If you're a fan of taking beauty risks, you probably remember Violent Lips and Eyes Temporary Tattoos, which launched in 2011 and everyone freaked out over shortly thereafter. Created by a guy named Jeff Haddad, the tats not only coated your mouth and eyelids with cool, creative patterns like leopard, glitter, rainbow, paint splatter, cupcakes - the list goes on - they also left you with some seriously cool Instagram content.
Here's a refresher if you have no clue what I'm referring to:
Now, five years later, Haddad's two daughters Isabella (19 years old) and Sophia (15 years old) got into the beauty biz and are making their (not so temporary) mark with a line of press-on emoji tattoos called Violent Lip "Minis." So what makes them different that their dad's O.G. appliqués? They're super tiny and you can stick everywhere from your lips to your lids to your boyfriend's abs (because why not).
"The original Violent Lips temporary lip tattoos are applied onto someone's entire mouth, which is kind of a commitment," the sisters told Cosmopolitan.com. "We created Minis because we wanted to give our customers the option to apply a more subtle product that still possesses a memorable statement. As soon as we came up with the idea to start this new line, we decided to make it a multi-purpose tattoo that can be applied onto the lips, face, nails, and body."
Here's a closer look at the stickers, which the girls said they were inspired by the sisters' doodles in class, as well as makeup and fashion trends.
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