Re: How does this deodorant/ transfer paper thing work?


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Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on July 13, 2002 at 02:05:20:

In reply to: How does this deodorant/ transfer paper thing work? posted by Erika on July 13, 2002 at 01:54:26:

Criminy, one more dodgy answer to cover adding PPD to henna.

Hectograph pencils and deoderant/KY Jelly work, but so do Aquarellable
pencils. They transfer with water. If you use Stabilo Othello or
Derwent pencils in a henna color (they come in nice rusty-red colors),
you won't see the transfer. Aquarellable pencils are safe, don't
penetrate the skin, and wipe clean with water.

If the logo's not all that complex ..... just learn to draw it.

If you photocopy the designs in reverse, you can draw over them with
Aquarellable, cut out the piece of paper, moisten the person's skin
with water and transfer that way. Clean, simple, inexpensive.

 


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