Fake Tattoo Cover Up

Hide Stretch Marks, Scars, etc.
or just enjoy the fun of Temporary Tattoos!

* Painless to apply
* Lasts 3 to 10 days
* Washes off with soap & water


Choose a Temporary Tattoo Category

These temporary tattoos can be worn for fun or to cover up stretch mark, scars, veins, etc. The 'Hide Stretch Marks' area shows samples of how these fake tattoos can be used and suggests different tattoos although you can use any tattoo on this website. Use your creativity and cover them up. Have fun without making a permanent committment!

How To Apply A Temporary Tattoo

Applying a temporary tattoo application is easy. Follow the steps below and see how easy it is!

Step One – Prep

Things to have: Scissors, a sponge, a cotton pad, a cloth or paper towel and water. Your skin should be clean, dry and free of any oils. The less hair in the area the better.

Step Two – Cut Out The Tattoo

Cut around the edges of your temporary tattoo. Get as close to the edges of the design as possible. If you cut into the tattoo design a bit that's okay.

Step Three – Peel and Stick

Peel off the clear protective cover of the tattoo. Make sure you remove this top sheet. Place the tattoo with the design against your skin. This is where you want to take a wet sponge, damp cloth or wet paper towel and fully saturate the backside of the tattoo. Using warm water isn’t necessary. But it’s a nice touch to make you more comfortable during the tattoo application.

Make sure you get the tattoo fully wet with that damp cloth and press it against your skin for a full thirty seconds. Don’t rush. Good things take time.

After thirty seconds peel back the tattoo paper to reveal your new temporary tattoo! Remember. For best results make sure to wait thirty seconds before removing the tattoo paper. Yup! Looks like a real tattoo!

Tips On Applying a Larger Temporary Tattoo

Grab a friend to help if you can, but the easiest way to apply one of our Extra Large Tattoos is to cut the tattoo into smaller sections and to then apply it section-by-section, similar to a puzzle. Try to make cuts in open space (if available) through the design. Avoid cuts directly through the tattoo artwork for best results and minimal overlays.

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