesin March.

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Gossip Girl Temporary Tattoo

temporary tattooGet the look:

Ink Illusion Coco Temporary Tattoo

bellasugarOur favourite Gossip Girl star — c’mon Blair and Chuck get the best lines; FACT — stars in the beauty section of the December issue of UK Marie Claire. Shot by Christophe Meimoon and working with her hairstylist, Charles Baker Strahan, the Herbal Essences ambassador road-tests several different looks: a plaited bun — a cross between the Marchesa and Davidelfin Spring ’11 styles — a faux bob, a Chanel tatt Read the full article >>>

Temporary Tattoos Trend

temporary tattooChanel wasn’t the only fashion house sporting temporary tattoos on their spring 2010 runways. Rodarte and Jean Paul Gautier also caught on to the trend. While Rodarte showcased tribal / geometric shapes, Jean Paul Gautier featured henna tattoos on his models’ necks and arms. But it was the sweet and coy designs from Chanel that won the hearts of fashionistas worldwide. Read the full article >>>

 

New temporary tattoos body art: Why fashion is going wild for temporary tattoos

temporary tattoo fashionTransfers, paint, even knitwear — the best thing about the new body art is that it’s temporary. And it won’t hurt a bit

Even the pop charts are obsessed with it. “You want a temporary tattoo, don’t you?” warble the Sugababes over and over. They may be talking kisses, but the rest of us are talking Chanel, particularly the Chanel temporary tats that were on display at the SS10 catwalk show.

Since then, beauty and fashion mavens have been desperate to get their hands on them, and the waiting list at Selfridges has been off the beauty Richter scale. But the wait is almost over — the transfers go on sale on March 1 at Chanel boutiques and Selfridges London, where a big fashion event is planned to herald their arrival.

Temporary tattoo fever doesn’t stop there. At Rodarte’s SS10 show, they took a slightly different tack, with models boasting Maori-inspired full-sleeve, half-sleeve and neck tattoos that took 40 artists four hours to paint. According to the designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy: “Body art is a huge form of expression. If someone doesn’t want to commit to permanent body art, there are ways of translating the idea through make-up.” read the full article >>>

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Bird tattoos + DIY temporary tattoos

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Ink Illusion Birds and Butterflies Temporary Tattoo

Ink Illusion Titania Tattoo

Ink Illusion Birdcage and Swallows Temporary Tattoo

I’ve been having a love affair with bird motifs since many years now, so my heart skipped a beat when I saw a flock of birds’ tattoo for the first time. I’ve been collecting them since then. I know bird tattoos are currently super trendy, but I love them anyway! As far as I’m concerned, I’m not ready for a tattoo (I have a VERY low tolerance to pain), so as an alternative, I opted for temporary transfer tattoos! Yes, just like those we found as inserts in bubble gums when we were kids. read the full article >>>

Temporary Tattoos | Fake tattoos | Body art

Old fashioned temporary tattoos, which were first made popular as inserts in bubble gum, were poor quality ink transfers that often resulted in blurry designs and could easily be washed or rubbed off. These lick-and-peel temporary tattoos became a well-known piece of North America.

Modern temporary tattoos are made of ink and glue, and last much longer than older temporary tattoos. In this process, the temporary tattoo is applied to the outer surface of the skin and remains until such time as the image fades away (typically after 3–5 days) or is removed. While most temporary tattoos are created commercially for advertising or as novelty items, the process of creating has been adapted to the fine art of lithography as well. And even more recently, Chanel, the Parisian fashion house, has set up a themed area in Selfridges on Oxford Street offering customers the chance to have Chanel’s own transfer tattoos applied by experts. The designer offerings has been advertised (as part of Chanel’s Paris Spring and Summer 2010 farmyard barn theme recreated in London) as an opportunity for fans to have the chance to have tattoo transfers applied to “areas of the private nature”. Temporary tattoos usually consist of five main elements: the front of the sheet of paper, the back of the sheet of paper, ink, glue and a protective plastic sheet. The front of the sheet is covered with a special coating upon which the tattoo image is printed with special inks. A layer of glue is then applied on top of the image. A thin, transparent plastic sheet is placed over the front of the sheet to protect the image and glue layer. The back of the sheet is left untreated and has a list of ingredients and instructions printed on it. Transfer temporary tattoos are usually applied by removing the plastic sheet, placing the image face down against the skin and moistening the backing by wetting it thoroughly. The backing can then be carefully removed, leaving the image in place. In 1980, temporary tattoos were created using different and exotic ink systems. 3M designed and developed a special coating called Micro-Fragrance that made scratch-n-sniff technology possible. The temporary tattoo industry adopted the scratch-n-sniff concept and a few companies, such as Dallas-based Highgate Products, released scented tattoos. Around this time advances in ink and screen printing were also developed. These advances made the temporary tattoos last longer and look more realistic. As temporary tattoos quality increased, so did demand. People began seeing temporary tattoos as a product that could last and could be used outside of inexpensive giveaways. Today, temporary tattoos are sold everywhere from vending machines to check-out counters at mass retailers to high-end boutiques and can be customized and printed through a color laser printer using specialty color laser transfer paper. A variety of tattoo designs exist; everything from Marvel superhero tattoos, to glitter designs, to Ed Hardy temporary tattoos for trendy adults and clubbing designs for young people. source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temporary_tattoo