These Authentic-Looking Temporary Tattoos Of Your Favorite Rapper Are A Must-Have Halloween Accessory

If you’re even thinking about becoming a rapper in this day and age, the only barrier to entry is that you get your ass to a tattoo parlor and tell him to plaster so much ink on your dome that Mickey D’s would burn your employment application. Face tats in the rap game are the baggy jeans of the 90s, and almost as important as talent. Lil Xan, Post Malone, Lil Peep, Teka$hi 6ix9ine, 21 Savage, Lil Pump, XXXTentacion (RIP) have all helped to normalize face tats in the rap game.

But maybe you’re not looking to sell records. Maybe you just want an dope authentic Halloween costume without making yourself unemployable for all eternity. Or maybe you really want to establish dominance over your girlfriend’s dad when you meet him for the first time.

If that’s the case, we got just the thing.

The artists over at Ink Daze have an incredible collection of authentic-looking temporary tattoos that mimic the ink of your favorite rappers.

Like Teka$hi 6ix9ine signature “69” forehead tat.

Or Post Malone’s famous “Always Tired” tat under his right and left eyes.

Or Lil Peep’s anarchy logo on his left cheek.

These just aren’t any temporary tattoos that you can get from throwing a quarter in a machine and twisting the crank. Ink Daze has designed temporary tattoos for some of Hollywood’s most well known celebrities–including Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift. Heard of ’em?

The only similarity Ink Daze has with your run-of-the-mill temporary tats is that all you have to do is add water. The tattoos typically last anywhere from 5-14 days, but Ink Daze provides instructions on how to remove them sooner.

If the rapper route isn’t in the cards for you and you just want to give a trial run for a tattoo design you’re thinking of permanently inking on yourself, Ink Daze’s Design Lab allows you to design your own tattoo by uploading an image of your vision.

So, there you have it, bros. If you were struggling with a Halloween costume this year and didn’t want to wear an itchy banana suit or sweat through a mask, transform yourself into a rap star and avoid the purple drank.


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