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Japanese Skull Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Set

Japanese Skull Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Set

Regular price $19.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $19.00 USD
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  • Tattoo Lasts 2-5 Days
  • Free Shipping Worldwide
  • Safe & FDA-Approved

Size & Quantity

Each set includes 6 tattoos that are printed on a single A5 temporary tattoo sheet. The tattoos come in different sizes and are scaled to fit within a square area. Here is the breakdown of the number of tattoos for each size:

  • 3.5" x 3.5": 1 piece
  • 2.5" x 2.5": 1 piece
  • 1.8" x 1.8": 1 piece
  • 1.0" x 1.0": 3 pieces

Multi-Size Temporary Tattoo Sample

Shipping Details

We offer free international shipping via DHL from our headquarters in Hong Kong.

Shipping Time: 1 - 2 Weeks

You will receive a shipping confirmation email with your tracking number once your order ships.

How To Apply

  1. Clean and dry the skin completely
  2. Cut around the tattoo without including the orange dashed lines
  3. Remove the transparent film and place the tattoo sticky side down on skin
  4. Rub and wet the tattoo completely with sponge
  5. Wait 30 seconds and peel the corner of the tattoo slowly

Japanese Skull Tattoo Meaning

The Meaning of Japanese Skull Tattoo

A Japanese skull tattoo is a traditional Japanese tattoo design that features a human skull. The skull is often drawn in black ink with exaggerated features. It symbolizes concepts like impermanence, mortality, and the transient nature of life.

In Japanese culture, skulls represent how life can end at any moment. They remind the bearer that beauty and youth do not last forever, and that one day our bodies will decay. Getting a skull tattoo helps cultivate an appreciation for each moment and experience. It can inspire living life to the fullest before time runs out.

The Japanese skull tattoo has taken on additional meanings over time. Some see it as representing strength in facing one's mortality. Others feel it signifies rebirth or transition to a new stage of life. Overall, the skull is a potent symbol used in Japanese tattoos to contemplate profound issues around the fragility of the human condition.

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