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We have a great new range of Biker Tinsley Transfers Temporary Tattoos on their way and we want to give you a sneak peek of a couple of the Tattoos
The Snake and Gravestone are great images and we think the Reaper has a real Sons of Anarchy feel to it!
There will also be an Extra Large version of the Reaper Tattoo available so it can be worn as a back piece.
We really like these new tattoos and can’t wait to show you the whole range.
Let us know what you think……
We have some great new products coming out this year and in time for Halloween!
One of our favourite things to do is spend some time having fun playing with Tinsley Transfers Temporary Tattoos.
Here is what we got up to yesterday with some Vintage and Pinup Tattoos.
We love how old school and cool the Sweet & Sour Devils look and the 1950’s Pinup is one of our most realistic tattoos.
The Pirate map tattoo is part of our Buccaneer Pirate Tattoo Kit which is a great way of putting together a themed look and the Gypsy Vintage tattoo is another great old school style tattoo.
Hope you like them and if you have any of our tattoos or any products don’t forget to send us your pictures of you wearing them : )
I just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We truly value everyone’s custom and friendship and look forward to a very exciting 2015.
We are very excited to announce that we will be launching a new look Space Monkeys website in January and can’t wait for everyone to see that.
We also have some very cool new products coming out next year from Tinsley Transfers and Dental Distortions so look out for them
For now we bid you farewell and will see you all on the other side
Phil – Space Monkeys
We stock a brand new type of Theatrical Blood and one of the tag lines that comes with this blood is “Making Blood cool again” So I thought we’d look at whether this is just another blood product or if it is actually “Cool”
Now for anyone who doesn’t already know Tinsley Transfers is a Company best known for producing realistic Temporary Tattoos for TV and Film as well as having a very comprehensive retail range and is owned by Christien Tinsley who is an Oscar-winning Makeup Artist. So the thought of them bringing out a makeup range is very exciting. Well we think so anyway….Our thinking is if the guy is a well-known makeup artist he probably knows what looks good and what is nice to use.
Something very apparent with Tinsley Transfers products is the amount of care and thought they put into the way their products look packaged and although you may think that doesn’t necessarily make it a good product to use it does seem that so far the quality of Tinsley Transfers products doesn’t stop at how cool they look.
So back to the blood and what makes it so different to all the other bloods out there??
Well to start with this Blood is Hydrophobic which basically means it repels water making the product waterproof yet it can still be removed with soap and water.
It’s not a syrup based Blood either which means it’s not a sticky product on your skin and doesn’t stain your skin either.
As this Blood doesn’t dry (as most gel type bloods don’t) it looks real and doesn’t go pinkish like a lot of other bloods do!
Now something that’s quite apparent is the size of the product and the fact that it’s quite small. Could this be the first downside of this pretty promising product?
The actual size of the vial or tube of blood is 8.2g which does seem quite small but this image that is on the back of the packaging shows how this size of blood can cover a whole torso and head. Now let’s be honest “Do you really want or need to cover a whole person in blood”?
Most people will want some blood to enhance a look or fill a wound and this blood will be perfect for that.
The conclusion we came to with the new Blood FX from Tinsley Transfers is that it looks great before you even take it out of the packaging and when you do get it onto your skin it really is COOL!!
If you are looking for a great new blood product on the market check out Blood FX available from Space Monkeys
Sometimes it great to just grab a few tattoos and see what you can come up with!
I like the idea of using some cut and slash FX Wound Tattoos to write words and create quite extreme skin carvings. I love the fact that you can create such dramatic effects with such a simple product!
I remember it wasn’t that long ago that to create such an effect would involve messy sticky wax to start followed by sealing that and then making sure everything is blended and that’s before you even start colouring it!
So step 1 was to think of what I wanted to write and then start cutting out different cut and slash FX Wound Tattoos to use. I find it looks more realistic of you use different width and shape wounds.
The next step was very important indeed….I needed to borrow a leg to put the wounds on! this was an integral part of the process. Leg borrowed and wound tattoos cut the next step is to apply them!
So here is what I came up with! “SAVE ME” written in cuts and slashes with no mess or fiddley products needed! Just the wound tattoo sheets and some water.
I think it looks good as it is and pretty realistic but I wanted to give it that little extra something and make it look a little fresher and add a bit of gore.
Now I could have pulled out all manner of blood products that are readily available on the market today but in keeping with this little project being completely mess free and using minimal products I thought I go for something a little different and instead of using a blood product I’d just use a couple of different colours from my alcohol activated make-up palette. That way I get the look I want but the whole thing is waterproof and non sticky.
This is the finished look with the added makeup smudged on to give that look of blood and I think it just looks a bit more sore.
I hope you enjoy this quick and easy bit of makeup and if you are interested in any of our Temporary Tattoos including the wounds you can check them out on the site here http://www.spacemonkeys.co.uk/categories.asp?category=24
If you have any questions please put them in the comments below