Apparently there's a trend this summer called SUNBURN TATTOOS. Basically, you put a stencil of a design on your skin, then go outside in the sun. And when you're sunburned, the pale spot where the stencil was stands out.
First off this is terrible idea because CANCER! I'm no dermatologist but you should never purposely give yourself a sunburn because it can lead to skin cancer and also because it ages you quicker.
How did this get started you ask? Well a company started selling stencils to achieve the perfect sunburn tattoo but even they say you should put on sunscreen before you put on the tattoos . . . but will people actually do that if the goal is getting sunburned?