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These temporary tattoos are the next best thing to getting permanent ink – HelloGiggles07.04.17

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While tattoos are incredible, sometimes its tough to predict whether or not youll have tattoo regret after getting inked. Thats why were fascinated by these temporary tattoos from Easy.ink. Yes, theyre only temporary but unlike your standard temporary tattoo, theyll last for roughly two weeks. And, they look just like the real thing. So, theyre more or less perfect for the indecisive (or terrified) tattoo fan.

Easy.ink just launched a Kickstarter campaign to help lessen the cost of their materials and make their product readily available to a larger audience. Since the product uses materials that are already FDA approved (and found in nature the ink is made withJagua fruits) its pretty top of the line. Especially as far as temporary tattoos are concerned.

Commit to life, play your tattoos. Thanks to all who pledged our Kickstarter campaign! All super early bird pledges are SOLD OUT!!

Easy.ink offers a bunch of cool designs that you can choose from, both big and small.

Tattoos arrive on a multi-layered adhesive patch. After placement, the patch take a few hours to develop and youll be able to see it darken over time. Once its time to peel it off, tattoo fans will notice a crisp, deep design that could definitely pass for the real thing.

So, if youre hesitant on a certain design or placement, theyre absolutely perfect. If you hate it, you wont have to deal with it for the rest of your life.

The company was founded by Oz and Eran Arie, both somewhat indecisive fans of body art. It took the two of them roughly five years to create a safe prototype that they were happy with.

The campaign will last until the end of the month, but the team over at Easy.ink is already one-third of the way to their goal. Since its the summer, its the perfect excuse to bare some skin and show off some ink temporary or not.

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Henna tattoo artist shares art, culture – Tyler Morning Telegraph07.03.17

For the past six months, Huma Sajid has made it her goal to improve her skills as a henna tattoo artist and share her culture with others.

Through her work and social media pages, Sajid is not only spreading her knowledge about the art form, but also learning from others who do it.

I like educating others about the significance of it as a part of other peoples cultures, Sajid, 19, of Tyler, said.

Sajid, who is studying business at Tyler Junior College, has been into henna since she was a child, but only recently started working to perfect her skills and promote her work.

Henna is a dye made from a plant and is used to create temporary tattoo-like artwork on skin.

Sajid said the twigs and flowers of the plant are ground into a fine powder that can be mixed with water or lemon juice. Then essential oils and sugar can be added. Sajid puts lavender, citrus and sometimes eucalyptus essentials oils in her henna.

Once the ingredients are mixed, the paste is put into a cellophane cone and squeezed out of the tiny tip onto peoples skin.

Women typically get henna done on their hands, arms, feet and/or legs.

Though Sajid has never done it, she said some women get henna done on their head – its called a henna crown – when they are battling cancer and lose their hair. Others get henna tattoos on their belly when they are pregnant.

Designs vary with some more floral in nature and others incorporating more geometric shapes and abstract symbols.

There also is a change in design depending upon the age of the client. Children typically have simpler designs and they get more complex as they get older.

Henna tattoos do not have religious meaning so much as cultural ones, though they are common during important religious holidays. Weddings also are a popular time for women to get henna done.

On a recent Saturday, Sajid did Henna for several clients. Two of them were sisters – Omama Qureshi, 19, and Saalika Qureshi, 9. The sisters were getting the henna done for Eid al-Fitr, one of the major Islamic holidays.

Sajid sat on the sofa with each sister as they got their hands done. With the cone in her right hand, Sajid began putting the henna on the girls wrists and hands. The process appears similar to icing a cake, but with much more intricate designs and a smaller cone.

It takes Sajid between five minutes to one hour to complete the henna depending on the design. Sajid charges between $15 and $60 for her work.

She said there are things she cannot do because her skill level isnt there yet, such as intricate paisley designs.

