Can I really make a custom tattoo out of anything?
We named our company TATT-Any-PIC for a reason! Just take a pic or upload an existing one, tell us the size and quantity of prints you would like, along with if you want any further editing done to the pic by our experts, and we'll take care of the rest.
Is it safe?
Unlike others out there, no ink EVER touches your skin! All of our products and materials we provide are 100% safe. All of our tattoos are non-toxic and FDA compliant.
How long does it last?
Our tattoos are not absorbed into the skin. Rather, they sit on top of it. For this reason, a few things effect how long they last. Some people shed more skin than others. Placement, friction, and body hair can also play a role in the life span of the tattoo.
Our tattoos last 2-4 days. However, we routinely experience things lasting longer. With proper care, we have seen tattoos stay intact for upwards one week!
Do you offer a money back guarantee?
We're so confident in our product, that there is no way we will leave you unhappy. If the unsatisfactory experience was due to our product, materials, or processes, we'll be more than happy to remedy the situation.
Just get in touch, include your order number, along with all the details and visuals of the problem (if applicable), and we'll get in touch to work everything out.
My tattoo doesn't look right. Why is it flipped?
We're not trying to play tricks on you, this is actually done on purpose. Because you're essentially going to apply the tattoo in reverse, we also need to flip the tattoo over when we prepare it. This way, one will negate the other and all balance will be restored.
I have a pic, but can I make certain parts not be printed?
No problem! We understand that not everyone is a graphic designer. We also understand that you do not need to be. Before finishing your order, you can have our graphic designers modify the pic to your liking. Be sure to include exactly what you would like done in the 'Special Edits' section when adding your design to your cart.
What size tattoos can I request?
As a general rule, we'll never create a tattoo much larger than the dimensions of the original pic you send over to us. This is because we want your tattoo to be perfect. Anytime a pic is stretched beyond its original size, things get distorted and the quality suffers. If you want a bigger tattoo, you would have to send us a bigger pic.
We have no limit on how big of a tattoo we can create.
What if I want to buy in bulk?
Not a problem! We actually have customers that buy our tattoos by the thousands. The TV and film industry, sporting teams, schools, charities, promotional companies, and many more use our services for bulk purposes.
Please check out our wholesale page to tell us more about your needs.
What colors will not be printed?
Generally speaking, anything that is transparent or is of white color, will not be printed. What we mean by that is, your skin will be seen where the white or transparent colors would be on the design.
How do I remove my tattoo??Why would you want to remove it?! Just kidding. Removing it is simple. You can massage some baby oil into your tattoo so it soaks it up. From here, just scrub it off with some acetone. If you don't have any baby oil, you can substitute it with conditioner or soap, with some added scrubbing.
How do I apply my tattoo?
Check our How It Works page!
How does it look so real?
This is a two part answer. First, our proprietary materials, along with our unique production process in creating all of your tattoos, is unrivaled. Don't let anyone else fool you, they don't even come close. Our tattoos adhere and eventually fuse to your skin, becoming one with it, until you want to take them off. They also have undergone a variety of tests, and are resistant to sweat, water, and rubbing.
The second part to this answer lies in our Tatt Be Real® Potion. With it, your temporary tattoos become real. It is the secret behind the authenticity of your tattoo. A very thin layer, will make it appear as if it was needled in like the real thing, without the pain, cost, or commitment.