Sugar Skulls Tattoo

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    • The skull is a representation of impermanence, transition, and freedom.  It signifies the liberation of worldly burdens.
    • The annual Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations of Mexico in which the skull is a prominent feature, is an extension of this liberation theme.
    • This is a time when veil separating the dead from the living is at its thinnest.  A time in which life and death meet, and loved ones are reunited.
    • Here the skull represents the faint shadows our physical remnant left behind upon our death.  Beyond those gaping dark sockets is the life beyond what our eyes have seen.

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    How To Use

    1. Peel off the clear plastic surface that protects the tattoo.
    2. Place the image face-down on your body.
    3. Firmly press a damp (but not soaking) cloth or sponge over the back of the tattoo.
    4. Hold it in that position for at least 60 seconds. This will get you the most complete image. Try to move as little as possible.
    5. Take off the cloth/sponge. Gently grab a corner of the paper with two fingers and slowly peel off a little bit.
    6. Wait another minute for it to dry, remembering to not move the area you tattooed so it'll stay smooth.
    7. And Hey Presto! Your temporary tattoo is ready.

    • The transfer tattoos will come off naturally over a few days just with normal washing. Tattoos can be removed quickly and easily with either baby oil or an alcohol cleanser.

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