Bored? Decorate your lady bits.

Less painful and scary then the Vajazzle, completely bare now offers Bikini Ink. Next up top hats and tails for the man bits?

The creators of the Vajazzle now let you airbrush some temporary ink down there with their new Bikini Ink treatment.

completely bare introduces a new way to spice up your standard bikini wax: Bikini Ink. An airbrush tattoo applied directly after a completely bare bikini wax, Bikini Ink lets you live dangerously temporarily. Get “inked” with your beau’s initials, or go for a flirty design—the tattoo you choose is up to you.

Clients can get a flower, butterfly, sun, or calligraphy letters inked in their favorite color. A trained technician applies an exclusive stencil and airbrushes the ink directly onto the area, giving you a coy secret to hide—or reveal—as you choose. The ink lasts up to five days for commitment-free, flirtatious fun.

The ink is a non-toxic body airbrush paint that lasts up to five days. This paint is waterproof but either baby oil or rubbing alcohol will remove the Bikini Ink.

WHAT IT COSTS: $75

About completely bare: Founded on Madison Avenue over ten years ago by hair removal expert Cindy Barshop, completely bare is the number one destination for permanent hair reduction for men and women, providing breakthrough treatments and unparalleled service in a uniquely inviting, pampering environment. Boasting highly trained experts and cutting edge technology, completely bare is the go-to spa for gentle, lasting hair removal. Catering to the world’s most discerning clients, completely bare offers an array of laser treatments, providing options for every hair type, skin color and hair color. Every service utilizes new innovations for a customized, comfortable experience, from “ouchless” wax for sensitive skin to scent-free sculpted tans.


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