No. We currently do not offer samples of custom temporary tattoos however, you can order as few as 5 temporary tattoos in any size.
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Applying your custom temporary tattoo is easy!
Clean the area where you will apply the tattoo with soap and water. Then, ensure the area is dry.
Remove the plastic protective film…
We've tested various methods and found the following work best for removing custom temporary tattoos:
Baby oil or olive oil
Scotch tape (although not…
No, we are currently unable to print white ink on our custom temporary tattoos. If your design contains white elements, they will be printed as clear portions instead.
Ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Di Propylene Glycol (DPG) Butoxytriglycol (BTG)
May contain: Blue 1 (CI 42090), Red 28 (CI 45410), Yellow S (CI19140)
Custom temporary tattoos will stay on your skin for about 1-3 days. This may vary depending on where you apply your tattoos, as well as its exposure to oils or friction.
Yes! Here are some tips to help extend the life of your custom temporary tattoo:
If you have thick or coarse hair, shave the area prior to applying.
Exfoliate the skin for a smooth…
Allow your custom temporary tattoo to set before getting it wet. Once set, your tattoo should hold up great in the shower, pool, or while sweating. We recommend gently patting the…
The appearance of your custom temporary tattoo may vary by skin tone as illustrated in the image below.
If your custom temporary tattoo doesn't look right after application, it may be because:
The application instructions weren't followed correctly.
You have a unique skin type or che…
Yes! Custom temporary tattoos are safe for children.
We offer custom temporary tattoos starting at just 5 units per design. You can also order any custom quantity in multiples of 5.
If you're concerned about skin reactions, we recommend doing a test on a small patch of skin prior to applying a full custom temporary tattoo. Potential reactions are typically mil…
Custom temporary tattoos should not stain your clothes as long as you allow them to set and dry prior to putting clothing over them. If ink does get on your clothing, it will come…
Yes, however, peeling the backing off a second custom temporary tattoo may cause the first tattoo to pull off the skin. If you're applying one tattoo over another, make sure you pe…
For best results, we recommend waiting until your initial custom temporary tattoo has completely faded before applying another one over it.
To help prevent your custom temporary tattoo from smudging, we recommend:
Cleaning your skin prior to application
Use a light moisturizer 30 minutes before application.
No. We do not recommend getting a permanent tattoo over your custom temporary tattoo.
Artwork should be at least 300 PPI at the size you’d like your custom temporary tattoos printed.
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No. Your custom temporary tattoos will be cut to match the shape of your design.
The minimum size we can print custom temporary tattoos is 1"x 1". The maximum size is 12"x 12".
Custom temporary tattoos that are larger than 1.5" x 1.5" are shrink wrapped in stacks of 50. Tattoos that are smaller than 1.5" x 1.5" are not shrink wrapped, and are sent in a ba…
To help preserve your custom temporary tattoos, store them in a dry place where they won’t rub against each other or other products.
No. The FDA does not “approve” any temporary tattoos. The FDA approves the color additives used in making temporary tattoo products. The color additives in our custom temporary tat…
Yes. Custom temporary tattoos can be applied to most plastic or glass items such as:
Book mark sleeves
Yes! Custom temporary tattoos can be applied to your face, however the eye and lip areas should be avoided.
If you have thick or coarse hair, we recommend shaving prior to applying your custom temporary tattoo. Shaving is not necessary, however, if you have fine hair.
We don’t recommend applying your custom temporary tattoo directly before or after fake tanning, as the active ingredients in tanning solutions may react with your skin.
We don’t recommend applying custom temporary tattoos to scars or stretch marks since the ink may settle into those areas. If this does occur, however, the ink will still fade over…
Custom temporary tattoos are Prop 65 compliant as all components forming the tattoo (e.g., ink, adhesive, paper) do not include Prop 65 regulated materials.