Sunday 22nd December 2019
Postmas Blog NO.22.
You may think the title of this blog is strange but it’s true. Marmite is an acquired taste, you either love it or you hate it. The same with tattoos.
Over the decade’s tattoos have become a personal thing to the one wearing them or it can be a tribal or gang-related mark that was not your choice.
Either way, the ink that is drawn upon you is permanent and should not be taken lightly when performed.
Many have had drunken holidays when they were younger and when they come back to reality, they regretted the art piece that they had chosen.
Like the numerous tattoo fixing television programs that can make you laugh and think “Reeeeeally” or situations that bring a tear to your eye because they want a permanent reminder of a past love one.
Either way, when deciding on your first piece of ink do your homework on your artist before you choose them for sure.
Like Pinterest or facebook, you have probably seen bad tattoos and amazing tattoos. Not all experienced artists are fantastic in their work.
I looked around for at least 6 months before having my first tattoo over 10 years ago. It’s not fantastic now like it was back then but my views have changed on what I would like it to look like.
I will get it re-inked and have the design made much better and clearer but I will never change the actual subject that I had in my mind for it.
Every tattoo I have has a meaning close to my heart and will stay with me forever.
We can never turn back time and when we have an experience in our life that we decide on keeping with us, what better way than to have a memory on your body which we have the option of keeping in sight or out of sight of others.
Once we start we can’t stop. It’s an addiction that I am proud to reveal. Urges are far and few between these days to get more work done but I will continue at some point in the near future.
Tattoos are mind-blowing when down well. So don’t fall into the trap of a bad artist because ink removal is costly and very painful.
It does not permanently take it away because you are then left with a nasty burn mark from the laser afterward.
What would you prefer? A Fabulous tattoo that you are proud to show off to the world or a nasty laser burn mark that you are embarrassed to expose to anyone that may see it by mistake.
It’s your choice…
If you have a tattoo fetish then i would love for you to contact me and we can talk about this further…..