Thinking about getting your first tattoo? Any ink enthusiast will tell you that there are a lot of rules to consider — it's not something you do on a whim. Getting the exact artwork you want is a process that starts long before you arrive at the parlor. So we've created this comprehensive calendar. It includes everything you need to know: tips for finding the right artist, safety measures to follow, and aftercare instructions.
Are you nerdy, dirty, inked and curvy? Let the pride of your body show through with this "Nerdy, Dirty, Inked And Curvy" shirt. Body positive is the only way to go, and so what you're a little nerdy? You're also a little dirty and have a few tattoos, so what? A little curvy when it comes to your body? Who cares. You're apparently cool as hell when you fall under all four of those categories.
Tattoos need appropriate treatment, both in the immediate days after getting it and over the long haul. Failure to do so can create complications; in a best-case scenario, lack of care can lead to dry, damaged skin that affects a tattoo’s appearance while in a worst-case scenario, neglecting immediate aftercare can create an infection around the tattooed area.
24 Tattooed Seniors Answer The Question: "What Will It Look Like In 40 Years?"
I love this. This isn't a mistake. So what if she's old now. And not 18 anymore. This is a reminder of the good days she had and all of the memories she made. She can look at this and smile, thinking of everything she experienced. So no. Don't tell me my tattoos will look like shit when I'm older. I really do not care. I will not regret my memories. <--- indeed!
Yes! And this is why I don't particularly care when someone says I have too many tattoos or scoffs at the fact that I want more. I have scars from my military service, and from giving birth to my baby girl. My body is my canvas to paint how I want. Don't like it? Simple, don't be in my life.