All Natural Jagua ~ Blue-Black Temporary Tattoos

How can I make my jagua tattoo last as long as possible? The jagua stain is released from the pores of your skin through sweating and from exposure to water. It also fades from your skin exfoliating. The less exposure to water the better, especially abrasive water like the ocean, hot tubs and mineral hot springs.…

Jagua FAQs– Nature's Body Art

The areas of the skin that had the jagua gel on it will then darken over the next 8-10 hours due to the oxidation process, which will turn it black. The tattoo lasts approximately 2 weeks and the tattoo fades as the top layers of the skin naturally exfoliate. Does it hurt to get a jagua tattoo? No!…

Jagua FAQs – Fresh Jagua

Jagua FAQs What is Jagua And How Does It Work? How Long Will My Jagua Tattoo Last? How Do I Take Care of My Jagua Tattoo? Is Jagua Really Safe? How Long Will It Take For My Temporary Tattoo To Dry? Does Jagua Come In Other Colors? I Got A Jagua Temporary Tattoo, But It Doesn't Show Up. Why? Will Jagua Show Up Well On D…

Earth Jagua FAQs - EarthHenna

People with fruit sensitivities (and everyone else) should do a small patch test before attempting a full-size tattoo. Q. Aside from the color, how is jagua different from henna? A. The two are different in that… Jagua does not need to stay on the skin as long as henna; 2 hours is sufficient. Jagua gel takes a little longer to dry than henna.…