Lucy and I got to try INKED by Dani temporary tattoos. They’re vegan, cruelty-free, and made with waterproof FDA-approved ink. What’s not to love? Read more in this post.
It’s no secret that I love tattoos. In fact, when I started this blog about 10 years ago, the name was based on that. Now that I have a daughter, temporary tattoos seem to be more prevalent than the real thing, mainly because they seem to find their way into what feels like a weekly goody bag from one of Lucy’s friend’s or classmate’s birthday. She loves to wear them and compare the look to mommy’s real ones. So when INKED by Dani offered to let me try her beautifully hand-drawn tattoos, I knew Lucy and I would have a blast testing them out.
ABOUT INKED BY DANI TEMPORARY TATTOOS
The vast and varied collection at INKED by Dani is an effort to elevate the temporary tattoo trend with hand-drawn designs by artist and founder Dani Egna. They offer wearable art without the commitment of a real tattoo. Considering my regret for a couple of pieces I got in my early 20’s, I can really get behind that.
WHAT’S IN THE INK?
These temporary tattoos are made in the U.S.A. with cruelty-free, waterproof, FDA-approved ink. Truly something you can feel good about putting on your body. In fact, they are so good, they landed on Ellen’s List of Favorites.
Offering a lovely way to display your support for a special cause, INKED by Dani allows you to shop an array of designs at about $1.50 a piece. Each design supports a different charitable cause ranging from the Make a Wish Foundation to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and even support for Greenpeace.
Above: Two for her and one for me. My tiny heart tattoo is by Maytee at Sunset Tattoo Parlour and Lucy’s two tiny hearts are in INKED by Dani’s Finger Tats collection.
Lucy and I are still trying out the many different styles in the Finger Tats Pack ($12), but there’s a whole slew of designs to fit your style, like the delicate Ivory Pack ($12) or the more psychedelic Good Vibes Pack ($12). Or you can just customize your order ($10 minimum) with some of the individual tattoos that call out to you. I was particularly drawn to the colorful butterfly ($1.50) and the blue-eyed Hamsa hand ($1.50). Whatever you’re into, chances are you’ll want to fill up your cart with at least a healthy handful of options.