One of the biggest concerns that people have when they decide they want to get a new tattoo is, "How is that artist going to take my picture and get it onto my skin without warping the dimensions or messing up the contours?". Henna and Jagua can last up to two weeks so it's fair to be a little leery when it comes to diving into the unknown, even on a temporary basis!
Have no fear! There is a product that skilled, professional tattoo artists use so that the artwork looks exactly like it does on your skin when the job is complete: body art stencil transfer paper. Sound simple? That's because it is.
Draw or trace a design on the top surface of the transfer paper and the pressure of your pencil will create an impact impression on the backside that can be easily transferred to the skin. See the video in the thumbnails above for a first hand look of transfers in action.
Pack Contains: Ten 8.375" x 11.875" sheets of Spirit Body Art Transfer Paper.
Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)