There are Many Choices to Getting a Tattoo
It does not have to be the wipe and stick decals found in machines you know!
There is a quick method available to those who do not wish to be left with a lasting mark and who also do not want the pain and risk associated with permanent inking. The airbrush tattoo has risen in popularity due to its ease of application. It is very similar, and could indeed be called the same thing, as the sunless tanning applications found at tanning salons.
In the process of creating an airbrush tattoo a design template is placed on clean, dry skin. The colors are selected and loaded into a specialized air gun which will blow pressurized air out in short burst when the trigger is compressed. The airbrush tattoo artist places the colors where the customer indicated upon the design and then will apply a top coat to help ensure longevity of the tattoo designs.
The Temporary Tattooing Process
The process is actually similar to that of painting a car. It is best to layer the color than to apply too heavy of a coat. The heavier the paint is then the more chance for runs to occur. Clean up for the artist is very simple. An alcohol solution on a cotton ball can remove any of the excess paint or smudges. As with the temporary tattoo, the airbrush tattoo is limited in the amount of time it will last. Repeated showers or baths and articles of clothing rubbing against it will cause the tattoo to erode. But unlike its permanent counterpart, the artwork does not have to be removed with a costly tattoo removal procedure.
Get an Airbrush Tattooer to Entertain at Your Child’s Birthday Party
If you are always wracking your brain trying to come up with new ways to provide excitement at your child’s birthday party then consider hiring an airbrush tattoo artist to come in and give the kids tattoos. The kids will have a blast sporting their new ‘ink’ and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that it is not permanent. Plus even the parents can live a little and get that special tattoo they have always wanted. On this page I have placed several PDF files that you can download for free as artwork to be used on your child’s special day.
Temporary body art designs are created with airbrush paints, stencils & temporary airbrush supplies. They can be showcased like a permanent tattoo. Only the most seasoned tattoo artists can tell the differences.
Ink Jet Transfer Tattoos
The drawback to the airbrush tattoo, besides its lack of permanency, is that they are often hard to find. Tattoo parlors usually do not offer these less expensive features. Many times it becomes a matter of finding someone familiar with airbrush design. A good source could be a local nail salon. Many nail designs feature airbrush art and the operator could easily do one on the skin. The difference would be in the paint. You can also ink jet print your own design at home. Use the Adobe free PDF files on this page combined with your inkjet printer. All you need is special inkjet transfer paper which you can purchase here.
Wanna try something really cool for the weekend? Or maybe you can’t stand the thought of getting a real tattoo, but always wanted to get a Tattoo? Are you artistic yourself? Because if you are you can pick up an airbrush tattoo kit and start your own temporary airbrush tattoo business. For less that $1000 you will have an airbrush tattoo kit, all the airbrush tattoo machines and airbrush tattoo stencils needed to start a airbrush tattoo business.