IndexArtist.com/blog is the best art & artist blog offering lastest infomation about painters, art masters, sculptors, graphic designers, body art, ceramics, performing arts, painting, landscape architecture, drawing, art galleries, fine art services.

About Temporary Body Art

Temporary body art is great for all ages. There are many different types and styles to choose from so you’ll always find something new. Currently it is popular with children and adults because they have no permanent affect on your skin. They do create a similar appearance and depending on the style you choose, they can last from a few days to several weeks.

Kids have always loved it. The most popular style for kids are the temporary transfer tattoo. They’re very simple to do and only take 30 seconds to apply. Kids love being able to have designs of their favorite superheroes, cartoon characters, and many of the other designs that you can find. Temporary transfer tattoos can last up to a week so the kids can show them to all of their friends.

Young adults and adults love temporary tattoos for when they go to parties, events, or just for self-expression. If they’re thinking about getting an actual tattoo, temporary body art is a great way to decorate your body with a unique design without the pain, expense and permanence of a real tattoo. They also give you the chance to change your mind and try on many different styles of temporary body art. It allows you to show off your creativity in countless different ways.

The styles of temporary body art have grown so much over the years. The oldest original form is henna tattoos. They’ve been used for centuries in many Eastern cultures, and now have gained popularity in the rest of the world in recent years. They take the longest to apply and set, but the result is nothing but beautiful. Henna tattoos can last up to two or three weeks depending on your skin.

Temporary transfer tattoos are another of the original forms of temporary body art. They have gained popularity after they were created in the late 1800’s. They now come in many different varieties and designs. You can find temporary transfer tattoos in most grocery stores as well as craft and toy stores.

Airbrush tattoos have been around since the late 1990’s. They’re one of the recent additions to temporary body art and have been used in film and TV to create realistic looking tattoos. If you’re looking for a realistic look for your design, airbrush tattoos are the most popular.

The newest form and trend of temporary tattoos is glitter tattoos. Glitter tattoos use a hypoallergenic and waterproof body glue and body glitter to create beautiful temporary body art. They’re so simple to create that literally anyone can do it. Kids can even apply them, but should have a parent supervise. Glitter tattoos can last up to 7 days and are definitely a fun way to add sparkle to anyone.