Remember, Deyana, everyone's skin does not accept tattoo ink well. In five years, depending on your skin, you could have a tattoo that looks faded and ancient. I have no idea how to tell beforehand if one has the right kind of skin or not.
If that is the world's most tattooed senior woman, does that mean that there is some woman who has more tattoos?
imec, no way, that is not good, way too over the top, I want it to look pretty and/or interesting, not bizarre!
Bixa, that's true. It's hard to know what the end result will be, especially with my skin tone. That's probably why I keep putting it off. Yeah, I like the snake too.
Kerouac, I don't like that one in the pic you put up much. I can just imagine the colors will just run into each other one day, or it turns gray and looks like just one blob. I like the more delicate looking ones for the shoulder.
An ex-boyfriend of mine had quite a few and I liked them, but they could have done with some retouching I thought. I wonder how often that needs to be done?
Ha ha Bixa - I liked that picture! Winchester is full of those people; indeed I bumped into one this evening on my way home. She was riding a bike and stopped to tell me that her son has just been ordained. For once this left me speechless.