Gold Temporary Tattoos that look like real gold introduced in the US

September 15, 2012

Gold Temporary Tattoos that look like the real gold tattoos seen in Dubai have been recently been introduced in the US.

The latest accessory trend for the fashion-conscious party-goer is a gold temporary tattoo.

A temporary tattoo business in California is now offering the temporary gold tattoos as the ideal body adornment for weddings and other special occasions.

These temporary gold tattoos look exactly like the real gold tattoos that are applied in expensive salons for hundreds of dollars...but at a fraction of the cost.

Temporary Tattoo Factory, in San Diego, CA invented the simulated gold temporary tattoos in March of 2012 and now supplies retail outlets in the US and Europe.

It's definitely a revolution in the body art business. It's the first time gold temporary tattoos have been available. These gold tattoos apply in 10 seconds, last for 5 to 7 days and are easily removable with rubbing alcohol.

Gold tattoos were originally invented in Japan. The Japanese version of gold tattoos uses 18k gold. The US version uses simulated gold that looks identical to the real gold version.

Temporary gold tattoos are a new idea that's a mix of jewelry, makeup and accessories. It's a lot easier to make the decision to get a temporary gold tattoo than to have a 18K gold tattoo applied in an expensive salon for $100 or more.


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