Its Body Art, Baby: Jinny Rainbow Glitter Tattoos Review

Last year I went to a Jinny Rainbow stand near me and got some small glittery designs done.

Although it was fun (the kids* loved it) I did wonder how often a grown lady would want to have a design put on her body with it being super glittery ‘an all.

Anyway, they listened and came back with a finer, more adult friendly glitter and asked if I would like to try one of their kits with this change.

*Not my kids

So here is the kit – it comes with glue, three glitters in black, silver and red, a brush and stencils.

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Jinny Rainbow have over 100 shades of glitter I believe and according to the site they are eye safe 😀

The choice of colours in this kit are great – silver and black would be my first choices too for a more ‘grown up’ design.

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I picked a bow. The stencils come with a plastic backing that you peel off and also, there are usually 1-3 designs on one sheet. So I cut out the one I wanted, which was the largest bow.

If you were careful I reckon you could reuse it.

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Here it is stuck on my arm. Had to hold it there for a bit to make sure it was sticking properly around the curve of my arm though.

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Peel off the plastic backing…

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Next is the glue. Its sort of jelly fish coloured. Doesn’t smell or anything and no stinging (but please, don’t use it around your eyes).

I used a bit too much glue – a thin layer would do!

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I let it go a bit tacky then applied the black glitter. Once again I tapped a bit too much….press it into the skin, I think this helps make it really stay in place.

Make sure you have covered everything!

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Then you use the included brush to wipe off the excess glitter. If you have used a lot more you can brush it onto a sheet of paper, then transfer it back into your container!

The glitter does indeed feel a lot finer than previous glitters, and thus you could get quite a subtle finish from it.

I used too much glitter, doh! So the design sticks out more than I’d like. Remember – thinner layer!

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Black is a colour I will use again and again for a glitter tattoo – I think it sort of stands out, don’t you?

In terms of longevity, I don’t know if they changed the glue but this one stayed put for ages! Bearing in mind it was near my hands which I wash quite a lot through the day, it was solid for 10 days before it started to flake off.

I did notice that when the glitter came off, there was a bit of an outline left! Bit of make up remover got it off.

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If you want a non permanent fun design on your bod, I would recommend these kits – you can pretty much play and do what you like with them (freehand design, if you can draw/paint well).

Check out the range at Jinny Rainbow, they have all kinds of sets and stencils. You can also visit various salons where they can do a design for you.

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  1. liloo says

    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i love this. maybe not the glitter stuff but the stencils are the bomb. rushes to the jinny rainbow website
    wooooooo lalalalalalala
    happy x

  2. says

    I like it! Black glitter makes it sexy, lol. I’m gonna check out the site to see if the have more “grown up” designs than a bow though. Thanks for the review :)