Over 24-36 hours, your tattoo will darken into a tattoo-like shade – it’s all part of the Inkbox magic!
Also, do Inkbox tattoos turn black?
Of course! Inkbox works on all skin tones. … This reaction changes the color of the skin to a blue/black. With darker pigmentations of skin, the darker the tattoo typically appears.
Beside this, are Inkbox tattoos worth it?
I get that dyeing your skin with ink can be a concern but Inkbox tattoos have been proven to be safe. The entire product is made with natural ingredients and all other materials are FDA approved. You can rest assure that the application process is harmless and that there are no harsh chemicals to be afraid of.
How long do Inkbox tattoos last for?
Inkbox: In terms of my moon tattoo, Inkbox worked exactly as it claimed to, taking only 15 minutes to apply and fading over the course of two weeks. The rose on my ankle, however, barely developed at all on the first try.
Tip #3: DO NOT exfoliate your tattoo once it’s done!
Do it only before doing your Inkbox. … So you don’t want to accelerate the skin going away by exfoliating it! Of course, please DO shower though haha.
Don’t shower or swim for at least 24 hours after applying.
Do Inkbox products expire? Our For Now Ink™ has a shelf life of 3 months and should be stored in a cool, dry location. You’ll find a recommended use-by date printed on the packaging of your tattoo.
Some tattoo artists have claimed that they can create a 6–month tattoo by only injecting the ink into the top layers of the skin, and several tattoo inks have been claimed to fade until they vanish. Both of these methods purport to result in tattoos that last from 6 months to several years.
Ink Box tattoos will last the longest, but they’re also super involved to put on. Momentary Ink tattoos are way easier to put on, but they’ll only last you for a couple days. And Tattify tattoos…well, they’ll look great on the gram, but that’s about it.
Temporary tattoos typically last from three days to several weeks, depending on the product used for coloring and the condition of the skin. Unlike permanent tattoos, which are injected into the skin, temporary tattoos marketed as “henna” are applied to the skin’s surface.