SPANISH fashion label Paco Rabanne has teamed up with a British artist to launch one of the first ever scented, spray-on tattoos.
The revolutionary designs are intended to give temporary airbrush tattoos, known as TATs, a more sophisticated image.
According to London-born artist Julie Proctor, 49, creating the tattoo was easier than expected.
“I didn’t know if it had been done before but I just thought there must be a way of doing it, so I put some perfume into the ink and that was it – it just worked,” she explained. “The tattoo ink when dry locks in the scent even after washing. It is truly amazing.”
The tattoos, which last up to 10 days, are now being launched in the UK as part of a rock ‘n’ roll Debenhams campaign fronted by Iggy Pop.
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