Aloha maori temporary tattoo 8cm
The aloha pattern with its island flowers and its lagoon blue color announces the color as soon as you see it. It brings the sun, the vacations and the cool attitude that goes with it. Aloha means in Hawaiian affection, love but it is mostly used as a greeting: hello, welcome ...
Size of the tattoo : 8 cm * 4 cm
The term aloha is also used to refer to a complex state of mind, called the Aloha spirit or the sense of aloha, a sense of hospitality and concern for others as well as respect. It is so pervasive that it has given the state of Hawaii its official nickname of "Aloha State".
In Tahitian, Maori means "in confidence", "Come, be welcome". In the Maori tradition (the entire Polynesian triangle: from New Zealand to Easter Island, including Hawaii, Tahiti, the Marquesas, Fiji, Samoa, all the islands, archipelagos, atolls of the South Pacific...!), the symbolism is rich and fascinating... and quite different from ours.
The tattoo is a distinction that must be earned. Each tattoo is unique and tells the life and experiences of the person who wears it.
Tattoos for children
Decal tattoos are applied to clean, non-oily skin with a damp sponge that is pressed onto the tattoo for about 20 seconds after removing the protective plastic film.
To avoid the risks of allergy, it is advised not to leave a decal tattoo on the skin of a child for more than 48 hours.
How to remove a temporary tattoo ?
Remove the tattoo with a Tattoo Gone wipe in a few seconds and without rubbing.