Monday 2 May 2016

Product Review || Pure Tatts - White Temporary Tattoos

With the festival season nearly upon us, I thought id share something funky with you!

Pure Tatts are white temporary tattoos that instantly give you a bit of boho cool.

All the designs are super pretty and very detailed.

Noah actually thought I'd gone and got a new tattoo when he saw the one on my arm.

They don't scream transfers like most of the kiddy ones, these are very elegant.

They would be perfect for when going out on a night out, or when at a festival! 
Even on holiday, the white would look amazing with a gorgeous tan.

A little bit about Pure Tatts;

"Pure Tatts has made it its mission to create intricate and unique tattoo fashion by teaming up with artists from around the world. Now you might be wondering why the heck did two former athletes start a temporary tattoo brand? That's an excellent question! Jason and Malte noticed a lack of originality in the tattoo fashion industry. Girls are stuck with the choice of either a standard gold or silver temporary tattoo - how boring! Through Pure Tatts they were able to create a lifestyle fashion brand that not only spreads positive vibes, but also makes an impact by giving back to the community. 
Pure Tatts donates 10% of its proceeds to a carefully chosen charity each month."

Sgt. Pepper's Friends

Sgt. Pepper’s Friends is a non-profit animal rescue organization located in Aruba and founded by the amazing Rachel Brathen. 
She is also know as @yoga_girl on Instagram and is one of the most influential yoga instructors in the history of social media. 
Sgt. Pepper's dogs and cats are available for adoption in the United States, Canada, Aruba, the Netherlands, and Sweden as of now. 
Every country they add to the list requires careful research, but they hope to open up to families in other countries in the future, as well.

They were really easy to use. 
I managed to get mine on with a trusty old baby wipe
(Is there nothing those wipes can't do!)

It last a good few days, with out it fading  then I scrubbed it off in the shower.
The instructions recommend using either baby oil or olive oil to remove the transfer.

**I was sent the product for free, in return for an honest review. All thoughts are my own.**

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