Tattoos are almost ubiquitous, with a recent survey suggesting that four in ten people born in the 1980s and 1990s have one.

But if you still can't quite commit to getting inked, an American company is offering people the chance to trial their tattoos first.

Momentary Ink says it uses a special application solution to create waterproof, non-toxic temporary tattoos that look just like the real thing.


These 'tattoos' do not have the glossy look of other temporary tattoos, and last for up to ten days.

Customers just need to upload an image of their design online (or use an in-house artist), with the temporary tattoos costing between $15 and $30.

HT Mashable

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