Violent Lips is giving lip service — literally — to the temporary tattoo beauty trend set in motion by Chanel and Temptu.
The idea for Violent Lips, started by music manager Jeff Haddad and his partner Lori Magnier, arose after Haddad’s nine-year-old daughter scored multiple compliments from decorating her mouth with Chanel temporary tattoos. If only Haddad could make removable tattoos specifically for lips, he thought, he’d have a hit on his hands. “We’ve been paying makeup artists to do this to our artists on shoots, and nobody has made it,” said Haddad, who has worked with The Pussycat Dolls.
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