4 Things To Know When Starting A Successful Temporary Tattoo Artist

Want to start your own temporary tattoo artist? Here are 4 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for becoming a temporary tattoo artist:

#1: Anslea, founder of Forgotten Mermaids:

We chatted with with Anslea, founder of Forgotten Mermaids ($1K/month). In our interview, Anslea says:

Being an ally to yourself, really being able to rely on your own ability to overcome the lows, will put you in a position to overcome any hardship that comes up. Even if that means starting over.

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#2: Anslea, founder of Forgotten Mermaids:

We chatted with with Anslea, founder of Forgotten Mermaids ($1K/month). In our interview, Anslea says:

At the time I had been traveling and living out of my van while working full time as a freelance graphic designer. I spent a lot of creative energy working on other people’s ideas when I realized I wanted something of my own. Better yet, I realized I should be working towards something for myself.

Additionally:

Build a business that suits your lifestyle. Write down your limits and build your business around them, because knowing what you can or can’t do at the very start will help keep your goals attainable.

Further:

Because I was living in a van at the time, every step had to be calculated. Forcing yourself to be resourceful really pushes you to think through each decision, which can have a big impact on the success of your business.

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