Once the henna is complete, clients wait for it to dry, which takes about 30 minutes. However, they wait a couple hours before removing the raised part of the paint, which leaves the deep reddish brown stain behind. The longer they wait to remove the raised part combined with how often they wash their skin determines how long the henna tattoos will last. One to three weeks is typical, Sajid said.

Sajids emphasis with her work is the organic nature of it. Growing up in Tyler, the henna she got was artificial and had chemicals in it. In addition to smelling badly, it also can irritate the skin and, in extreme cases, burn it.

About two years ago, she started researching if organic henna existed. When she found out it did and learned she could make her own, she started to do so and to share it with others.

She makes henna about twice a month. It can freeze up to six months, she said.

As far as the designs, Sajid is always on the lookout for new ones. The ones she uses are a combination of her own creations and those she sees online.

For Eid al-Fitr this year, she made a lookbook of sorts by putting papers with her designs drawn on them in a binder so she could show clients.

Sajid accepts all clients. They dont have to be of a particular culture or faith.

Though a steady hand, speed and good design sense help make a good henna tattoo artist, theyre not everything, Sajid said. The heart behind the artist matters.

Youre working toward giving your clients the best, she said.

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The 20 Best Model Tattoos Ever – Vogue.com07.03.17

Eve Salvail As fashions girl with the dragon tattoo, Eve Salvail turned heads throughout the 90s thanks in large part to the unforgettable inkon her head. Making the decision at 18 to shave her head and get marked while traveling through Japan, Salvail was spotted by designer Jean Paul Gaultier who elevated her to It-girl status almost immediately. Photo: Getty Images

Tattoos have moved from being airbrushed out of photos to becoming an essential part of the fashion conversation. Its no longer unusual to see models proudly display their distinctive body art, and with women like Ruby Rose and Cara Delevingne almost as famous for their ink as their onscreen presence, tattoos do more than serve as self-expression. For modelsand supermodelsa beautiful design is a calling card.

When it comes to tattoos, most models can be divided into two categories. There are the artfully inked stars like Catherine McNeil and Freja Beha Erichsen , whose ever-growing collections of body art turn their skin into walking canvases. With bold tattoos from head to toe, they fearlessly embrace tattooing as a way of life. Then, there are the beauties with artwork that is carefully concealed. With teensy, personal tattoos hidden in plain sight, their designs are discreet (who knew Gisele Bndchen was even inked?) but no less inspiring.

Whether they go big with a spray of flowers across the shoulder la Tasha Tilberg or keep things understated with a hidden Kendall Jenner style lip tat, each tattoo holds a special meaning for its owner. Song lyrics, art history references, and even marriage proposals are symbolized in the eye-catching designs. Here, a look back at 20 of the very best in model tattoosand the stories behind each work of art.

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We’ve Got the Perfect Solution for Your Minimal Tattoo Wants and Needs – Brit + Co07.03.17

A couple of years ago I told my dad that I dyed my hair purple and his response was, Thats fine as long as you dont go getting tattoos. Of course my mind wasnt even thinking about tattoos, but once he said that I started thinking about how cute a pineapple tattoo would be. Pineapples have always been special to me, and I have been doodling them in notebooks, decorating with them, and eating them since forever. Its no joke that I love pineapples, but on me forever? Still wasnt sure.

Through searching about tattoos, I came across Inkbox, which is a semi-permanent tattoo that looks real but lasts for two weeks. Its applied in 15 minutes like a temporary tattoo, but develops in the skin like a Polaroid within 24 hours. The formula is organic and safe for the skin 🙂 And listen to this: Starting in September, they will have the option to upload your own designs! (psst we got a sneak peek) Read onto see the different ways you can apply Inkbox tats.

Here we go! As Inkbox says: Make temporary bad decisions.

First things first design some tattoos! Weve come up with a few, which you can download right here. Download these and edit to your desired size. Then starting in September you can upload them toInkbox [CREATE]and get the custom tattoo sent to your door!

