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Beautiful Temporary Tattoos, A New Profit Center!

Maggie Mulhern | October 29, 2014 | 9:00 PM
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LULU DK has introduced Lulu DK’s Colored Metallic Temporary Jewelry Tattoos, these very gorg tattoos that double as jewelry. "I love jewelry but have always had problems with things clanging and getting in the way on my wrist,” explains Lulu deKwiatkowski, the company’s founder and creative director. “So when my sister came home with a gold tattoo that she found overseas, I jumped on it and decided to create my own designs.”

With a specific direction to embody jewelry, deKwiatkowski applied the artistic hand for which she is known to this latest endeavor, creating a line of intricate and fashionable jewelry tattoos that incorporate subtle colored hues such as turquoise, white and royal blue. The metallic gold, silver and new colored designs come in a wide array of styles and tastes ranging from classic bracelets and feminine floral styles to edgy geometric designs and bold prints. “I love, love, love how gold and silver make your body shimmer and lighten up – now with a pop of color these tattoos make an even bolder fashion statement and do that beautifully,” exclaims deKwiatkowski. The tattoos last up to 6 days and live both in and out of water.

Lulu DK Tattoos are available at www.luludk.com. For more information or wholesale inquiries, please email [email protected]; and check out this video to see how Lulu DK Marketing Coordinator Natalie Costantino wears her own tattoos as she shares more information on how they are being utilized in the salon.

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