The body art was cute, but it also costs $10 for a small little butterfly. So, I, being the type of person I am, got home, I looked up companies who make glitter body art. Turns out Glimmer Body Art was one of the best rated companies I could find, and they make kits for home use. It is the exact same stuff you would get with the professional kit, but in a little more manageable size.
The personal sized kits are called Party in a Box.
There are five different themed boxes in the line of these kits.
Princess + Hearts
Each kit contains:
4 Body Glitter (2.8 g/0.10 oz)
1 Body Glue (3 ml / 0.10 fl oz)
12 3"x2" Self Adhesive Stencils
2 pc. brush set
The way Glimmer Body Art is applied, is super simple.
First, you want to make sure you skin is nice and dry. (It doesn't hurt to use a little alcohol and clean the area.)
Then you will want to pull off the backing on the stencil you have chosen and apply to the area of the skin you have selected. (Goose choose her arm)
Pull off the clear plastic that covers the top of the stencil.
Apply the Glimmer Body art Glue
Pull off the stencil
Wait for glue to turn clear
Brush any extra glitter to the center, and then brush off.
Then you are DONE!
I would personally wait a few minutes for the body art to dry, but it should be completely water proof after that. Each tattoo lasts for about 7 days, depending on how you car for it (for example; pat dry don't rub). If you need/want to remove it before it comes off on its on, just just some alcohol and rub rub rub.