Best selling glow in the dark tattoos in 2022
Why do you need a fluorescent tattoo?
There are two different kinds of glow in the dark tattoos.
The first kind are the black light tattoos created with ultraviolet-reactive ink, who glow under ultraviolet black-light bulbs. So during the day they look like regular tattoos and the vivid colours can’t be seen, but at night they make you look really cool ! All the details light up and your tattoo completely glows up.
The second kind of fluorescent tattoos are the temporary sticker tattoos, and that’s exactly what this page is about.
There are hundreds of variant on the market. There are of course a lot of funny designs for children, but adults will find some inspiration as well with the numerous holiday or event-themed temporary tattoo sticker collections.
Frequently asked questions about temporary glow in the dark tattoos
Glow in the dark tattoos are a kind of temporary tattoos that are applied on the skin using a stencil template, cosmetic glitter or body adhesive. They will look like regular stickers during the daytime, but will heavily light up when put under a black light.
If you follow the instructions correctly and clean your skin before applying the temporary tattoo, you should be able to enjoy the glowing effect for at least a week.
Yes, fluorescent tattoos are waterproof. But if you start rubbing your skin under the shower, in the bath tub or while swimming, you can be sure it will come off. If you take a daily swim in a chlorinated swimming pool, the glow in the dark effect will fade in a matter of days.
If this kind of tattoo has been applied on your face, you should definitely use makeup remover to avoid harming your skin and eyes. For the rest of the body, the use of surgical spirit is recommended. This will immediately remove the sticky component of the tattoo. If you prefer, you can also use olive oil or rubbing oil.
Glow in the dark tattoos can be applied anywhere on the body really, but it makes more sense to apply them on body parts that can be exposed to black light of course. This type of tattoo is safe to use anywhere, apart from intimate areas and broken skin.
Yes, some people are allergic to the PPD component used in temporary tattoos. They will have an allergic reaction when the tattoo is applied, which ranges from itching to blistering.