Join the Student Government Association 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, in the Devall Student Center Game Room for airbrush or rub-on temporary tattoos.
The event is free and students and employees have the option to pick from more than 100 airbrush designs which feature full multi-color rub-on tattoos, a selection of airbrush colors by on-site trained technicians.
Temporary tattoos last two to three days or a week, depending on the type of tattoo and level of care.
The event is to have “people get a visual idea of what it would feel like to have a tattoo on their body,” said Tashia Adams, SGA president.
SGA hired Smith Agency from Grand Rapid, Mich., to work the event.
SGA and the Smith Agency will also be handing out brochures concerning tattooing and/or piercing one’s body.
“We hope to encourage pro-health and pro-thought,” said Kyle Fisk, entertainment consultant. “Think before you act because [a real tattoo] is a permanent procedure.”