Want a tattoo without any regrets? Here are some easy steps to make your own temporary tattoo with the use of eyeliner, stencil, and printed paper.

1. Steps for eyeliner tattoo

  • Design of the Tattoo
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In order to make an eyeliner tattoo, it is important to design your own tattoo. Use a paper and pencil to sketch some designs. While designing the temporary tattoo keep in mind that the eyeliner tattoo will look great with simple bold strokes. Moreover, design the size of the tattoo according to your liking.

  • Select the eyeliner

Get the eyeliner which can be sharpened, not oily, nor shiny. An eyeliner pencil which is smooth, dry marks which would not cause a smudge and would be long-lasting.

Tips:
Black eyeliner is best for an attractive fake tattoo, but you can choose any color you wish.
– Do not use liquid eyeliner because it would be tough to handle the eyeliner. –Try to practice the design on a paper.

  • Draw the tattoo on your skin

Draw the design on the area you want. If you do not like the design or made a mistake you can wash it off and make it again.

  • Spray hairspray on the design

The hairspray will keep the temporary tattoo from coming off for a few hours. Just lightly spray the hairspray on the design. You can also use clear nail polish.

The tattoo lasts for a day and you can wash it off with warm water. If you used a clear nail polish you can peel it off or use a nail remover.  

2. Stencil tattoo

  • Create a stencil
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BANKSY STENCILS

By making a stencil you will have control over the design. Hence, there will be fewer chances of a mess up.

Tip: The easiest shapes are the ones which are simple and bold.

  • Use permanent markers/washable markers/stamping inks
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Use permanent markers which are labeled safe

You can use any color you want. Make sure to use permanent markers which are labeled safe. PERMANENT MARKERS CONTAIN CHEMICALS THAT CANNOT BE APPLIED ON THE SKIN.

  • Apply the tattoo

Place the stencil against the area of your body you want the tattoo to be.

Tip: If you have problems holding your stencil you can tape it.

  • Removal of the tattoo
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You can remove the temporary tattoo with the help of warm water, soap, or oil.

3. Using a Sharpie

  • Purchase
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Purchase Sharpie from the nearest art shop. You would also need to purchase baby powder.

  • Design the tattoo

Design the tattoo on the area you want it to be.

  • Baby Powder

Rub the baby powder on the tattoo.

  • Spray

Lightly spray hairspray.

Tip: If you spray a lot of hairsprays then wet a cotton swab in with water and then dab it on the area.