Tinsley Transfers

Tinsley Transfers - Stitched - Trauma FX

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Tinsley Transfers Trauma FX are the most realistic temporary tattoos anywhere for any and all of your SFX creations!

  • FDA approved inks!
  • Colors that perfectly mimic real tattoo ink
  • Designs look like they are actually in the skin
  • Used in the film and television industry
  • Most celebrated temporary tattoos in the world!

Average Tattoo Size: 2" X 3"
Tattoo Sheet Size: 8” X 6”

Look good with this large temporary tattoo when going out for fun, to the beach, dancing, the gym or just about anywhere. Unlike other temporary tattoos, these look very real!

  • A temporary tattoo worth wearing.
  • Extra Large Tattoos are extremely realistic.
  • Will look great on any part of your body

How To Apply:

1. Skin should be clean & free of oils & makeup. 2. Remove clear, protective top sheet. 3. Press tattoo firmly onto clean, dry skin with design facing down. 4 Hold wet cloth against back of tattoo, press down and make sure to wet it thoroughly. 5. Wait 30 seconds (don’t hurry). Peel off paper backing. 6. Gently rinse image with water for best effect.   TO REMOVE: Saturate tattoo with household rubbing alcohol or baby oil; wait 10 seconds, then rub away tattoo with cotton ball. Or remove from dry skin using several pieces of transparent household tape.   WARNING: Don’t apply to sensitive skin, near eyes, or if allergic to adhesive.
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Reviewed by Margie S.
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Not what I wanted

Silly me, I had assumed all Tinsley Transfers were prosthetic 3D so was a bit disappointed that it was just the old fashioned water based tattoo transfers. So I accidentally bought the wrong thing.

I’m sure they’d be perfect for fun Halloween makeup for non-Sfx artists.

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