Asked by: Cathrine Bodiu
asked in category: General Last Updated: 2nd February, 2020

What kind of deodorant can I use for tattoo stencils?

Apply the roll-on Speed Stick brand (or generic equivalent) deodorant to the shaved area of skin. Be sure to cover the entire area, so that all parts of the stencil drawing will come in contact with the deodorant.

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Likewise, people ask, what deodorant works for tattoo stencils?

to apply the stencil. this is very important you need to use the speed stick regular deodorant not the antiperspirant. the deodorant has the glycol in it and the glycol is what's important to apply and keep the stencil.

Also Know, how do you transfer ink from paper to skin? Put the image on your skin, face down. Put the wet paper towel or napkin on top of the sheet of paper. Apply pressure for about 20 seconds. The water from the napkin will go through the image, and the ink from the ballpoint pen will bleed, transferring the image onto your skin.

Similarly, it is asked, what can you use for tattoo stencils?

To make a tattoo stencil you will need the following:

  • Tracing or wax paper.
  • An ink pen with a fine tip.
  • Stencil fluid.
  • Dip Pen.
  • Masking tape.
  • Antibacterial soap.
  • Razor.
  • Stencil lotion or stick deodorant.

Can you use Vaseline to apply a tattoo stencil?

Using carbolated Vaseline put a thin coat on the area where you are going to put the design. With the cut stencils powder on the acetate and rub the powder into the grooves with your finger. Wipe off any excess powder making sure the powder is only in the grooves.

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