These trendy temporary tattoos will transport you to the ’90s


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If you need something fun to do while social distancing, why not get tattooed? No, please don’t buy a shoddy tattoo machine online and go to town. These super cute temporary tattoos will do the trick.

Inked by Dani was created as an elevated take on the festival-based temporary tattoo trend. The waterproof tattoos are incredibly modern, with designs like triangles, moons, flowers and hearts. But the brand also sells quirky designs, like pastel candy hearts, colorful gummy bears and tie-dye alien faces. The tattoos are sold in $12 curated packs, like finger tattoos, foodie tattoos and bride-to-be tattoos.

Inked by Dani tats are waterproof for long wear. The brand says most delicate designs last two to four days, though some more robust designs can last up to a week or two. And the tattoos are applied the same way as the temporary tattoos of your youth.

“We’ve created more than just a temporary tattoo,” the brand’s website reads. “Inked is hand-drawn wearable art, with designs you’d actually want to get for real.

“Whether you’re reliving your ‘90s nostalgia or can’t commit to the real deal, Inked allows everyone to join in on the fun.”

The temporary tattoos are especially popular on platforms like Instagram, adding a special touch to an otherwise simple photo. The brand even has more than 20,000 followers on the platform, so you know the love is real.

The brand also just released a limited "Stay at Home' series of designs with 100 percent of proceeds going to the CDC. These tattoos are available for just $1.50 during this uncertain time.

Check out the tattoos below and channel your inner Post Malone while in quarantine.

Shop: The Foodie Pack, $12

Shop: The Bride to Be Pack, $12

Shop: The Expression Pack, $12

Shop: The Finger Tats Pack, $12

Shop: The Festival Pack, $12

Shop: The Mini Pack, $12

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