Before you enjoy your tattoos, please read carefully these few lines... As a child of an indigenous Moroccan from the Rif, I'm particularly cautious about cultural appropriation and, to me, making temporary tattoos about my heritage is a way to honor my ancestors.
By making them accessible to non-Imazighen people I'm happy to spread the beauty and history of Imazighen tattoos. However, it is important to keep in mind that the tattoos originally carry meaningful and sacred powers. Therefore, they are not a prop to exhibit during festivals or any "folkloric"-themed party. Kindly treat this heritage with respect and educate yourself about the plurality of indigenous northern africans named Imazighen people.
I also hope that the tattoos will spark conversations with your friends, family members and anyone about history, minorities, gender and much more. Yes, a tattoo can do that :)