The temporary tattoos that Chanel brought back in style for its Spring 2010 collection are reemerging, thanks to Beyoncé Knowles. The pop star and designer worked with her House of Deréon brand and airbrush makeup brand Temptu to create a line of limited-edition temporary body art. "With a '60s-pinup-girl-meets-futuristic-biker-chick theme, Beyoncé and I really wanted to give our Deréon Fall 2010 campaign a tough edginess," Tina Knowles, Deréon's founder and creative director (and Beyoncé’s mother), told Women’s Wear Daily of the collection. The temporary tattoos—which are waterproof and last two to five days—will be available this November in four designs: rock 'n' roll, jewelry, spider, and their signature fleur graphic. You can add your name to the waiting list, (yes, waiting list) which is already filling up.