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  1. Ephemeral Tattoo ® Real Tattoos. No Lifetime Commitment. Visit an Ephemeral studio for a real tattoo that fades away in 1-3 years. Self-expression for who you are today. Book Your Tattoo Now How Our Ink Works

  2. Jun 14, 2022 · An Ephemeral tattoo is a tattoo that uses a special kind of biodegradable ink designed to fade gracefully over the course of a year. “The idea for Ephemeral came up from a shared experience between me and my co-founders,” Sakhai says.

  3. Mar 6, 2023 · DISAPPEARING ACT What It's Like to Get a "Made to Fade" Ephemeral Tattoo We chatted with one of the founders of Ephemeral Tattoo Studio in NYC about its specialized, made-to-fade ink. Plus,...

  4. Jun 4, 2023 · The latest made-to-fade technology in "ephemeral" tattoos means that's no longer a pipe dream; the ink is designed to slowly break down over time, fully disappearing after 10 months to a year.

  5. Nov 17, 2021 · Sakhai likened Ephemeral's proprietary ink technology to the way sutures work: Where permanent tattoo ink particles aggregate in the skin in a way that your body can’t remove, Ephemeral...

  6. Book Now Studio Details. Los Angeles. 131 N La Brea, Los Angeles, CA Monday - Sunday 10AM - 9PM 323.333.6059 Book Now Studio Details. Houston. 1665 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX Friday - Tuesday 11AM - 9PM 832.544.7282

  7. Feb 25, 2023 · Ephemeral, the studio that tattooed her, had just opened in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, and its draw was a trademarked tattoo ink that was advertised as “made to fade” nine to ...

  8. Ephemeral’s made-to-fade ink is applied just like a traditional tattoo. An artist uses a needle to transfer ink under your top layer of skin, but, unlike traditional tattoo ink, Ephemeral ink contains medical-grade, bio-absorbable ingredients that shrink over time until they are small enough for your body to remove.

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  9. Oct 13, 2021 · The New York–based temporary-tattoo start-up Ephemeral, which recently gained fame on TikTok, has an answer for you: Made to fade tattoos that look like the real thing. Perfect for the commitment-phobic millennial.

  10. May 5, 2021 · Updated: Sep. 26, 2022 Originally Published: May 5, 2021 When I got my first tattoo at age 18 — a teeny tiny star behind my ear inspired by Rihanna, of course — I told myself it would be the only one I would ever get. Yet, eight years and nine tattoos later (sorry, Mom), I’ve become a tad obsessed.

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