Maori spider temporary tattoo 9cm
This tattoo representing a spider is simple and aesthetic. On a shoulder or ankle, it will be a sensation for girls as well as for boys! Choose this totem.
A beautiful design that dates back to ancient Polynesian traditions.
1 temporary tribal spider tattoo 9 * 6 cm.
Meaning of spider tattoo
The spider makes a web which is a real trap to capture its preys. Made of silk, it is very strong and elastic.
Traditionally, this tattoo worn by a person refers to the prison world. The spider's web is an old symbol used by prisoners in their tattoos.
Located at the elbow, the spider web tattoo means that the person has been sitting at a table for so long that a spider has had time to weave its web at the elbow.
The number of concentric circles seen in a spider web tattoo can inform how long the person has been in prison.
The spider web can also be used to mean that the person has killed someone.
Temporary spider tattoo
Tattoo decal spider monochrome.
Tattoo size: 6 cm x 9 cm.
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To pose its temporary tattoo
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.
They are removed after 48 hours maximum to avoid the risks of allergy with a body oil.
Polynesian tattoos are perfect for those who wish to get an ephemeral tattoo. The practice of tattooing in Polynesia is an ancestral practice that has endured over time and that new generations continue to perpetuate. There are different styles and variations depending on the islands, but all have the same cultural origin.
In Tahitian, Maori means "in confidence", "Come, be welcome". In the Maori tradition (the whole Polynesian triangle: from New Zealand to Easter Island, passing through 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 and each tattoo is unique, telling the life of the person who wears it.