Take a walk on the wild side with this season's hottest accessory: the tattoo.
New York designer-to-the-hip Anna Sui marked her models with elaborate tattoos during her spring fashion show. Temporary tattoos give you the fashion kick without the commitment.
Like the Cracker Jack transfers of your childhood, these short-term beauties are waterproof and last two to five days. They can be removed with adhesive tape or rubbing alcohol.
Floral, religious or animal motifs are the most popular, but you can also find teardrops, dragons and graphic designs.
Temporary tattoos generally sell for under $5 for small designs and more than $20 for larger ones.