Would You Try These UV Tattoos on Your Henna Night?


Maybe you’ve seen henna designs before, but probably not like this. And to be clear, these glow-in-the-dark designs aren’t truly henna.



According to Popsugar, unlike traditional henna, these tats aren’t made with dye from the henna plant. Instead, UV henna tattoos are painted on with a special type of temporary body paint that glows under black light. Unlike traditional henna, which is reddish-brown and can last between one and three weeks, white henna lasts a few days, and UV body paint washes right off.



Not everyone is convinced the trend will take off. But hey, if it happened for temporary tattoos, why not UV body paint? Perhaps these UV henna tattoos will even replace flower crowns at your next music festival, or henna/bachelorette party?




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