Well, these Paperself Temporary Body Tattoos are easily the prettiest I’ve seen – the design is called Pink Blossoms but there is a whole series of flower and bird inspired tattoos. Summer is when I break out the tats – I only ever wear a very small design on my inner wrist (they crop up in swatches quite often); anything else and I feel too self conscious although I used to have a lot of black henna tattoos on my arms and back, back in the day. Thankfully, I’ve never had a reaction to those.
Paperself originally became known for their intricate paper-cut lashes – still impossibly beautiful but hard to wear. I saw them a lot editorially but I have never seen anyone in ‘real life’ wearing them.
However, if you’re a lash adventurer, they’re impossibly lovely.
There’s a huge selection of temporary tattoos on the Paperself website (HERE) and they’ve definitely taken the concept up a level – check out the Alice collection with little rabbits and clocks, the Zebra in red high heels (yes, really!) and metallic goldfish. I think I’ve got some ‘safe’ designs here so you really need to explore the collection fully, or look out for them next time you’re in Top Shop where they are also stocked. Prices start at about £7 so we’re not breaking the bank here.
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