How do I APPLY my tattoo?

For best application, ask a friend to help you position your GTT tattoo so your skin does not twist or stretch during the application process.
Make sure your skin is clean, dry and free of any lotions or oils so the tattoo will adhere properly.
It is best to cut the tattoo out as close to the edge as possible so that the tattoo is placed in the proper position.
Remove the clear sheet and lightly place your tattoo on your skin face down. You won't be able to adjust positioning once the tattoo adheres to the skin.
For larger tattoos, lightly dab the paper with a damp wash cloth so that the paper softens and can mold to your skin.
Hold the wet cloth against the tattoo for about 30 seconds. Make sure all areas of the transfer paper have been properly dampened.
Slowly peel the paper aside and pat gently with the wet cloth.
Be sure not to twist or stretch the skin until the tattoo has had time to set (at least 10 minutes).
Don't worry if it looks a little bit like a sticker at first. Give it an hour or two to set into the skin for your tattoo to look its best.

how long do the tattoos last?

The tattoos will last about 4 to 6 days, depending on care and placement. In areas where there is excessive friction and/or perspiration, tattoos last around 1 to 3 days. 

can i remove my tattoo?

So you're tired of working the vintage look and it's time to take it off.
Simply soak the tattoo with oil (Neutrogena Body Oil works the best, but any body or cooking oil will do) for about a minute, then scrub off.
Repeat as necessary, then apply some lotion to soothe the skin area.

am i allergic to the tattoo?

There has been no history of allergies associated with the tattoos to date, but to be safe, do not apply to sensitive skin, near eyes, or if allergic to adhesive.