Monday, March 12, 2012

Tween~Tattooed by Inky Review

NEW product collection that will get your tweens “eggs”cited!
Tattooed by Inky is a high quality colorful body spray collection that is sold at Target stores at an affordable price of $5.99 for each, which makes it both kid and parent friendly—a perfect Easter basket addition! Targeted to a young audience, lightly fragranced body sprays have become a popular everyday beauty/grooming essential for both girls and boys. Tattooed By Inky collection offers 5 distinctive scents---two for boys and three for girls.

My thoughts-These spray bottles are so cool. I like how they smell. The fragrances are very nice for both boys and girls. The price is even better for a full size bottle. I like that there is a unisex fragance (KOI) for families with both tween boys and girls. My 13 yr old son really liked trying the fragrance (Monkey Business) out. He really liked it. Be the cool mom and get your tweens these fragrances for their Easter basket, goodie bags, or just a everyday essential.

Monkey Business - for the smart, funny no-nonsense guy. Has a bold blend of leather, lavender, pepper, and sandalwood. (male)

Drako - for the strong, enigmatic and fiery guy with an elemental blend of spices, musk, and precious woods. (male)

A Mi Amor - vividly captures all your loving feelings of passion and romance with a complex blend of white florals, vanilla, and amber. (female)

Sudden Freedom - for the confident, vibrant and independent woman who reaches for the stars and inpires others to do the same. A fresh and feminine bouquet of aquatic florals, pink jasmine and warm rosewood, this scent innately captures your charismatic spirit and style.(female)

KOI - for the easy going, colorful personality and affectionate nature who also has a resilient strength and courage of convictions. An intricate blend of radiant citrus, ginger and the warmth of patchouli, KOI shows off your many sides.

***Disclosure-No monetary compenssation was received. Sample product was received to review. These are our honest opinions.

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