Following the instructions is very easy remove the sticky white paper, stick to your skin, and then peel off the black backing. Remember that you can only stick it down once, so place itwisely.

Use the alcohol wipe to dab onto the ink pad. Dont go too close to the edges or your tattoo could bleed.

Microwave your provided cloth, fold in half, place on the tattoo, and press extremely hard for the first 30 seconds. Continue holding in place for the next 15 minutes. It is super important to not move the cloth. Since I am a multi-tasker, this was very hard for me. In return, I paid for the consequences in the results, which was a bleedy tattoo. Avoid my mistake do not move the white cloth.

Once your 15 minutes is up, peel off the tattoo and wait for it to dry. Rinse with soap and water and wait 24 hours for the tattoo to fully develop.

Another option Inkbox provides is ink for freehand drawing. This ink works just like henna draw onto clean skin and wait an hour for the ink to dry. Once dry, peel it off and wait 24 hours for the tattoo to develop.

Gah! We cant get over the results! Looks so real! We Love

Inkbox can be applied anywhere on your body. Back tat or tramp stamp Inkbox has got you covered. (Insert laughing emoji here)

The free hand ink is pretty addicting. Anita went for it with small, minimal tattoos on her fingers.

So here I am with purple hair and two tattoos 😉 Dont tell my dad.

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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly BrydenTattoo Design: Marisa Kumtog and Kelly Bryden Photography: Chris Andre and Kurt Andre Tattoos: Inkbox

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Kelantan bans ‘dreamcatcher’ henna tattoo design; warns women to choose motifs wisely – New Straits Times Online06.20.17

KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim women with an affinity for having henna applied to their hands and feet must be careful in choosing henna designs because some, like the popular dreamcatcher, symbolise other religious beliefs.

Kelantan Mufti Datuk Mohamad Shukri Mohamad, who announced a ban on the design, said any henna motif which has a similarity to symbols of other religious beliefs should be avoided.

“Muslims must not resemble people of other religions. For example, wearing a cross-shaped pendant,” he said.

Mohamad Shukri said Muslims must abide by the guidelines on the usage of henna, which should be water absorbent, would not invalidate ablution, and is not sourced from unclean material.

In some Native American cultures, the dreamcatcher, a small hoop decorated with feathers and beads, is believed to give its owner good dreams.

At several locations in the federal capital, Bernama observed that many henna tattoo artists offer dreamcatcher designs to their customers.

One henna tattoo fan who wanted to be known only as Mira, 24, said she was surprised when a henna artist at a night market in Shah Alam, Selangor, told her that her stall was visited by officers from the Selangor Islamic Religious Department, who informed her that dreamcatcher designs are not allowed. — BERNAMA

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W Hotels of New York Launch New In-House Tattoo Series – BizBash06.20.17

A bartender at the branded Espoln Tequila bar served cocktails inspired by Carter and donned face paint provided by an artist at the event.

NEW YORK A hotel suite probably isnt the first place one would think of to get a tattoo from a world-renowned artist in the craft. But throughout the summer, W Hotels & Resorts New York properties are giving guests exclusive access to four such international professionals through a new in-house series.

For its first-ever In-House Tattoo Artist Series, the Marriott International-owned, designed-focused brand is turning four Extreme Wow Suites into private tattoo studios for a week, complete with custom designs and decor that reflect each artists design aesthetic. The series kicked off at the brands Times Square property on May 28a launch party took place on May 31with a residence by tattoo and hip-hop artist Tuki Carter. The series is allowing lucky hotel guests to skip multi-year waiting lists and schedule consultations, with rates by the hour.

Something W is passionate about is design. We wanted to bring design to our guests and to the local community in a way that was fun and innovative, said Joseph Folta, marketing manager for W New YorkTimes Square. We gave our guests insider access to tattoo designers who they might not usually be able to work with.

