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Stress Eaters Beware: Sinfully Sweet Dessert Tattoos

Stress Eaters Beware: Sinfully Sweet Dessert Tattoos

Tattoo Ideas1 min Read

These Dessert Tattoos are almost literal eye candy. Please don't lick your screen.

As you can see, dessert tattoos span many different types of sweets. Anyone with a sweet tooth can tell you that there are particular things that really get the saliva glands goin'. The human connection with desserts sure goes deep...Candy can be trace back to about 2000 BC to the Egyptians. No surprise there since they invented a lot of cool stuff, but their candy was mostly honeyed nuts and fruits. Cacao was invented in Mexico, and we all know that this is one of the most important discoveries in human history, for where would we be without the delicious comfort of chocolate? Caramel was invented by Arabs in 950 AD, but it was originally used for hair...which is wild! A hair product that tastes delicious too? Sign us up. 

We were being 100% serious when we titled this collection "Stress Eaters Beware", because even now, after looking at them, we've got the worst craving for an entire table of cakes, cookies, and candy. Dessert tattoos are super fun, but also dangerous...because even if you just ate the largest meal of your life, you'll still end up feeling hungry after checking out these pieces. Colorful, vivid, and sometimes even cute and sparkly, these dessert tattoos are literal eye candy, and we just can't get enough of it.

Food tattoos, in general, are some of the most fun tattoos out there and these dessert tattoos are no different. A great way to start your day is with some colorful, eye popping, sugar lickin goodness like these awesome pieces. Do you remember that scene in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory where they lick the wallpaper? "The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!" Well, we hope that although you fully enjoy these dessert tattoos, you don't forget yourself and lick your phone or computer screen. We had that moment of weakness already. It didn't taste very good. 

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