Get Inked

Add some Chanel InkTattoos, the chosen form of self-expression for many Gen X and Yers looking to stand out, have gone main stream. This spring women who would never have considered getting inked may be sporting temporary tats courtesy of Chanel.

It has created a set of press-on Chanel bracelets, necklaces, pendants, cherry blossoms, and a bejeweled bird. There are 55 temporary tattoos in the kit that sells for $74. It will available this February from . The kit is based on the temporary tattoos that global creative director for Chanel makeup Peter Philips created Chanel’s spring fashion show.
Rodarte's look was tribalRodarte also adorned models with eye-catching henna-inspired tattoos created by M∙A∙C Cosmetics Senior Artist, Chantel Miller when they showed their spring 2010 collection. Jean Paul Gaultier also used body in his spring runway show. Thanks to this popular, trendsetting designer’s tats — at least temporary ones — are the newest must-have accessory.
Dying to try some ink? Go temporary to save your skin and match you tats to your outfits. The Chanel kit will let you replicate the Chanel look perfectly. It’s a bit pricy at $74, but not much compared to any other Chanel accessory. Or you can design your own look with Temtpu’s Girly kit from Sephora. If you are feeling Rodarte’s look, why not find an Indian beauty parlor and let a pro do it for you.

Give a perfect pout

What fashionista would not love to get this set of Lip Fusion Mini Holiday Collection? Lipfusion’s patented micro collagen delivers active collagen to the lips. Tiny marine micro spheres plump lips and create a beautiful full pout. Lipfusion does not contain irritants such as cinnamon, caffeine or menthol to temporarily swell lips. The micro spheres and collagen do the plumping painlessly.

The collection includes 6 shiny sexy shades in popular baby pinks, sheers and nudes, including the newest shades — Crave, Goddess and Boca Babe.
Available at Sephora in the U.S. and Canada, , and $39USD and $42 CND