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How to create a temporary tattoo

If you wish to get a tattoo done, but don't want a permanent one, why not design a DIY temporary tattoo?
To start, zero in on a design you want. Avoid a complicated pattern.
Use a gel pen in a dark colour to draw the design. The ink in gel pens is easy to transfer from the paper to the skin. Draw the design on paper such as tracing paper or parchment paper using a pencil, then fill it with colour using the gel pen. 
Wet a piece of cloth with warm water once you have decided on the spot where you want the tattoo. 
Place the design on the skin. Press the wet cloth firmly on the paper for approximately 30 seconds.
Slowly and gently peel a corner of the paper to see if it is completely transferred to your skin.
Once it is done, remove the cloth and peel off the paper. Let the design air dry, and be careful not to brush it against your clothes or your body.
The tattoo will stay on your skin for a few days, but once it comes in contact with water, the design will start to fade.

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