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Brother & Sister Glitter Tattoo
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Where To Get Temporary Tattoos

When temporary tattoos were first created for sale in the late 1800’s, they were small transfer style tattoos that you would find inside of a pack of bubble gum. In the 1890’s, you could find them as the prize inside of a .05 cent box…

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What Are Glitter Tattoos

Unlike face-painting, which only tends to last for a day, a glitter tattoo will last anywhere from up to 7 days to a few weeks. I have had customers tell me their tattoo lasted for weeks and I myself have had one last for a…

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Henna Tattoo on leg
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About Temporary Henna Tattoos and Body Art

Most people initially think of India when they hear henna tattoos. Henna has actually been used as a natural dye for centuries. It can be used to dye hair, fingernails, and skin. Earliest recorded uses date all the way back to ancient Egypt to decorate…

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About Airbrush Temporary Tattoos

Temporary airbrush tattoos have been around since about 1998 and are largely used in the marketing, advertising and entertainment industry. Airbrush tattoos today so closely resemble real tattoos that many people cannot tell the difference because of the constant research and development of airbrush equipment…

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Create Your Own Glitter Tattoo

Here at GlitZGlamBodyArt.com we offer a variety of different glitter tattoo kits as well as separately sold glitter packs and stencil sets. The difference between one kit to another has to do with the choice of colors, size of glitter and which tattoo designs are…

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Temporary Transfer Tattoos

Did you know that temporary tattoos have been around since the 1800’s? – It’s difficult to determine when the first one was actually printed, but we do know that they have been designed and manufactured since the turn of the 20th century. They were first…

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Origins of Face Painting

For centuries, face painting has been used around the world for religious reasons, cultural reasons, hunting, and military. It was used in different Native American tribes during rituals and they would use different colors they believed had special meaning. It has been used in Japan…

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