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Tattoo Robbie Swift Swallow (Pair)

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£5.88
Code: 402-398

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This pair of swifts are very similar to Robbie's Bird Tattoo.

To get the celeb look, these should be worn flying just below the belly button.

Swifts are also the most common of old sailor tattoos making these ideal for Naval Themes when worn on the chest.

How to apply:

  • Ensure the skin is completely clean and dry, and free from any oils and lotions.
  • Avoid stretching or twisting the skin. Get a friend to help if applying to awkward areas.
  • Try to avoid applying to hairy areas. If necessary shave the area before applying.
  • Now remove the clear film and apply the temporary tattoo to the skin.
  • Wet the back of the tattoo with a damp cloth making sure the tattoo is thoroughly soaked.
  • Wait for 30-40 seconds.
  • Lift the corner slightly to see if the tattoo is transferring and then slide the backing gently aside.
  • Rinse gently with warm water to remove excess glue.

How to remove:

  • To remove simple wipe over with baby oil or an alcohol based cleaner.

How long do they last?

  • Your temporary tattoo will usually last for 4-8 days but can last for up to 3 weeks.
  • You can also wear your tattoo in the shower but avoid washing directly.
  • To help make your tattoo last longer avoid placing under tightly fitting clothing.

Are they safe?

Our temporary tattoos are totally safe. All tattoos are 100% F.D.A. approved and meet or exceed all standards set. If in the unlikely event of a reaction, remove gently. Do not apply to sensitive or damaged skin and keep away from the eyes. Temporary tattoos are not recommended for children under 5 years.

  • Size: 12.8cm x 12.8cm each
  • Pair of Swift Swallow temporary tattoos

Swift Swallow pair of tattoo transfers

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