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Let your inner wild child out for a night on the town with temporary tattoos from Windy City Novelties!  Whether you’re transforming yourself into a hardcore rock star for Halloween, need to look like a tough guy before hitting the local biker bar, need some fun party favors for the loot bags at your child’s next birthday party, or don’t want to let your friends know you’re too afraid of needles to get a real tattoo, our selection of temporary tattoos has something for everyone.  Choose hardcore temporary tattoos like barbed wire arm bands, Chinese symbols, or a rose and thorns or select kid-friendly temporary tattoos featuring Angry Birds, princesses, witches and wizards, or sports themes.  Whichever temporary tattoos you choose, you can’t go wrong!  Complete your body transformations with our selection of makeup and cosmetics.  Perfect for finishing off your Halloween look, adding some glitter and glitz to your hairstyle, adorning your face for the Friday night football game, or transforming the cast of the school play, we have everything you need for any occasion.  Our selection of face paints features complete kits designed for specific looks, such as tigers, devils, witches, or skulls, or individual paint pots that let you create your own custom kit with all the colors you need.  Or, transform your hairstyle with some of our cool colored hairspray!  If you weren’t blessed with the bright blue, pink, or purple hair you’re longing for, or just want to try any of our other rainbow of colors, then these sprays are a great and non-permanent alternative that your mom can’t ground you for trying!  With these in your styling arsenal, you’ll never have a bad hair day again! A temporary tattoo is a non-permanent image on the skin resembling a real tattoo. Temporary tattoos can be drawn, painted, or airbrushed, as a form of body painting, but most of the time these tattoos are transferred to the skin. Temporary tattoos of any kind are used for numerous purposes including self-expression and identification. For example, actors who wish to add to their character's distinctiveness might take temporary tattoos painted on the skin by hand or using stencils as part of their cosmetic ritual. Old fashioned temporary tattoos, which were first made popular as inserts in bubble gum, were poor quality ink transfers that often resulted in blurry designs and could easily be washed or rubbed off. A very identifiable brand would be the fruit flavored chewing gum Fruit Stripe which has been popular with American children for many years. Nonetheless, these lick-and-peel temporary tattoos became a well-known piece of North America. Modern temporary transfer tattoos are made of ink and glue, and last much longer than older temporary tattoos. In this process, the tattoo is applied to the outer surface of the skin and remains until such time as the image fades away (typically after 3–5 days) or is removed. While most temporary tattoos are created commercially for advertising or as novelty items, the process of creating has been adapted to the fine art of lithography as well.[1] And even more recently, Chanel, the Parisian fashion house, has set up a themed area in Selfridges on Oxford Street offering customers the chance to have Chanel's own transfer tattoos applied by experts. The designer offerings have been advertised (as part of Chanel's Paris Spring & Summer 2010 farmyard barn theme recreated in London) as an opportunity for fans to have the chance to have tattoo transfers applied to "areas of the private nature". Temporary tattoos usually consist of five main elements: the front of the sheet of paper, the back of the sheet of paper, ink, glue and a protective plastic sheet. The front of the sheet is covered with a special coating upon which the tattoo image is printed with special inks. A layer of glue is then applied on top of the image. A thin, transparent plastic sheet is placed over the front of the sheet to protect the image and glue layer. The back of the sheet is left untreated and has a list of ingredients and instructions printed on it. Transfer temporary tattoos are usually applied by removing the plastic sheet, placing the image face down against the skin and moistening the backing by wetting it thoroughly. The backing can then be carefully removed, leaving the image in place. In 1980, temporary tattoos were created using different and exotic ink systems. 3M designed and developed a special coating called Micro-Fragrance that made scratch-n-sniff technology possible. The temporary tattoo industry adopted the scratch-n-sniff concept and a few companies, such as Dallas-based Highgate Products, released scented tattoos. Around this time advances in ink and screen printing were also developed. These advances made the tattoos last longer and look more realistic. As tattoos quality increased, so did demand. People began seeing temporary tattoos as a product that could last and could be used outside of inexpensive giveaways. Today, temporary tattoos are sold everywhere from vending machines to check-out counters at mass retailers to high-end boutiques and can be customized and printed through a color laser printer using specialty color laser transfer paper. A variety of tattoo designs exist; everything from Marvel superhero tattoos, to glitter designs, to Ed Hardy temporary tattoos for trendy adults and clubbing designs for young people.
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