The Korean pop-rock quartet sat down with Allure’s digital beauty editor while in New York City for their We Rose You world tour to chat about body art — real and temporary — as well as the way makeup alters how they perform on stage. Like most rock bands throughout history, the boys of The Rose have an affinity for black eyeliner. However, they aren’t strictly smudging it around their eyes à la Billie Joe Armstrong or Pete Wentz. Hajoon, Dojoon, and Jaehyeong have been drawing designs onto their hands, cheeks, and chests as temporary tattoos before heading on stage. When I sit down with the Korean band for an interview at their hotel a day after the New York City stop on their We Rose You Live world tour, Dojoon still has a sweet message, love, written in capital, block letters on the top of his hand that flashed to the crowd whenever he picked up his guitar. Drummer Hajoon also recently tricked fans into thinking he had a chest tattoo, but he etched on a rose and “We Rose You” with liquid liner — by himself, much to the surprise of the other members and me. And Jaehyeong, The Rose’s bassist, dabbles into the body art world by decorating his hand ...