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Instructions to Apply a Temporary Body Tattoo :
  1. Cut out tattoo of choice and remove clear sheet.
  2. Place tattoo face down on skin. Wet the tattoo thoroughly with a sponge.
  3. After 20-30 seconds, gently remove the backing paper. Allow the tattoo to dry.

TO REMOVE : Dab tattoo with rubbing alcohol or baby oil. Wait 10 seconds then rub gently and repeatedly with more rubbing alcohol or baby oil until removed.
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The celts : Were a tribal people who moved across western europe in times around 1200 and 700 b.c. they reached the british isles around 400 b.c. and most of what has survived from their culture is in the areas now known as ireland, wales and cotland. Celtic culture was full of body art. Permanent body painting was done with woad, which left a blue design on the skin. Spirals are very common, and they can be single, doubled or tripled. Knotwork is probably the most recognized form of celtic art, with lines forming complex braids which then weave across themselves. These symbolise the connection of all life. Step or key patterns, like those found in early labyrinth designs, are seen both in simple borders and full complex mazes. Much in the way that labyrinths are walked, these designs are symbolic of the various paths that life\92s journey can take.

Central and south america : In peru, tattooed inca mummies dating to the 11th century have been found. 16th century spanish accounts of mayan tattooing in mexico and central americareveal tattoos to be a sign of courage. When cortez and his conquistadors arrived on the coast of mexico in 1519 they were horrified to discover that the natives not only worshipped devils in the form of statues and idols, but had somehow managed to imprint indelible images of these idols on their skin. The spaniards, who had never heard of tattooing, recognized it at once as the work of satan. The sixteenth century spanish historians who chronicled the adventures of cortez and his conquistadors reported that tattooing was widely practiced by the natives of central america.

North america : Early jesuit accounts testify to the widespread practice of tattooing among native americans. Among the chickasaw, outstanding warriors were recognised by their tattoos. Among the ontario iroquoians, elaborate tattoos reflected high status. In north-west america, inuit women's chins were tattooed to indicate marital status and group identity. The first permanent tattoo shop in new york city was settled up in 1846 and began a tradition by tattooing military servicemen from both sides of the civil war. Samuel o'reilly invented the electric tattooing machine in 1891.

Middle-east : During the time of the old testament, much of the pagan world was practicing the art of tattooing as a means of deity worship. A passage in leviticus reads: \91ye shall not make any cuttings on your flesh for the dead nor print any marks upon you\92. (19:28) this has been cited as biblical authority to support the church's position. Biblical scholar m.w. Thomson suggests, however, that moses favored tattoos. Moses introduced tattoos as a way to commemorate the deliverance of the jews from slavery in egypt.

Vikings : It is very likely that the vikings were tattooed. At around year 1100 the arab ibn fadlan described a meeting with some vikings. He thought them very rude, dirty - and covered with pictures.

England : Explorers returned home with tattooed polynesians to exhibit at fairs, in lecture halls and in dime museums, to demonstrate the height of european civilization compared to the \91primitive natives\92. After captain cook returned from his voyage to polynesia tattooing became a tradition in the british navy. By the middle of the 18th century most british ports had at least one professional tattoo artist in residence. In 1862, the prince of wales, later to become king edward vii, received his first tattoo - a jerusalem cross - on his arm. He started a tattoo fad among the aristocracy when he was tattooed before ascending to the throne. In 1882, his sons, the duke of clarence and the duke of york were tattooed by the japanese master tattooist, hori chiyo.

France : In the 18th century, many french sailors returning from voyages in the south pacific had been tattooed. In 1861, french naval surgeon, maurice berchon, published a study on the medical complications of tattooing. After this, the navy and army banned tattooing within their ranks.

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