is it dangerous to have a tattoo done where there is a small birthmark (a very small one, but still)? never had a tattoo done before but I'm considering some writing in white ink. thanks for your inspiring blog! mk x
I don't see why tattooing over a small birthmark will be dangerous, but check with the tattoo artist first. Remember that the tattoo ink colour may be slightly different because of the fact that you're tattooing it over a birthmark. Safety first, check with the tattoo artist! ;)
They were popular with sailors at first, they symbolise things like completed journeys. But it can also mean things like stability and strong foundation. Like stability in a relationship. I'm sure there are other meanings for anchor tattoos as well :)
Hey! I already have one tattoo on my lower back, but are thinking of getting several more. I really like lettering, and I would love to get some thin-lined writing, but I've heard that too thin lines "smudge"/fade after a while... Is this right?
Yup, it happens! But it depends on how much your skin stretches, how well you look after your tattoo and other things. (different people, different changes in skin) The 'smudging' and fading happens due to ageing and skin damage etc.
Sorry that this isn't a question, but I just wanted to sat thank you for creating such a beautiful site. You sound very humble in your form spring replies, too. It makes your blog very enjoyable! Thank you x
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