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How to use our temporary tattoos


Our temporary tattoos are super easy to apply and remove, so you will be wearing them in no time!

Before you begin you will need:
- A bowl of water (cold from the tap)
- A sponge
- Your tattoos!
Simply follow our step by step instructions below.

Faded Shapes



Cut out your tattoo design leaving a 3mm border (skip this step for pre-cut tattoos).


Peel away the clear layer and place pattern side down on the skin.


Pat gently with a wet sponge for 30 seconds and then slide the paper off. Allow to dry and then you are ready to go!


To remove just rub the area gently with warm water or an oil based product (e.g baby oil).

Where to position your temporary tattoos

Temporary tattoos are for external use only, but other than that you are free to place your tattoos wherever you wish! For tattoos that last longer we suggest placing on the upper arm and shoulder area, as these areas are less likely to rub against things during everyday movement. Tattoos placed on the wrist are great for events and parties where staying power does not matter as much but where you want maximum visibility. 

Our temporary tattoos will typically last between 2 - 7 days, but can certainly last longer if you wish! They are water resistant so will stay on the skin when swimming, bathing and showering as long as you do not rub the area. 

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Temporary tattoo product information

The special tattoo transfer material we use for all of our products has been dermatologically tested and is skin safe.  Whilst the ink we use to print your design is non-toxic, if you are allergic to or have suffered reactions to ink in the past then unfortunately we would advise that our products aren't right for you.

Our temporary tattoos will last between 3-5 days depending on skin type and the location it is applied to (for example a tattoo placed on the wrist will not last as long as one on the upper arm). Chlorine, sweat and creams / oils will also reduce your tattoo's staying power.

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