Maori tribal shark temporary tattoo

Polynesians, the ancestors of Maori, thought of sharks as guardian spirits. Many Hawaiian families had an aumakua, or shark protector. Wear this temporary tattoo as a protection for yourself and your family.

8 * 8 cm.


1,49 € tax incl.

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Apply your temporary tattoo with water

Press off clear plastic sheet.

Press tattoo firmly onto clean, dry skin with design facing down.

Wet tattoo thoroughly.

Hold the wet tattoo in place for 30 seconds.

Slowly slide the paper off your skin.

To remove the tattoo, use baby oil.

Shark tattoo

The Shark is a frightening, yet oddly fascinating animal. They are creatures of Power and Dominance, and have haunted mankind's nightmares since the days when we first conquered the wild seas. In many indigenous cultures, sharks are seen as the spiritual bridge between the land and the sea. Sharks are symbolic of an aggressive lust for life.

Maori tattoo

Maori tattoos are an ancestral practise of polynesian culture. They show presence, and a deep link to the Maori community. Maoris are a staunchly proud people, who take their culture very seriously. These tribal tattoos are widely seen around New Zealand, and increasingly, the world.

Tribal tattoos

Tribal tattoos have always been a popular design choice but have gained more exposure in the last few years since the various forms of tribal tattoos have been more widely showcased as tattoos become more common place and we are exposed to different tribes across the globe.