Temporary tattoos still use ink but instead of the ink being etched into your skin, it is just sprayed or airbrushed onto your skin. Although the technique is temporary, the inks currently available in the market are actually durable. It also dries instantly so you do not have to feel messy after application. Temporary tattoos are great for themed parties. Guests will have a chance to have their selves tattooed without fear of pain or permanence.
The first thing you have to remember when choosing your temporary tattoo ink is to look out for companies that say that their product is FDA approved. To-date, the Food and Drug Administration does not yet regulate tattoo inks. The second thing to remember is to use inks that are ready to spray. It is more difficult if you buy concentrated inks because of it might be difficult for spraying and so you might end up trying out different combination to dilute the concentrate. You just might get frustrated. Even these airbrush ready inks have still to be adjusted but they are far easier to adjust than concentrated inks.
Some of the brands of ink available in the market include Nazille, OCC, ABA and EBA, Totally Tattoo, Duratat and Paasche's brand. Once again, just remember to ask the sales attendant whether your tattoo ink is cosmetic grade and suitable for the skin with ingredients approved by the FDA. As an extra precaution, you might want to have also the MSDA sheet so that there will not be any surprises for you.
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