DIY Temporary Tattoos

Summer skin is the perfect place to showcase a new tattoo, but there's no need to commit to permanent ink. We've got a fun way to create your own temporary tattoos that look totally legit with just a few household items (and maybe an artistic friend). Follow these directions for a tattoo that will last approximately one month with normal wear. DIY Temporary Tattoo Sharpie marker baby powder hairspray 1. Wash and dry skin surface. 2. Use a Sharpie marker to draw image directly onto skin. 3. Sprinkle a generous amount of baby powder onto the tattoo and gently rub in a circular motion. 4. Brush off excess powder. 5. Hold hairspray can several inches from tattoo and spray the area for about 5 seconds, or until coated. 6. Allow hairspray to dry and set for about 10 minutes before washing the tattoo. HINT: Use a variety of Sharpie colors and tips to create all sorts of intricate art. The sky is the limit! (Although, we're partial to cookie tattoos.) {Image source.}
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