Beyonce Knowles TattoosBeyonce is sporting some new ink, but don't expect it to last.

She shows off some new temporary tattoos from the House of Déreon. The singer paired up with airbrush makeup brand Temptu to create limited-edition temporary body art.

"With a Sixties-pinup-girl meets-futuristic-biker-chick theme, Beyoncé and I really wanted to give our Deréon Fall 2010 campaign a tough edginess. We decided to invite Temptu to help us create custom body art for her to model with our fashions. The resulting images were so strong that we realized consumers might want to re-create the tattoos themselves," Tina Knowles, Déreon's founder and creative director, told WWD.

The limited-edition temporary tattoos will be available this November in Deréon's signature fleur icon, rock 'n roll, jewelry, and spider designs. They are waterproof and created to last two to five days. The kits will range from basic to deluxe and will be sold for $16 to $34 at Sephora stores and online at, and, while supplies last. A waiting list is already filling up at