Temporary Tattoos And Body Art

It’s no secret that RebelsMarket offers alternative fashion for the misfit – rockabilly styles, gothic clothing, biker jackets, punk rock styles, shoes, jewelry and more. So it’s safe to say that, whatever your rebellious style, we have awesome alternative clothing and accessories for you! But you might be surprised to know that we also stock temporary tattoos and body art. After all, temporary tattoos are the next big thing for adults and children alike!

We handpick our artwork from infamous tattoo artists from around the world, so you know our temp tattoos are the real deal. Whether you are looking for semi-permanent tattoos, long lasting body art or just temporary tattoo designs, it’s definitely worth taking a glance at our selection. Our styles range from bold colored temporary tattoos, realistic temporary body art, flowers and skulls, to black and white as well as custom tattoo designs and henna tattoos. And what’s more – all of our fake body art is non-toxic, organic and completely child-friendly.

Now you can adorn your body with beautiful temporary tattoos and body art, especially if you’re into the look of tattoos but you don’t want to make the lifelong commitment of getting inked up. Complement your tattoo clothing with some temporary ink, or make your boho outfit come to life with a temporary arm band. The styling options are limitless!

Our temporary tattoos complement our alternative clothing collections, all curated with your rebellious styles in mind. We curate clothing and fashion accessories from alternative retailers around the world, and our temp tattoos are selected with the same attention to quality and detail. So if you’re looking for temporary tattoos for adults and children that are stylish and unique, then look no further. We offer temporary tattoos in such gorgeous designs that you’ll wish they were real.

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How to Wear Temporary Tattoos

When it comes to rocking temporary tattoos, you don’t have to go big and bold if you don’t want to. Temporary body art doesn’t have to be the focal point of your look, you could opt for something cute and small – tiny tattoos are just as stylish as full sleeves, it’s just about finding the right temporary tattoo to complement your outfit.

In the past, tattoos were relegated to certain anti-culture groups, such as bikers, gangs and punk rockers. But now, they’re easily accessible to anyone who wants to adorn their bodies in beautiful designs, with temporary tattoos providing even more freedom.

The beauty of temporary tattoos is the fact that they can be switched up whenever you like, so you aren’t limited in your style. You can rock large realistic tattoos for bold outfits, or small understated temporary tattoos for when you want to appear a little more casual. So for example, if you’re going for a cute, kawaii style then a small symbol on the wrist or foot can add a cute little edge to your outfit.

Temporary tattoos for adults are great for the summer months, and have become particularly popular with festival crowds. But instead of trying to hang on to the festival look all year round, try wearing your tattoos with something other than cute summer dresses or cut-off jeans. Switch things up a bit and throw people off by not being afraid to layer up a little. Rocking a cute temporary wrist tattoo underneath a long trendy cardigan or coat is a subtle way to show off your temporary ink – as it won’t be permanently on display.

Another great tip for wearing temporary tattoos and body art is to cut up larger designs into smaller pieces. Snip intricate patterns down to a size of your liking, and benefit from way more body art designs. Also, placing temporary tattoos in discreet locations is great of you want to be able to switch seamlessly from a daytime casual to a night time glamorous look – a small wrist tattoo won’t look out of place with a stunning evening dress.

However, if you’re not a fan of discretion, you can make a statement by placing a temporary tattoo on the back of your hand, or if you’re out hitting the clubs (or going to a festival), you can go bold by applying temporary tattoos and body art to the face or forehead.

A final note on how to wear temporary tattoos and body art is this; remember to apply your tats in moderation. A couple of cute temporary designs is fine, but if you go overboard on the temporary body art you run the risk of looking like you’re going to a costume party!