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Our tattoo artists are forward-thinking and dedicated; they feature regularly in UK and international tattoo magazines and work at the best tattoo conventions. Being passionate and driven about tattooing means they constantly create the best tattoos possible, to the benefit of both customer and artist. We regularly have some of the world’s very best tattooists guesting with us. Previous visitors include Jeff Gogue, Xoil, Derek Noble, Tim Kern, Jason Butcher and many others. We were one of the very first UK studios to offer Laser tattoo removal and so can give you the best service with unrivalled experience. [Read more]

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We are everything face and body art. From face painting, body painting, airbrush makeup, temporary tattoos, to the actual supplies needed to transform bodies into works of art. We will be your guide into the world of face and body art. All our articles are from professional face and body artists willing to share their knowledge with you and further your development of this art. From work techniques, news of events happening around the world, to handling rowdy kids, or tips and tricks on expanding your business; The Faba Blog is your number one source for the best news and insight of the face and body art industry. [Read more]

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European Body Art was founded in 2001 in Scottsdale Arizona by business enthusiast Jaro Turek. (Baylor University, BA International Business/Marketing). Jaro started the company with a small investment and an idea to create new products that perform better and look better then anything else on the market.

EBA manufacturers, distributes and sells one of a kind airbrush body art products, including custom systems to fit the demands of today’s most challenging businesses. European Body Art™ (EBA) is a lifestyle brand symbolizing an individual’s beliefs, thoughts, and interests in a form of temporary body art. The essence of the brand can be seen through thousands of individuals wearing EBA body art products and exploring the world of endless expression. Building on its legacy of innovation and style, EBA brand has become the mark of excellence and profitable solutions to the entertainment businesses globally. [Read more]

Having a body art tattoo is pleasing to look at and can be a source of attention for the one who is sporting it. This is especially true that’s why it is often availed to by people who want to gain attention like thespians, athletes and musicians. But although tattoos have become an ordinary procedure in today’s society, it is important to understand the risks involved before you get started. Knowing the risks will help you to take the right precautions and protect yourself.

Obviously, getting a new tattoo design is exciting and novel and many people decide to get one on the spur of the moment. Although this is fun and can seem like a great way to commemorate a special occasion, a tattoo should never be done on a whim. Aside from the obvious fact that your tattoo will be permanent, there are some other risk factors that you will need to consider before getting tattoos as body art.

The tattoo is applied with a needle making permanent marks under the top layer of your skin with ink. The needle repeatedly pierces your skin all the while inserting little drops of ink under the skin. How long the process will take depends on the size and intricacy of the tattoo design.

The reason this should not be a split second decision is because of the complications and skin infections involved, along with the quality of the tattoo artist’s work.

When you decide to get a tattoo as body art, you should first do some extensive research. Some complications could include allergies to the dyes used; an allergy could cause an itchy rash on the area of the tattoo. This could even occur years after the tattoo was done.

Skin infections or other skin problems may occur if the proper procedures are not followed, and blood borne diseases could also be a risk if the artist is not using fresh needles.

Along with these factors, before you get your tattoo design, you need to realize that like any artists, some tattoo artists will be better than others. If you don’t properly research an artist and take a look at his/her work, you cannot know how the tattoo will end up looking.

So when you are considering getting tattoos as body art, you have to check out different tattoo shops for hygiene reasons and also for quality control. Try to find reviews online about the different tattoo shops in your area. If a place has bad reviews steer clear.

This is not to say that you shouldn’t get a tattoo. Body art can be beautiful and will even define you as a person. Just make sure you take the right safety precautions so that the end result is exactly what you wanted it to be.

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Baxter covers all aspects of the tattoo community, tattoo artist reviews, local tattoo shop reviews, tattoo picture galleries, tattoo artist drawing tips, everything tattoo.

Daily Blog of Bob Baxter, editor-in-chief and past editor-in-chief of the award-winning tattoo magazine Skin & Ink, for 14 years.

We have just added a new member to our International Tattoo Directory, Pura Vida Tatuajes in Segovia, Spain. Owner/artist Juan Lopez sent us his request, we checked out the shop website and liked what we saw. We are slowly building our international shop listings. If you are in faraway places and would like to be posted, send your request to and we’ll check you out. [Read more]

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Body art is art made on, with, or consisting of, the human body. The most common forms of body art are tattoos and body piercings, but other types include scarification, branding, subdermal implants, scalpelling, shaping (for example tight-lacing of corsets), full body tattoo and body painting

Shimmer Glitter Tattoos let you create your own body art tattoos. Great for kids and parties, Shimmer Glitter Tattoos comes in a variety of stencils and colors. They’re quick and easy to use. [Read more]

Airbrush body paints are non-toxic, water based, quick drying paints that are used for making temporary tattoos.
Previously when we mentioned tattoos, the pictures of bikers, singers and stage performers came to our mind. Nowadays, everyone, including the young generations as well as the elderly people are crazy about body paints and tattoos. The style and design of the tattoos reflect each person’s individual taste. In comparison to the permanent cosmetic tattooing made by using tattoo machine and ink, airbrush body painting is a much preferred choice. It is made by spraying the paint with a sprayer device. In such airbrush body art, you don’t have to worry about the pain and discomfort, which are associated with permanent tattoos.
Airbrush Body Painting

For airbrush body painting, you should have an airbrush (spraying device) and the paint of your choice. Airbrush tattoo kits are available that consist of stencils, sprayer and ink. There are several airbrush types, which are designed for creating various effects. For example, an airbrush with the single action mechanism is configured to spray paint and air at the same time, while in a double action mechanism, the flow of air and paint can be monitored according to the user’s requirements. Speaking about the paints, the viscosity and the safety of the additives should be considered while purchasing them.

Airbrush Body Paint

An airbrush body painting usually remains for the period of a few days to about a week. Hence, body arts created with these paints are considered as temporary body art. Usually, the paints are water-based products, which can be easily cleaned with body oils. The ingredients are non-toxic and chosen in such a way that the paint dries within a few seconds. Ready-to-apply airbrush body paints are available in the market; you can purchase them from any cosmetic stores. In case you cannot find the color of your choice, you can prepare the paint on your own.

In order to make airbrush body paint, you will require food coloring or dye, cornstarch, baking soda, water, glycerin, vinegar, mixing bowls and storage containers. For making half a gallon of paint, the required quantity of the ingredients is as follows: 2 cups cornstarch, 1 cup baking soda, ½ cup water, ¼ cup glycerin and 2 cups of vinegar. The amount of food coloring varies depending upon the color spectrum that you want to make for body airbrush art.

In a mixing bowl, combine together baking soda and vinegar. Stir well and allow the mixture to stand for a few minutes. Add all the remaining ingredients except water. Combine them well, so that the food coloring blends smoothly with the mixture. You can gently add water drop by drop while stirring continuously in order to prepare a uniformly thick paint. Stop adding water when the desired paint viscosity is achieved. Follow similar tips for making different colors for airbrush body painting. You can store the different paints in separate containers with airtight lids.

An easier alternative to the above procedure is prepare the color that you want by mixing two or more ready-made airbrush body paints in a proper ratio. The design of airbrush art is left to individual’s choice. Some people prefer this kind of painting for special occasions or particular days. In such cases, the theme of the tattoos design usually matches the occasion. On a general note, the airbrush tattoo designs are endless; you can paint beautiful butterflies, scary scorpions or flowery pattern for fun. You can also make the picture of a person that you adore the most. One of the advantages of such airbrush body art is that even a beginner can make the designs by using airbrush tattoo stencils.