Wanna smell like a herb garden? With these transfer tattoos, you can!

Innovative Brooklyn-based temporary body art company Tattly have teamed up with French artist Vincent Jeannerot to create a range of quaint botanical-themed tattoos.

Unlike regular tats, these transfers require no lifelong commitment or high pain threshold. And in addition they are designed to smell as look as good as they look.

Tattly’s new range is an homage to the herbal, offering tattoos of parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Together they make up the classic French herb blend, bouquet garni.

Each herb tat can be bought individually for US$6 (RM25.80) for a set of two, or alternatively as a set of five for US$18 (RM77.40). According to Tattly’s website, they ship around the world.


Tattly’s herbal tattoos include parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. Photo: Tattly/dpa

For those intrigued by the idea of a scented tattoo but not too keen on smelling like a larder, Tattly also offers more classic floral options such as peony and hydrangea by the same artist.

If you’re looking for something a little more playful and child-friendly, there is also a couple of candy-scented offerings.


Tattoos made for a chef. Photo: Tattly/dpa

The company’s website also has hundreds of quirky non-scented options to choose from including “empowerment” slogans, designs from vintage Vogue and even prints from Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar. – dpa