I’ve come to the conclusion that if anyone wants to push their “tat artist” on you based on “how cheep they are,” (by the way, girl on Facebook, it’s “cheap”) then it’s probably not a good idea to go to that person.
You don’t choose artists based on price, you go by quality. You’ll hear it all the time, “good work ain’t cheap, cheap work ain’t good.” Period.
What part about “in home tattoos are a bad idea” is so hard to understand? Oh - she’s “a professional?” Really? Why is she not in a shop permanently, then? Why is she bouncing back and forth between a shop and her house? OH and - this is the best part - “she’s a mother so she’s super careful.”
I thought by you saying you wouldn’t advertise your in-home sessions “for obvious reasons” that that meant everything, not just it being illegal. Apparently it did not. How can your main concern be the law… not your own health? I hope for your sake it doesn’t turn out horrible. Because from what I understand, it’s going to be a pretty good-sized piece. Good luck with that. Sounds like you’re going to need it.
I know I say this like every few days of my life, but for real. I want one. I just don’t know if it’ll look alright. Haha. I’m not about to look like a weirdo.
It’s not even about my nose, I have an adorable nose. I love it. Wonderful. I’m just thinking about in relation to the rest of my face.
*By “kind of” I mean “I do.”
Camera lens plugs.
Except I always come up with this super cool idea and then later find out someone else has also come up with the same idea… before me. :)
I’MMA LOOK. I don’t need plugs, I just want to see if they exist.