Review: Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

It’s no secret that I love tattoos – although I only have one myself, I love the art and culture of tattoos and really appreciate the beauty of them. The permanence of them does scare me just a little, which is why I had to buy these temporary tattoos when I saw them in Debenhams a few days ago – the Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

I have a feeling that these came off the back of the ‘designer temporary tattoo’ craze about a year ago – the brand, Floozie, is a collaboration between Sadie Frost and Jemima French, and were available exclusively at Debenhams. I say were, in the past tense, as they were on sale (originally £5, down to £1.50) – so if you like the look of them, you might have to dash down to Debenhams soon to catch them!

There are two sheets of 13 tattoos in each pack:

Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

I wasn’t massively attracted to some of the designs, for example the chains on the right, but I was drawn in by the lightening bolt and star designs. I decided to try out my favourites on my wrists, where I think tattoos can look really cute!

Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

Floozie VIP Fake It Temporary Tattoos

When I first applied the tattoos, I absolutely loved them! I have to admit that after half an hour of typing/moving around/living with them on, the lightening bolt started to crackle a little – but I guess that’s the beauty of them, they can be removed and replaced! Obviously it would be better if they stayed on a little longer, but nevermind!

Overall, a fun purchase that doesn’t cost the earth!

Stay Creative,

Chyaz xox



  1. August 10, 2011 / 6:41 pm

    That looks really cool 😀

  2. Laura Poplip
    August 10, 2011 / 6:57 pm

    cool, If I got a pack, i would have stuck the lightning bolt on my forehead, then go round claiming I also survived Voldemorts Killing curse lol

    • CiaraD
      August 10, 2011 / 9:26 pm

      Ha, so would I! I love Harry Potter. =D

  3. Petra
    August 11, 2011 / 12:04 am

    Really cute! Those can be so fun. If I do temp stuff I usually like henna since it last longer, although it’s just the one color

  4. August 13, 2011 / 12:36 pm

    These really do take me back to my childhood! I quite like the chains, Chanel made an extremely popular set of chains with the infamous C’s on them! They could be used on the ankle to look like small anklets, or even round the toe as a toe ring.
    The butterflies are quite nice! I don’t think this is a set to suit all tastes but Im so pleased you liked them.

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