Momentary Ink

Oct 30, 2015

Category: Gear

The biggest problem with getting a tattoo is that it’s permanent, and while you might love something today, you might end up hating it tomorrow. Now, there’s Momentary Ink, a temporary tattoo solution that allows you to get a feel for your tattoo before going under the needle.

You simply upload your tattoo design to the company’s website, and they’ll use a proprietary process that turns it into a temporary tattoo that will look real. They use their own sealing and matting solutions that will allow the tattoo to last for 3-10 days. So, if you’re not quite sure if you’ll like that barb wire tramp stamp, you can test it out for a few days and get a feel for whether or not you’re truly into it. Better yet, you can ask your friends what they think. Pricing starts at $15. [Purchase]

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