'Tattoo Stamp' is the name of a new Milk Makeup product that offers an easy way to apply small-scale temporary body art. The pen-shaped product looks like an eyeliner, but its cap removes to reveal either a heart- or star-shaped stamp. Ink that's used to create the liquid art is enriched with nourishing Vitamin E and sunflower oil.
While the Tattoo Stamp could easily be branded as a product for kids, the product description makes note of how it can create "instant body art that washes away in time for that job interview."
While the vegan product is not suited for use in the eye area, the body art stamps created can be taken away with makeup remover. The slim stamp seems to fit right in with festival culture and in particular, appeals to young consumers who are unwilling to commit to a real tattoo full-time.
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Milk Makeup's 'Tattoo Stamp' Offers an Easy Way to Apply Subtle Body Art
- By: Laura McQuarrieSep 2, 2016