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Ephemeral Tattoos Applied by Tattoo Artists That Will Fade After a Year

Returning to England from the South Pacific at the end of the 18th century, famous adventurer and explorer Captain Cook brought back a heavily tattooed Polynesian called Omai, who quickly became a London sensation: The word tattoo derives from the Tahitian word ‘tatu’ – meaning ‘to mark something’. Traditionally associated with sailors, who often sported […]
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