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Are You Looking for Temporary Tattoos?



Tattoos in recent years became part of art and expression.  Gone are the days where they are identified as people who are in prison or who are members of gangs.  However, let us admit that a permanent tattoo is not for everyone and it is not accepted by everyone.  What if you want to have a tattoo but you don't want it forever?  Well, to save time and hassle, why not just try a temporary tattoo suited for your need?

TinTak Tattoo

I would like to share my experience with a temporary tattoo which I just happen to find on Facebook during my regular browsing.  I had several permanent tattoos already which are connected to Filipino culture and folklore and I am adamant about actually adding more.

When I saw, Tinktak Tattoo on Facebook I decided to buy some of their designs and try them out myself.  Please watch the video below and find out my personal experience with this brand.




Reminders on Temporary Tattoos

Temporary Tattoos are not meant to last so you should not be mad if they begin to fade.  Here is some advice in order for them to last a bit longer.

1. Avoid using soap, alcohol, or any cleaning agent on the tattoo for the duration you need them.
2. If your tattoo is on your shoulder, avoid covering it with clothing since at some point it will stick to the tattoo and affect its quality.


Tintak Tattoo's begins to show fading around 3-4 days and will generally be of bad quality within 7 days and this is not a bad thing. Remember they are just temporary tattoos and do not expect them to last very long.

As for the quality and designs, I cannot ask for more because they have the most amazing designs I had ever seen.


Have you tried Tinktak Tatoo? Let us know about your experience by adding a comment to our post.

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