Temporary airbrush tattoos are another kind of temporary tattoo. Like other forms of temporary tattoos, they are applied to the surface of the skin and do no damage to the skin.
Airbrush tattoos are created by placing a stencil to the skin and delivering the tattoo ink or tribal airbrush tattoo paint with an airbrush. Unlike temporary transfer tattoos, the artist can control delicate elements of the temporary tattoo while it is being produced, which is more similar to the true permanent tattoo experience.
Temporary face tattoos are nothing but a bigger and a better version of those primitive freebie stick-on tattoos. Here is how to apply one. First, wash your face and dry it properly. Then, wet one side of the paper (instructions for doing so are provided along with the tattoo). Peel off the protective covering and press the exposed tattoo on the desired part of your face (cheeks, cheekbones, forehead, etc). Hold it in place for a few seconds (again, the exact time duration is mentioned as part of the instructions). While you've held it in place, once in a while, gently slide your finger with uniform pressure over the surface of the paper (this can help in ensuring that the tattoo affixes itself to your skin in a uniform manner).