Just about the same price as a regular one but as a parent you have peace of mind knowing that in a week, it’ll go away.
Atleast I think you do.
Or .. you could look at it as you are spending just as much money for a tattoo that will fade so you might as well let your kid get the real deal.
And you still think I should have kids?
The girls got tatts. The design got bigger depending on the age of the girl. Respectively.
Of course, I wouldn’t let my kids get a real tattoo. Under the age of 18, at least.
I’d probably go on and on and on about the potential risks and life time of regret from getting one.
But I digress.
This isn’t about regret. It’s about spring break. And non permanent henna tattoos.
And sorta about a henna dude, named Justin Drew at the Fairmont Kea Lani hotel in Wailea Maui.