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Native American Sleeve

Native American Sleeve

Regular price $8.00 USD
Regular price $16.00 USD Sale price $8.00 USD
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Be the envy of all your friends and make a statement with this bold Native American Sleeve temporary tattoo! Crafted in realistic style, it features a beautiful woman and a powerful lion and measures 17x6.5inch. Enjoy having it for 3-7 days and flaunt it with pride!

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Kit Includes

  • Primer wipe
  • Tattoos with organic EZINK
  • Easy to follow instructions

How long will my EzInk tattoo last?

Your EzInk temporary tattoo will last 3-7 days. The lifetime of your temporary tattoo also depends on placement, how well you apply it and what you get up to every day.

Your EzInk semi-permanent tattoo will last up to 14 days. 

Temporary vs Semi-Permanent


- Lasts 3-7 days (on average)

- Appears instantly

- Full colour available

- Looks like a fresh tattoo (very dark)


- Develops over 24-48 hours

- Lasts up to 2 weeks (or more)

- Gradually fades as the skin regenerates itself naturally

- Looks like a healed tattoo

*only our semi permanent range comes with a primer wipe

Are they safe?

EzInk uses safe tattoo transfer papers compliant with Australian Standards AS/NZS ISO 8124.3:2003, we utilise high-tech digital printing technology to produce high image quality and a long-lasting transfer. So are EzInks tattoos safe and good quality? YES!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Native American Sleeve

Martin Livingston
Looks good, but beware skinny guys!!

Tattoo looks great. I only encountered one issue, being a smaller guy, it was very difficult to get the whole sleeve on and around my arm, and to stick. The way it came folded in the mail also didn’t help out the situation. I got most of the sleeve on no problem, but some spots are missing. Overall though, good product.

Coltin Griffin
Length of tattoo’s

The tattoo’s are great! However, it wouldn’t hurt to make the tattoos a little longer so they take up the whole arm rather than stopping at the forearm.