Sitting Elephant Temporary Tattoo
Minimalist fine line elephant temporary tattoo.
|Nº of tattoos||3|
|Size||0.6 in / 1.5 cm (width)|
Elephants are the largest living land animal, and even though they are not always graceful, they have become an important symbol in many cultures around the world. These animals are playful, smart, and extremely strong by nature, so many people see them as a representation of wisdom, morality, and self-love due to their unique personalities. Our elephant temporary tattoo is printed on biodegradable paper and features a minimalist design that’s perfect for your next non-permanent piece.
In Hinduism and Buddhist faiths, elephants are often associated with patients, strength, perseverance, loyalty, and virtue. These majestic creatures show great care and respect for the members of their herd and they follow a female leader that takes responsibility for the well-being of her fellow elephants.
This eco-friendly temporary elephant tattoo can help symbolize the wearer’s mental and physical fortitude. African elephants are often employed as a representation of perseverance, stamina, and mental endurance. A single elephant has to consume hundreds of kilograms of food every day, so finding this amount of food in deserts and arid plains requires a special kind of ability. These animals have become experts at surviving in the most demanding conditions, which serves as a testament to their mental and physical strength.
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- A regular Tatteco lasts 2-5 days on average. A semi-permanent Tatteco, around 14 days.
- Regular Tatteco How-To
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- We suggest placing the Tatteco on oil-free areas where the skin does not stretch and keeping them clean!
- Environmentally friendly product and packaging
- Safe, FDA-compliant, created using eco-friendly materials, such as soy-based inks and non-toxic adhesives
- Tattecos come in sets, perfect for experimenting with different placements, trying out a matching tattoo or sharing one with a friend