Praise be to Allah.
We have not come across this type of adornment except in the following clip:
If the matter is as it appears to us to be, and as you mentioned in your question, that it involves inserting the needle into the dead layer of skin and using a thread that is not permanent, rather it is removed within one or two days, then what appears to be the case is that this does not come under the heading of tattooing and there does not seem to be any reason to disallow it, if there is no risk of harm.
We have previously stated that it is permissible to use temporary tattoos, subject to certain guidelines, as in the answer to question no. 99629. This is no different to that in terms of ruling.
But we should pay attention to an important matter having to do with this sewing, which is that it is done in parts of the body that are washed when doing wudoo’ and purifying oneself. Therefore what appears to be the case, from what we have seen, is that this prevents the water from reaching the skin and makes it not possible to wash the part of the body that must be washed when doing wudoo’ or ghusl.
If that is the case, then it is not permissible to do this in the places that must be washed in wudoo’, because it makes no sense to do this and then remove it the time of each prayer.
And Allah knows best.