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Guy Gets Temporary Henna Tattoo He Will Probably Regret For Years To Come

By Mark Pygas

Henna tattoos may seem like a good idea while you're on vacation, but as Twitter user James Colley from Cardiff, Wales, recently learned, it's still important to do your research first. During a trip to Zakynthos Island, Greece, he decided to get a Mike Tyson henna tattoo that he'll probably be regretting for a while... 

While the henna used by most professionals is a natural brown coloring that will fade in a few days, some less reputable tattooists simply use cheap black hair dye, which is advertised as black henna. Black hair dye contains paraphenylenediamine (PPD), a chemical that is banned from use on skin in the European Union because it can lead to severe burns on some people.