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  • Natural Black Jagua Tattoos, Safety tested and approved! Does not contain PPD!

    How to Use Jagua Tattoo Products

    We stock both formats, Jagua Tattoo Paint and Jagua Tattoo Gel. Both products work in the same way on your skin, but they are different to work with. See the Step-by-Step instructions below for each product.

    Some types of design are more suited to paint or gel, but most designs can be achieved with either product. The choice of product format is a matter of personal preference, if you are more comfortable with a paintbrush in your hand then try the Jagua Tattoo Paint first. If however you are used to working with henna paste, then try the Jagua Tattoo Gel first.


    JAGUA TATTOO GEL INSTRUCTIONS

    Step 1
    Spread some soapy water liberally across the skin, covering the area for the Jagua Tattoo.
    Step 2
    Firmly press your transfer face down against the soapy skin. Hold securely in place momentarily.
    Step 3
    Carefully peel away the transfer slowly, to avoid smudging the outline print on the skin.
    Step 4
    Revealing the outline of your Jagua Tattoo design simply transferred onto the skin ready for you to start.
    Step 5
    Place some Jagua Tattoo gel in an application cone & cut a very fine tip, squeeze gently as you draw.
    Step 6
    Follow the transfer outline using the application cone like a pen, fill in any solid colour areas as you go.
    Step 7
    Jagua Tattoo Gel dries in 30mins – 1 hour, but it needs to stay on the skin for 2 hours for best results.
    Step 8
    After 2 hours carefully peel away the dried Jagua Tattoo gel, avoid scraping the skin for best results.
    Step 9
    Wash off remaining residue with cool water, revealing a very pale greyish coloured Jagua Tattoo.
    Step 10
    Over the next 2 days your Jagua Tattoo will gradually develop into a gorgeous ‘Tattoo Black’ colour.



    JAGUA TATTOO PAINT INSTUCTIONS

    Step 1
    Spread some soapy water liberally across the skin, covering the area for the Jagua Tattoo.
    Step 2
    Press the transfer face down on the skin. Then peel away slowly to avoid smudging the transfer print.
    Step 3
    Revealing the outline of your Jagua Tattoo design simply transferred onto the skin ready for you to start.
    Step 4
    Load your brush well and start to paint the Jagua Tattoo, using the transfer outline to guide you.
    Step 5
    The Jagua Tattoo paint needs to be very liberally applied, so that it sits in a raised pool on top of the skin.
    Step 6
    For best results, immediately apply a second coat of Jagua Tattoo paint, to make sure it is thick enough.
    Step 7
    Jagua Tattoo paint dries in 10 – 30 minutes, but it needs to stay on the skin for 2 hours for best results.
    Step 8
    After 2 hours wash off the Jagua Tattoo paint with cool water, alternatively use wet paper-towels.
    Step 9
    Practically invisible at first, a pale greyish colour will appear as your Jagua Tattoo begins to develop.
    Step 10
    Practically invisible at first, a pale greyish colour will appear as your Jagua Tattoo begins to develop.
    JAGUA TATTOO AFTERCARE

    Now that you’ve got a gorgeous Jagua Tattoo, it’s very important to look after it well to get the best results. Your Jagua Tattoo will be part of your skin for the next few weeks, so treat it gently and your tattoo will look great and last as long as it possibly can.

    To make sure your Jagua Tattoo lasts as long as possible:

    •  Do not pick or wash your Jagua Gel / Paint off early.
    •  Avoid contact with bleaching chemicals such as household cleaning fluids, and chlorinated water in swimming pools
    •  Avoid saunas and steam rooms and these actively encourage your skins natural regeneration cycle
    •  Avoid contact with abrasives such as exfoliating products etc…
    •  When showering/bathing do not scrub your skin, just wash it gently with mild soap.
    •  After showering/bathing do not rub your skin dry, pat it gently with a towel instead

     
    The 100% natural botanical staining power in these products come from renewable sources within the rainforest of South America.

    Indigenous people throughout Amazonia have used the natural dye of the Jagua fruit (Genipa Americana) to adorn their skin for as long as can be remembered. Now you too can experience one of the best-kept secrets of the Amazon!

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