Dyeing is an art of impregnating a color/colors from a specified source to another object capable of adapting or absorbing such. Moreover, as an art, it has been an integral procedure for ensuring quality color of products used as raw materials in the clothing and fashion industries, and in connected supply chains. For centuries, dyeing was specifically used for inputing colors on clothes and dresses; for cultural face and body paintings, and other related aspects.
Just recently, this technology has been reaching another milestone. Technically, the way by this is implemented is almost the same, but it has become the key for developing a new marketable good or service that people will consider as a need in months or years to come.
Discover a different application of tie-dyeing, and this time, it's for our hands and skin (well this was also applied in bags, caps and other fashionable items, but that's not the focus here). Go ahead.
They have very creative and innovative souls. They're using the hydrodynamics technology where their paints are first situated above waters, then those arms and hands wanting to have this dye would have to be dipped in.
...Which should be ensured to be safe and can be absorbed by the skin before the application.
Art is still present there- abstract art to be precise. Besides, the water is free-flowing so the result is expected to be flowy and full of colorful curves and sexy waves.
That is to ensure the best results. In this example, we can see green, pink, blue and grayish-white colors. That's indeed dynamic and full of majestic hues.
Alas! The colors are dancing on your arms by then. Such a grand view!
Those painted arms must be dipped into a clear water-only container. That way, you'll be able to flatter the paint onto your skin. The result is indeed exciting!
You will see how subtly surreal the final fix show like. Painting method was absolutely inspired by dyeing, and that was not a wrong turn.
Care to watch!