The lineup also will include Chris Garver at W New YorkUnion Square from July 3 to 10, Sara Fabel at W New York Downtown from August 20 to 27, and Jack Rudy at the original W New York in September, starting September 4 to a to-be-determined date.

W partnered with public relations firm Lion & Lamb Communications to collaborate for the tattoo artist curation. We tried to match each tattoo designer to the aesthetic of the property theyll be working with, says Folta, who noted that Carters playful artwork was a good match for the Times Square property. Another example Folta mentioned was Fabel at the downtown locationthe Finnish artist only works with black ink and has a clean, organic design that matches the downtown hotels aesthetic.

While each suite design will be completely different, the brand commissioned SaDiyya Dunkley of Hermosa Design House to work with each artist to decorate the suites based on their signature aesthetics. For the Times Square suite, a wall of bamboo, flowers, and paper airplanes was designed to resemble the cover of Carters debut album, Flowers and Planes.

W also has partnered with Espoln Tequila for the series, providing suite guests with custom cocktails created specifically to pay homage to each artist.

Ws brand is very playful and witty, Folta added. Were really trying to bring design to life within the hotel. Its about taking design and turning it on its head.

While the series is slated to end in September, the brand announced a possibility of continuing the program with additional artists.

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Ink enthusiasts are now getting bold tattoos on their KNEES but are you brave enough to try it? – The Sun06.20.17

Giant red roses, animal motifs, insects and spider webs are some of the most startling emblems

KNEE tattoos are the bold new craze among body art enthusiasts.

The inkings are gaining popularity on Instagram with fans sharing photographs of their eye-catching designs.

Giant red roses, animal motifs, insects and spider webs are some of the most startling emblems.

But these tattoos definitely arent for the faint-hearted.

One of the more prominent places to show off some ink is on your knee, said Ink Magazine.

The experts say the designsrequire a heck of an artist to pull them off correctly because of the awkward shape of the knee.

And, knee tattsare also incredibly painful.

Du Buddha Tattoo commented: The horrible pain, caused by a tattoo gun needle, which in this case feels rather like a sharp blade cutting through the skin deep into the bones, occurs due to lack of adipose tissue here.

It is very thin [skin] thats why it does not soften the discomfort.

Luke Edwards, from Exile Tattoo, which is based in Leigh-on-Sea, said he nearly passed out while getting his left knee inked.

Writing on Reddit, he advised having the tattoos done over two sessions to feel more comfortable as he personally bit off more than I could chew having his design in one sitting.

Last week, we reported ink lovers are loving armpit tattoos.

Underarm designs are ideal for people who want a super discrete yet strikingly bold option.

People can get tattoos pretty much anywhere. Yes, anywhere. And one of the strangest, yet most intriguing places to get tattooed seems to be the armpit, commented Ink Magazine.

The cool thing about the armpit is that you can do some really creative and fun things with it all because of the location.

However, its a pretty painful place to go under the needle.

The tattoo publication added: The not so cool thing about it is that it hurts more than you can imagine.

Photographs of tongue tattoos flooded Instagram in January, with designs including a dice, a cockroach and an anchor.

Other tatt fans have removed their socks and showcased the bizarre designs theyve hadtattooed onto their feet.

From retro cartoon characters to shriek-inducing spiders and colourful cars, these doodles are for the bold only.

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Deejo Knife Review A Customizable and Tattooable Blade – American Iron Magazine06.15.17

Decisions-Decisions

Theres nothing like having lots of options available. Dont you love it when you go to a restaurant and find so many tempting items on the menu that its hard to decide?

Well, a company named Deejo has brought that idea to the realm of knifemaking. After great success distributing its products in France, Deejo wants to go global and begin selling in the U.S.A. The concept is called My Deejo, a customizable and tattooable knife. You design it, they make it and send it to you. You can select the handle of your choice, the color, the finish, and many more options. Its all done on the impressive and interactive My.Deejo.Fr website, and it works awesome! I could change all the aspects of the knife to see the different wood colors and tattoo patterns. It would probably be hard for one customer to find another knife just like his out in public. I like that the customer can individualize his knife.

