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OhMyTat Temporary Tattoo

African Continent Temporary Tattoo Sticker

African Continent Temporary Tattoo Sticker

Regular price $9.99 USD
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  • Realistic. Lasts 2-5 Days
  • Worldwide Shipping
  • Safe & FDA-Approved

Size & Quantity

Size: 2.0" W x 2.1" H
Quantity: 2 Pieces

*All the tattoo(s) shown in the photo is/are treated as one piece.*

Shipping Details

We offer international shipping from our headquarters in Hong Kong.

Processing Time: 4-6 Working Days
Transit Time: 5-12 Working Days

You will receive a shipping confirmation email with tracking once your order ships.

How To Apply

  • Clean and dry the skin completely (Do not apply sun oil or lotion on tattoo area)
  • Cut around the tattoo, leave as little white area as possible
  • Remove the transparent film and place the temporary tattoo face down on skin
  • Rub and wet the temporary tattoo completely with damp cloth or sponge
  • Wait 30 seconds and peel the corner of the temporary tattoo slowly

African Continent Tattoo Meaning

The Meaning of African Continent Tattoo

An "African Continent" tattoo symbolizes cultural pride and connection to one's roots. For those with heritage from Africa, it represents honoring their ancestral history and lineage.

Getting the shape of the continent inked celebrates the immense diversity of people and places spanning a vast landscape. It pays homage to the countless nations, tribes and communities throughout.

The tattoo remembers Africa's contribution to the world through influential arts, beliefs and achievements. It connects the wearer to a legacy of cultural diffusion and survivors of struggles.

Representing the cradle of humankind, it reminds of our shared story originating from the rolling plains and mountains of the continent. The tattoo embraces Africa's profound mark on global progress.

Overall, an "African Continent" displays reverence for the soul and origins of communities from ages past to present day. It affirms Africa's deep impacts on societies everywhere.

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