Ephemeral tattoos are real tattoos that can change with you: our patented ink is made-to-fade in 9-15 months. We’ll always support an anime tattoo, and even if the meaning of this naruto tattoo is lost on you, you have to admit this shoulder tattoo looks pretty great.
Ephemeral tattoos are real tattoos that utilize semi-permanent ink; an Ephemeral is made-to-fade in 9-15 months (just when the craving for a new tattoo strikes). Your next forearm tattoo could be a sick samurai tattoo—a katana as cool as this one is calling your name.
Do you want a tattoo, but don’t want it to follow you everywhere, forever? Enter Ephemeral tattoo, where the ink is semi-permanent and made to fade in 9-15 months. We could compose an ode to strategically placed minimalist tattoos—but instead we’ll just say that we love you, bird collarbone tattoo.
What have you always wanted to get tattooed on you? Try out the design of your dreams with a semi-permanent tattoo brought to you by Ephemeral Tattoo’s patented temporary tattoo ink that fades in 9-15 months. Whether your tattoo holds a deep meaning or just means you’re down for a good time, it’s never a bad time to get an Ephemeral. Want to learn more about our process? Check out ephemeral.tattoo.
Barbed wire makes for the quintessential edgy tattoo design, creating a small wrist tattoo with big impact. Is your edgy side begging for an encounter with the tattoo machine, while you’re unsure about the lifetime commitment? Enter: Ephemeral Tattoo, where the ink is semi-permanent and will disappear in 9-15 months. Check out @ephemeraltattoo to see what we’ve been up to.
Tattoos are an essential part of the street style aesthetic. If you’re unsure of whether you want a permanent tattoo but want to embrace the culture, Ephemeral has your back. Temporary tattoos aren’t just for kids anymore. Our ink is semi-permanent and made-to-fade in 9-15 months. Visit ephemeral.tattoo to schedule your Ephemeral today.
Obviously, getting a tattoo is a little painful. That’s part of the thrill. Tattoos that hurt to get, versus ones that are just uncomfortable, depend on what certain area of the body the tattoo is placed. We created this handy pain chart so you can easily see which places to get tattooed are the most or least tolerable for most people. Interested in getting tattooed, but not sure you want to commit to being inked for life? Check out Ephemeral Tattoo, where the ink is made-to-fade in 9-15 months.