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Cute Doodleskin Temporary Tattoos

by . September 17th, 2014

People often think of temporary tattoos as toys — sticky little pieces of paper that entertain your kids for a moment. Temporary tattoos are inexpensive, customizable and, most importantly, fun for everyone.

Doodleskin is a Greek-based company that specializes in designing temporary tattoos. Greek artists Dimitris Gkemitzis, Akis Loumis, and Christos Gkemitzis are the people behind these cute, temporary doodleskin tattoos. They love creative designs, illustrations, and typography — all while making sure that high quality and customer satisfaction are met. The team assures that their products are non-toxic and are printed in the U.S with the highest security standards. Temporary tattoos are a great way to enhance your style. They also make you look even more awesome. Doodleskin was created with exactly these in mind.

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Temporary Tattoo doodleskin - 2

Temporary Tattoo doodleskin - 2

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Temporary Tattoo doodleskin - 2

Temporary Tattoo doodleskin - 2

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“No pain. All gain.”

“We promise great and stylish tattoos without the painful work. That’s why we changed the famous motto ‘No pain. No Gain.’ to fit the new standards… not all things need to be hard.”

These tattoos last up to 7 days (sometimes depending on where in the body the tattoo was applied) and they are waterproof. You should try choosing a smooth, hair-free area of your body that doesn’t crease or stretch when you move. To keep updated with their new Doodleskin tattoo designs, check them out on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.

Were you inspired? Got any lovely suggestions for us? Let us know through the comments box below.

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