Ghetto Girls Only Live Once

Hah, this lady naturally if she only could live once, she would get it tatted on her head. Great job
Average: 2.6 (5 votes)


Wow this is really terrible..

Is this a boy or girl? Very horrible should take this down, if its a girl shes faat ugly and has facial hair... You need to stop living for the moment if you read this, please sort yourself out. All the other tats aare cOol though, even the fat guy with food chain tats! Love yiur site

We think it is a girl, but we can never be sure. Thanks for stopping by!

To be honest and blunt, that's the absulote best thing you can do. If this guy does some truly sick work, and tells you to get in the chair and let him have at it, chances are you're in good hands. If this cat has a waiting list, hold out for the work. That's a surefire sign it's worth waiting for. If you bring an idea to this artist and he can whip something out with a sharpie wherever you're wanting it, go for it. I have tattooed over half my life and the pieces that are the best are the ones that people give me an idea and let me go to town on. I have done sleeves like that, and never have had a negative response. By doing this, you accomplish two things. One, you're ensuring you are walking out of the shop with a one of a kind piece, and two, you are showing the artist you trust his judgement to give you what you are wanting. Get in the chair, what are you waiting for?

When I took in my idea for my foot tattoo, my aristt said that a lot of people had brought that same picture in. He suggested that he should just draw something up on my foot. I was a little apprehensive at first b/c i wasn't sure if his design was going to be what I was looking for. I wanted cherry blossoms that looked real. I was afraid he would make them look cartoon-ish. When I went in for my appointment, I let him do what he wanted for the drawing. When I looked down when he was done, it was exactly what I wanted. I was completely happy with the results and he did an amazing job free-handing my cherry blossoms. I can't imagine it being better.You are definitely going to get a one-of-a-kind tattoo by letting your aristt free-hand it. But if you don't like what he draws up, tell him and he should work with you until he has drawn something that you like. I'd say definitely go for it!

When a teenager come in to our shop we want to help them the best we can. This will be on there feoverr. So we wonder if they really know what they want and how long have they thought about this tat. We try to get them to pick a smaller tattoo if they are of a smaller build.We also make sure that they are 16 and have a parent signature.It better it the tat has meaning to them and they have a story about it but we will also tattoo them if they open up the book and point to one.

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