Many parents can relate to the dilemma that inspired Shelly Coffman. Her daughter started asking to get her ears pierced when she was three years old, but Shelly felt she was too young. Stick-on earrings are frustratingly un-sticky, so Shelly tried cutting pieces of her son’s temporary tattoos and applying them to her daughter’s ears. It worked. With that discovery, Shelly’s creativity took off and Poppy Drops was born.
Temporary tattoo earrings mimic the look of piercing, but without the pain, permanence or risk of infection. For kids, the designs are perfect. Poppy Drops tattoo earrings are fun, fresh and filled with personality (they work on skin and fingernails, too). For parents, it’s the health and safety of the tattoos that matters. Shelly’s tattoo earrings are made with food-grade vegetable dyes, and they’re manufactured in California.
Poppy Drops’ starter pack includes 36 pairs of earrings and applicator, and the party pack bundle has eight mini pots (each with three pairs of earrings), eight bags, and an applicator. If your kids are curious about piercings but they’re not ready for the needle, try Poppy Drops. It’s an easy, worry-free way to let kids express themselves.