Temporary tattoo designs are now very popular. At one time there were only a few sources to get hold of your temporary tattoo designs such as the dispensing machines or local store if you were lucky, but these days they are very widely available. When I was little we used to think how fantastic we were by sporting a temporary tattoo. They weren’t much fun to pull off if they didn’t go on properly but that never stopped us. Temporary tattoos are also a great ‘primer’ when deciding on whether or not you really want to go the whole hog and get a real life one.
You can source temporary tattoos in a wide variety of depictions and sizes, from small to large. You name it, the design is available in temporary tattoo design form, from the more traditional tattoos to ultra cool, funky and stylish modern ones. Want a cute dolphin on your left shoulder to try out? No problem. How about a barbed wire depiction on your ankle. You got it. You may want to opt for a word phrase in graphic art tattoo form. Well, those are available too.
I have noticed a trend in real life tattoos towards all black ink designs. You can also find these in the form of temporary tattoo designs and they are well worth taking a look at as they cover a multitude of subject matters.
Celtic designs are every popular and this is no exception with temporary tattoo designs. When considering these rather more traditional designs in real life, you may want to try a temporary one first. It is a good idea to choose a real life tattoo that has some importance to you as an individual or at least something you can identify with. A temporary tattoo affords you the luxury of trying out different designs and how they would look without worrying about the reasons you are choosing the tattoo to adorn your body.
There are even packages available on the market that allow you to make your own temporary tattoo designs. How fantastic. You design the tattoo using what is available in the package and then transfer them onto the desired part of your body that you wish the tattoo to be. Above all, temporary tattoo designs are great fun and anybody can give them a go without having to commit full time to a real tattoo.
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Article by Richard Davies at http://www.tattooandpiercinginfo.com ( A quality resource providing you with tattoo and piercing information )