Completely Bare Thinks Ink

I’ve always abided by the ye olde laws established by the iconic Coco Chanel–too many accessories clutter an outfit. Should this maxim also be applied to body art “down there?” In the shadows of the Vajazzle (a service that allows ladies to add a little bling to their…ahem), emerges Bikini Ink. For $75, clients can get tagged with non-toxic body airbrush paint post-bikini wax at Completely Bare in New York. They can choose to get a temporary tat of a flower, sun, butterfly, or a group of letters. With a five-day life span, these waterproof tattoos, which can be easily erased with rubbing alcohol or baby oil, are meant to be a sassy add-on to a fairly standard service without much commitment. What do you think? Is Bikini Ink cheeky or chic? Fun or a faux pas? Tame or tacky? We would love to hear what you’re opinion is on this saucy statement!

4 Comments so far
  1. Melisse July 18, 2010 10:42 pm

    I’m thinking this is better than the permanent version, which is also becoming popular.

  2. Michelle July 21, 2010 8:47 pm

    tattoos are way better, this is so tacky!!!

  3. Renee July 22, 2010 1:09 am

    this is a great option, great for those who will not opt for the permanant ink.

  4. terry carter July 27, 2010 10:24 pm

    I think it’s a great idea. Those who are tattoo fans who scoff at the ‘poser’ temporaries miss a point. A temporary tat offers so many advantages – and not just to the wearer. Here’s a few that come to mind: One – the person can try it on risk free to see how they feel about body art. Two – their body art can change with their taste and wardrobe from event to event. Three – possible repeat business (on the same spot even) for the business. Views of an artist, masseur, and airbrush tanner, (to name a few)

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