There are three metal finishes available; (Mirror polished, Grey Titanium, Black titanium), and three sizes available; (15g is 7cm closed, 27g is 9 cm closed, and 37 g is 11cm closed). You can pick from four handle styles; (Naked, color slabs (8 vibrant colors), Wood (5 styles), or Carbon Fiber). And on some designs, you can have some text engraved on the metal portion of the handle, like a birthday, a persons name, or a slogan. My selected design of Topography did not allow that option, but I really like this design so I did without the engraving. And speaking of designs (the tattoos), there are a whopping 67 to choose from.

The concept is called My Deejo, a customizable and tattooable knife.

The Deejo website is interactive and shows changes to your knife design with the click of a mouse. Be sure you have some time to spend perusing all the many choices. Mine is the 37 gram model (11cm closed) in grey titanium finish with Topography tattoo design and Juniper wood handle.

Just like that enormous restaurant menu, the My.Deejo.Fr website will make it hard for you to decide. But once you do, and place your order, youre in for a treat.

I am impressed with the light weight of this knife. Its so light youll forget you have it on you. It comes with a built-in pocket clip and its quite svelte. This is not the bulky multi-tool Im used to carrying, this is what Id call a Gentlemens blade. And once you make all the decisions and place your order, itll be uniquely you.

Deejo Knife 15g, 7cm closed, from $29.90 27g, 9cm closed, from $49.90 37g, 11cm closed, from $59.90 http://www.My.Deejo.fr

American Iron Editor Steve Lita was impressed with the lightweight of this folding knife. Its so light youll forget you have it on you.

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Misterton tattoo parlour does 22 Manchester bee designs in one day – Lincolnshire Echo06.15.17

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A Misterton tattoo parlour inked 22 worker bee tattoos to raise money for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.

Staff at Anarchy Ink in Misterton along with a team of helpers collecting from passers-by managed to raise 1552 for the cause.

The Manchester worker bee has become a symbol of solidarity since the attack, with thousands of people in the UK having the design tattooed to pay tribute to all those affected by the attack.

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Owner Barbara Langton said on Facebook on June 11: “A massive massive thankyou to everyone that helped all day today from 10am-7.30pm i managed 22 tattoos with the help of my fabulas crew!!

“Julie Elizabeth, Ann Douglas, Kay Morley, Lisa Woollas, Steph Moore, Sarah Bingham and the unforgettable Elyce Myfanwy Fitton. We managed a whopping 1552.

“Thank you so much to everyone who has donated especially Brian Cooper and Elaine Cooper who donated 100.”

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Ariel Winter and Her Bae Levi Meaden Debut New Tattoos – J-14 Magazine06.15.17

Ariel Winter just debuted brand new ink, but she didn’t do it alone. Her boyfriend Levi Meaden also came along for the ride and got some new designs himself. It all started when Ariel took to Twitter to ask her fans for tattoo ideas. The actress then hit the tattoo parlor to get a snake design on her inner forearm but it didn’t stop there.

Ariel and her boyfriend also got some matching designs which says a lot about their relationship. The decision to get matching tattoos with a significant other is a very permanent choice, which leads us to believe these two are seriously in it for the long run. After all, they are living together.

Not only did Ariel and Levi each get half-heart designs on their hands, but they also got their fave food items on their fingers. Ariel opted for a cheese tattoo, while Levi went for a jar of peanut butter.

The Modern Family actress is no stranger to tattoos. Not only does she have a spade on her right wrist, but she also has a tiger design right in the center of her upper back. Ariel also has her nieces and nephew’s tatted across her ribcage, in addition to a Greek phrase on her hip.

So does the starlet have even more ink in her future? All signs point to yes.

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