Home / Lifestyle / Miss Tattoo 2019 Registration

Miss Tattoo 2019 Registration

The following information serves as an official application for entry in to the 7th Annual Miss Tattoo NZ Competition, to take place at the NZ Tattoo and Art Expo on the 13th of April 2019

Wardrobe Guidelines:

The Miss Tattoo New Zealand Competition consists of three wardrobe changes, during which each contestant will be judged in the following categories; personality, poise, and overall appearance.

Round 1: Street wear/Casual – this is an introduction to who you are, casual fun, which will be accompanied with basic questions such as: Tell us a little about you, name, occupation etc.

Round 2: Personality Plus – This shows us who you are! Costume fun, open to show us all about you! Are you a mum? A baker? A fitness addict? Questions in this round will be about your outfit or theme, to give you a chance to explain to us who you are. We want to get the judges to know who you are and what makes you special.

Round 3 – Show us your tats!!! – This is open again to wear whatever shows your tattoos the most! Be a swim suit or bikini? Hot pants and a crop top? Show us your beautiful ink. This round is so the judges can see your work, does it flow together? is it quality work etc. (short break while judges convene, winner announced)

An evening gown for prize giving is encouraged.

Please read the following Wardrobe conditions before returning entries:

Contestants are expected to provide their own costumes.

It’s a family event, lets keep things that way. Tattoo round typically a 2 piece bikini, the judges need to see your artwork.

While we will provide changing facilities, contestants are responsible for providing their own mirrors/any other such item required in preparing for the event.

Miss Tattoo NZ and The International Tattoo & Art Expo take no responsibility for lost or stolen items at the event, please keep an eye on your belongings at all times.

2018 Top 3- from Left to right, Hope 3rd place, Sarah 1st place and Jenn 2nd place.

Prizes are not finalized yet, however will include

Cash money
1st $500
2nd $300
3rd $200

Photoshoots with Robbie Cancian

Vouchers from sponsors and other goodies.

Judges TBC

Images from last years event

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1905679716151410&type=1&l=88be0ffb3f

– we will be running the same format however kicking off later in the day around 5pm and into the night with entertainment between rounds.

Etiquette Policy

The Miss Tattoo NZ competition is a celebration of the beauty of the tattooed female form. Although the audience is generally expected to be adults, the family-friendly nature of the venue means that the event is open to all ages. This competition is designed to be a classy and tasteful aspect of a larger tattoo convention. Appropriate behaviour is expected of our contestants for the entirety of the event.

For this reason, we have created the following regulations for those
participating in this event. The Miss Tattoo NZ competition expects and requires the following rules of etiquette to be adhered to by all participants. Failure to abide by these rules, as judged by the staff of Miss Tattoo NZ competition, may be grounds for immediate disqualification from the event.
Public nudity is prohibited.
Visible intoxication during the event is prohibited.
Visible intoxication during the entire Expo is prohibited.
Inappropriate fraternizing with the judges is prohibited.
Apparel must be appropriate for a family event. (See above)
Obscene or offensive behaviour or inappropriate language will not be tolerated.

Rules and Regulations

The Miss Tattoo Competition requires that the following conditions should be met by all applicants to qualify as a contestant for Miss Tattoo New Zealand 2017. Failure to meet these conditions will be based on the judgment and sole discretion of competition staff.

The Miss Tattoo 2017 Competition is only open to females.

Entrants must be 18 years of age or older at the time of registration.

You must be Kiwi or Living in New Zealand

Entrants must have their body tattooed. – It’s a Tattoo pageant – if you’re not sure ask via email or the page with images.

If the amount of tattoo coverage you have on your body is up for debate, your eligibility to participate will be at the sole discretion of the organisers.

The odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received.
Competition rules and regulations are subject to change without notice.

Information for contestants:

There is no application fee for advanced entry into this competition.
Please include the following along with your signed entry documents:

Entrants are required to fill out the following and send it back with at least 3 images So we can see your art work, more images is ok! We’l also use them for promoting you as part of the event and for the peoples choice ( if you choose to enter) on the website

Just copy and paste into a new email to nic@TheEmpire.nz – subject “Miss Tattoo”

Model and Media Release

As a participant in The Miss Tattoo NZ Competition:

I, ______________________, do authorize, The Miss Tattoo New Zealand Competition and The International Tattoo and Art Expo, the irrevocable right to use my name (or any fictional name), picture, portrait, photograph, and video footage in all forms and in all media and all manners, any restriction as to changes or alterations (including but not limited to composite or distorted representations or derivative works in any medium) for advertising, video broadcast, trade, promotion, exhibition, or any lawful purposes, and I waive any right to inspect or approve the photograph(s) and/or video footage or finished versions incorporating the photograph(s) and/or video footage, including written copy that may be created and appear in connection with these.

Show information can be found here –> https://www.tattooextravaganza.nz/

The following two tabs change content below.
Empire motoring Journalist, BMX Rider, Yoga Doer and Burger aficionado. Always down for a laugh and or good food!

Latest posts by Nic (see all)

Comments

comments

Check Also

Are you Man enough?? – reaction to Justin Baldoni

This is an interesting watch I must say, Firstly I don’t entirely agree with everything …