Your jagua tattoo trial will be applied to the surface of your skin in the same way as henna is applied. The jagua ink will be in a gel form, squeezed from a small coned bag (similar to a miniature icing bag) and drawn by hand. Occasionally some shading may be applied by brush. Your design could be freehand drawn, or a transfer will be created using a print out of your chosen design, along with transfer sheets and gel. We will need to assess your possible sensitivity to the transfer gel product during your consultation. It does not hurt – though you will feel the application process as a light touch/tickling sensation.
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