”Even though it was on sale...”
”We want to be conscious adventurers, as Peak Performance calls it
”The day started off with a three hour surf session”
”Packing some beauty favorites for France”
”Read the washing label inside the item ”
”Injecting feminine sensuality into minimalism”
It’s your body, and if you like it 100% the way it is, i say, go for it.You might get comments on the fact that it looks completely the same as someone elses.But if that’s what you like, i don’t see the point in changing the design.
I’d say the shoulder is properly medium on the body/tattoo scale. It also depends if you’re skinny or not, cause the skinner you are, the more it will hurt (theoretically)
thanks!I hope you manage to find what you want.
whenever you want! there aren’t any rules. I know some people who get two at a time.
I’ve actually asked readers this question. Here are the answers:1. air2. trinity3. depends on the person4. hipster trend5. gender, up being male, down being female6. perfection – based on philosophy7. lesbian pride8. the band YACHT
hope you’re having a nice day too!
thanks, that’s really sweet
I posted the picture of her for her tattoos and not her body.But you’re right, eating disorders shouldn’t be taken lightly, and i definitely don’t want to send that message across.I have since taken that picture down and replaced it.
I’m impressed that you know that I haven’t said what my other tattoo was before this post.My other tattoo is a date tattooed onto the side of my wrist.
thanks so much for your support
It would be a tattoo on my right ribs that says ‘romanticism’ in latin.But my answer always changes.
I wish I could become a tattoo artist, but i really can’t draw.
A good place to start is to just shop around all the tattoo parlors with your art portfolio. Ask if they take on apprentices, or simply try to get a receptionists job there. Anything that can get you through the door and noticed.
The places with a thicker layer of skin, like your back. The places that would hurt the most would be bony places or sensitive places (e.g. your palm)
If it’s what makes you happy, go for it!You don’t want to get a version of it you don’t like as much just because a famous person has it.
I have two white ink tattoos. One on my wrist, one on the side.First one says: ridyardSecond one is a date
I can’t decide..haha! i really have a thing for rib tattoos, as well as small symbols.I’d say go with the rib tattoo, cause you can cover it up if you need to unlike a tattoo on your hand.
I love love love number tattoos. just as much as word tattoos.If it was up to me, I’d either do it like this: 11.08.06 or with roman numerals, because they can merge at the lines.
Tattoologist formspring rules:
Questions: I will post the questions and answers on here twice a month.
Tattoo blogging requests: If I have the pictures for it I will not post the question up but just the pictures. It might take a while though, I have 99 requests in my inbox.
for my first tattoos i got both at the same time. there's no point waiting if you know you really want it. plus its better if your artist was charging by the hour.
"I want to get a tattoo on my shoulder, do yuo think it will hurt badly? – Annie, SwedenI'd say the shoulder is properly medium on the body/tattoo scale. It also depends if you're skinny or not, cause the skinner you are, the more it will hurt (theoretically)"I'm able to tell you: its not true. I got 3 tattoos and from that I can say: the more fat its underneath, the more it hurts. exept if its directly tattooed on your collar bones. this terribly hurts.