My family booked a little vacation for February break and we are gearing up for it BIG time. I remembered that I had a packet of Hot Jewels and thought it would be fun to test out some designs to show off once I am wearing a tank top again.
Oh to wear a tank top again!!!
You can mix and match the metallic tattoos anyway you’d like. For example, I created this shoulder collage by taking pieces from several different sections – including the center of a necklace! You see that over-sized feather in the center of my arm? That was supposed to be the focal point of a drop necklace. That’s the beauty of Hot Jewels — you can do whatever you want!
I want to offer a few tips before you try to make your first Hot Jewels tattoo. Lay out your pieces on a table first to make sure you like the way they all fit together and then start applying them to your body from TOP to BOTTOM.
I made the mistake of starting with the center piece and then had to really be careful about applying the rest of the images. If my paper towel was too wet, some water would drip on the temporary tattoo and that’s the last thing you want happening while it’s all still drying!
So please, start from the top and work your way down — You won’t have to worry about hitting one Hot Jewels piece twice if you do it this way.
There are so many different styles to choose from. Mix and match or use the designs as they are formatted on the sheet. So easy!!
My daughter even loves to use Hot Jewels. She puts on necklaces and bracelets for school. Too cute!
For more information, be sure to visit the Hot Jewels website.
* this is a sponsored post – all opinions are my own