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Beyoncé releases a tattoo collection

Be fierce, flawless and fabulous, even if it's only temporary

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 6 Aug 2015

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Photo: Amber Glaspie/Samantha Greenberg/CR Fashion Book

Beyoncé is the next celebrity in line to design her own range of temporary tattoos. CR Fashion Book reports that Queen Bey herself collaborated with Flash Tattoos, a jewellery-inspired temporary tattoo company, to produce a Beyoncé Flash Tattoo pack.

The body-art is available for shipping now and comes in an array of honeycomb cuff designs to lyrics from Bey's most powerful songs. Apparently, Bey has been a long-time devotee of the brand, which resulted in the collaboration.

"Fortunately for us, Beyoncé was already a big fan of the product. She kept wearing them and we kept sending her more," said Flash Tattoos founder Miranda Burnet. "It was almost fate that we were approached to do this collaboration. We were always so surprised by how she wore the tattoos."

"It was clear that she has a very creative side to her. A lot of people are intimidated because the product is very flashy, but she wore them in very bold ways. She introduced a way of layering the tattoos that was new to us," Miranda added.

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