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These Brand New flower tattoos that are temporary Odor like flowers

Temporary tattoos are a fun and easy way to express your own imagination without permanently changing your body, which we love. While they are nothing new — we’ve been having fun with all the temporary body art for years — a single company   is incorporating an amazing fresh spin to pretend tattoos, and this tendency can make ’90s children so nostalgic.

Tattly’s blossom temporary tattoos  would be the ideal way to bring the ’90s back to 2017, and they’re super stunning and reasonably priced, to boot.

Tattly founder Tina Roth Eisenberg is incorporating a exceptional twist to the flash tattoo trend by pairing her tasteful watercolor flower tattoos with the accompanying odor, and we’re swooning. The designs were created with French artist Vincent Jeannerot, who had been motivated by watercolor paintings of “19th-century botany examples,” based on TeenVogue.com, together with every tattoo comprising its own odor.

The newest features 15 unique aromas, from parsley leaf and sage to a with notes of vanilla frosting, candy corn, and cotton candy, to every palate out there. If you are not into intimate flower tattoos, you may pick from colorful and vibrant candy designs, providing  literal meaning to the term “arm candy.”

These fun flower tattoos are a sweet reminder to the ’90s, when scratch-and-sniff stickers and blossom markers were all the rage. If you are missing the days of cotton candies scented-nail blossom and Lip Smackers, then you’re going to want to grab a couple of sets of them, particularly prior to your next beach vacation or music festival.

The best news? The perfumed designs won’t break the bank — you can grab ’em as cheap as $1 for a set of two tattoos or 18 for some eight, which means you can always share with a friend.

We are low-key obsessed with these temporary tattoos…they are the most stylish, elevated method to bring back our childhood, and we love it. Now where would be our Walkmans?