So, here’s something that BBB readers can really help with. I often feature Face Lace because it’s so dramatic and exciting. But, it’s a limited market – I certainly don’t have the nerve to wear an actual mask like the one below.. but I love the idea of it.
So, Phyllis Cohen, who makes Face Lace has made some sets of bracelets and rings – much more wearable and hugely on trend, given the popularity of gold foil temporary tattoos. The Face Lace bracelets are next generation temporary tattoos. They feel like very thin leather (but aren’t) and have holographic elements that catch the light extraordinarily, and they literally stick to your skin (painlessly, I might add). You can, if you’re careful, use them more than once.
So, the Face Lace bracelets aren’t in general production yet… but I’m asking you, should they be? Face Lace is a small brand, but on the edge of something very special I think. I always say view temporary tattoos as temporary jewellery – Face Lace bracelets really are that – temporary jewellery. As consumers, you’re the experts here on whether you’d buy into this cutting edge trend, so please let me know!
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