You Need a (Temporary) Face Flag Tattoo For The World Cup

Global geopolitics have been more or less under control in the past few months, but international relations fault lines are going to be tested today as the World Cup kicks off in beautiful São Paulo. With the most riotous fans of any major sport, soccer—or “futbol,” if you must—has time and time again proved it should be the psychology textbook example for mob mentality. To stoke this already powerful fire, we’ve found the most ridiculous soccer must-have for this World Cup, the Flagface.

Essentially a full-face temporary tattoo, these creations are made in Texas by The GameFace Company—a business Mark Cuban invested in after it appeared on Shark Tank. They slip on easier and without the mess of standard face paint, and Flagfaces peel off when you’re done with them, so they aren’t as high commitment as a standard temporary tat. Or, a real tattoo. But don’t worry, they’re still extremely aggressive.

Ethan Wolff-Mann is an editor at Supercompressor. Pharrell and Snoop Dogg make him want to go to Brazil. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.