Hey Beauties! :D

It's been SO long since I've made a post (sorry about that), so to kick it off I'm going to review the INKBOX semi-permanent tattoos that I got from Canada.

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I've always been a huge fan of tattoos, mainly because I'm very creative and expressive. However, like most, it's hard deciding what to get and where to get it. So semi-permanent tattoos help in deciding if you really want one or not, and if you're happy with the placement of it. I've tried many semi-permanent tattoos but they just look really shiny and you can see that they are quite fake (even though they are). 

BUT! I've found a company that do semi-permanent tattoos and they look, no joke, like the real deal...without the pain. The only thing is that they are in Canada and I'm in Australia (so I had to wait a bit for them to come), but the wait was so worth it!

However, the hardest part was deciding which one to get. There are 1000's of amazing designs, plus semi-permanent ink that you can use to draw your own designs! I got the ink and two semi-permanent tattoos. I won't be talking about the ink in this post, just my experience with the semi-permanent tattoos.

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So what's in the box?

1) One semi-permanent tattoo
2) An alcohol wipe
3) A protective seal
4) Instructions, along with some aftercare tips.

Here is a snippet from the website on how they work:

A new tattoo technology.  For Now Ink™️ sinks into the top layer of your skin (called the epidermis, if you wanna get technical) and develops into a dark blue or black color. The result is a tattoo that lasts 1-2 weeks, fading as your skin naturally regenerates. Our plant-based formula is made from skin-safe, cruelty-free ingredients and the tattoos are painless to apply (AKA no needles required).

The application process is fairly easy, you just have to be patient because they take 24-36 hours to develop. I applied the tattoo at 7pm on a Tuesday night and at 7am the next morning it was already really dark (more of a dark blue shade). It began to get darker over the next few days, until it was very close to a dark, blackish blue.

I'd say that for a whole week it remained really dark, and I only started to notice some fading a week and a bit later. It was still there 2 weeks later, just faded, but I didn't mind this because, from a far it looked real. A little over 2 and a bit weeks and the tattoo was pretty much not even there. Kinda miss it! But it's ok because I have another design I'm going to apply!

All in all, I'd highly recommend these semi-permanent INKBOX tattoos. They are super easy to apply, water resistant, cruelty-free and they last from 1-2 weeks. PLUS they look super cool. AND they are pain free!!

Let me know if you have tried any of these awesome tattoos and if you want me to review the ink! 

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