“I want to get a real tattoo, but my mother does not let me!” – is there any substitute for genuine tattoos?
3 April 2019
| Posted in Fashion design
Teenage people look for various ways in which they would be able to express themselves. Hair dyeing, wearing fashionable clothing or body piercing are popular here. Unlike tattoos, all these changes are removable and can be changed relatively easy.
Teenagers sometimes crave for having a real, impressive tattoo. Nevertheless, the truth is that their guardians often do not allow them for that. Well, they are right. Why? This pigment on the skin cannot be easily erased. It is usually something which is going be present on one’s body for the entire life. What happens if after some years it turns out it was not at all a good concept and this picture is boring, silly and even unsightly? People in their teens ought not to make the choices that could have so long-term consequences. But in chosen stores they can obtain an alternative called fake tattoos. To place them on the body, only a piece of wet material is required. All what should be done is to unstick the foil, put the tattoo smooth on the skin and moisten it with a damp material. After several seconds, the paper can be removed and the picture is done. It should last a few days. Afterwards it may be erased with the help of baby oil or water with soap (the last way may need some rubbing). A lot of patterns for both genders are available: purely black, colourful or glitter.
Temporary tattoos are a good alternative for the younger people.
Anyone will find a great example here and if one changes his mind, there is no trouble – another tattoo might be chosen. It is not unhealthy, easy to remove and parents do not have to worry.