Getting a tattoo is a big commitment that comes with unfortunate consequences if you don't choose wisely.
There's nothing worse than picking the wrong design and permanently marking your skin with a tat you end up hating several years down the road.
When I was a senior in high school, I regrettably stamped a pink bow onto my lower back. So, trust me, I know from experience.
So now, you can rock some realistic ink that doesn't come with post-tat remorse or require you to get stabbed with needles repeatedly.
Yeah, it sounds pretty damn good if you ask me.
These temporary tattoos contain ink made from Genipa americana fruit, which dyes the top layer of your skin black over a 12-hour time period and lasts for a few weeks before fading into oblivion.
In a way, these things are like badass, black versions of henna; it's the perfect way to have a little fun or test out a tat before upgrading to something permanent.
Inbox currently has a Kickstarter campaign that has raised over $50,000. If the company reaches its goal of $100,000, you'll be able to order your own custom tattoos.