Rock Hill's Newest Tattoo Parlor Opens At The Mercantile

Rock Hill's Newest Tattoo Parlor

Fake Tattoos By Real Artists AT THE MERCANTILE


Rock Hill’s newest temporary-tattoo parlor opens at The Mercantile by Copper Dwelling & Design. This temporary-tattoo parlor is Rock Hill’s only tattoo establishment. 

Celebrate National Tattoo Day with a non-toxic, vegetable-based ink temporary tattoo, available exclusively at The Mercantile. These long-lasting, temporary tattoos are designed by professional artists who get a cut of every sale. 

Rock Hill’s Tattoo Parlor

“We’re very excited to bring a family-friendly tattoo parlor to Rock Hill. As avid supporters of the tattoos and artists, my wife and I want to celebrate National Tattoo Day with our girls. By offering this line of high-quality, temporary tattoos in The Mercantile, we can celebrate the holiday with the everyone in Rock Hill,” says owner Michael Kelly. 

Support artists and diversity. Come to The Mercantile on National Tattoo Day, Wednesday, July 17th, 2019 to get your fresh temporary (sic) ink. The first 50 people to come in between 5PM-7PM get a free Tattly tattoo.

Show off your free tattoo from The Mercantile at Tattooed Brews for 15% Off any food purchase.

Tattly FAQ

How long do Tattly last?

Most Tattly last about 2-4 days. Some of the ones with intricate, fine lines may wear off a bit sooner. They are waterproof and are fine in the shower and the swimming pool — in fact, they will last longer if you keep it clean by washing the area gently. Don’t forget to place the Tattly on an oil-free skin surface!

Ok, I love this tattoo but how do I get it off?

We recommend using Scotch® tape or rubbing alcohol to remove your Tattly. We’ve also found that putting on a bit of baby oil or lotion right before hopping into a shower works well, too! You can watch our removal video to see these recommended methods in action.

I love them but are they safe?

Tattly requested that Intertek provide a statement of compliance for the Tattly temporary tattoo as described as Regular, Glitter and Glow products to determine the safe use of the product for its intended use and that it meets the FDA regulations for cosmetic applications. FDA regulates the pigment components of cosmetic applications. Intertek has reviewed all of the regulatory information, and confirms that the Tattly temporary tattoo formulation including pigment is safe for the intended use in a temporary tattoo cosmetic application. Metallic Tattly are made in China; we're working hard to move production to the US.

Where do all of these awesome designs come from?

We license our designs from spectacular artists and designers worldwide. Every time we sell a Tattly with their design, they get a cut of the sale. They deserve it, no?

Long-Lasting, Temporary Tattoos Available At The Mercantile

Pick out your favorite temporary tattoo and join us on Wednesday, July 17, 2019 to celebrate National Tattoo Day.

The Mercantile carries a variety of adult-friendly temporary tattoos. Try out a new look, celebrate with friends, or grab a pack of temporary tattoos to wear at the next concert or festival you attend. Get your temporary tattoos today.

Temporary Tattoos For Kids

The Mercantile carries a wide variety of temporary, long-lasting tattoos suitable for children. Induldge a whim, celebrate a milestone, or use these temporary kid-friendly tattoos for birthday parties. Get yours from the Mercantile today.

Applying Tattly is SUPER EASY!

Tattly ON

1. Skin should be clean, dry, and free of makeup.
2. Remove clear top sheet.
3. Press tattoo, design facing down, onto skin.
4. Hold wet cloth against back of tattoo. Press down and make sure to wet it thoroughly.
5. Wait 30 seconds, then peel off paper backing.
6. Gently rinse image image with water for best effect.

Tattly OFF

The easiest way to remove your Tattly is buy using regular household tape.
Simply take a strip of tape and stick it over the edge of your tattoo. Rub it a little and peel it away. The longer the tattoo has been on the more tape you will need to fully remove it.

An alternative way to remove your tattoo is with soap and water. It will take a bit of rubbing but it will come right off.