Tattoos: The good, the bad and the bumpy
Tattoos: The good, the bad and the bumpy. A lot of people consider their bodies as an artistic canvas for permanent ink drawings. Without knowing that the colored pigments they contain are not developed to be used in tattoos and they can lead into causing harmful reactions to some people.
Annabel Townsend out of Maple Grove, Minn, celebrated her 18th birthday by taking a trip to a tattoo parlor. This was not a spontaneous decision.
“I designed the whole thing over the period of a few years” she said out of the three quarter sleeve that now reside on her right arm. (like the sleeve of a shirt, sleeve tattoo covers the arm.) “I drew it over and over until the design is perfected.” She wanted the tattoo to be apart off a meaningful collection to her. “Every component inside of it has been selected for a reason,” She says, that includes big Ben, musical notations, and her favorite quote.