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Beyoncé teams up with Flash Tattoos

Published 06/08/2015

Beyoncé's Flash Tattoo ad
Beyoncé's Flash Tattoo ad

Beyoncé Knowles has modelled her first collection of temporary body art.

The Halo singer teamed up with the brand, which focuses on jewellery-inspired temporary tattoos, to put her own personal stamp on the brief body ink market. In her debut shots, Beyoncé models her black and gold designs herself in a range of black and white shots.

The mother-of-one creatively directed the shoot as well as starred in it and co-designed the tats which costs $28 for a pack of five sheets, totalling 57 individual pieces. The metallic body art can be worn separately or layered to create a whole new look, something which Beyoncé has done herself on a number of occasions over the last year.

In two of the shots, the superstar can be seen wearing a metallic gun tattoo on her collarbone with a black off the shoulder crop top showing off the body art to full effect.

While the first shot is a wider view and sees the Crazy in Love singer on her knees with her head tilted to the side and hair across her face, the second is a closer shot with the star standing straight to camera pouting her lips seductively.

Another shot shows Bey biting her lip as she sits side on with her hair tumbling around her shoulders and a long fringe getting in her eyes. She looks almost topless with her back and side boob exposed to show the word ‘Flawless’ – named after one of her songs - on her rib cage.

The final shot is a close up of her hip bone, as she moves a pair of black knickers aside to show the word ‘Blow’ in small fonts.

Making the collection even more fun, the designs have names based on her songs and lyrics.

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