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Face Tattoos. Would you get one? Chances are most of you said ‘no’, but people are getting them and they’re getting more popular. So what drives people to ma…



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  • swagonwheels 3 years ago

    I don’t care what anyone does to themselves, but I do try to ensure those
    more out there kinds of decisions are made with the party involved being
    fully informed of any risks or possible consequences.

    It is a fact, regardless of all the care in the world, that patients
    contract infections in hospital surgeries, so it’s fair to say, the same
    risks exist in a Tattoo parlour no matter how careful the tattoo artist is.

    A friend recently made the mistake of getting a tattoo without researching
    the risks or possible consequences, afterwards, she was made aware of the
    risks; what she learned terrified her and has really impacted on her
    emotional health due to the concerns and regrets she now has.

    She had no idea that on top of her emotional regrets, there was a risk of
    HIV, AIDS, hepatitis, herpes and a plethora of all kind s of other
    infections. No one told her the inks used were never intended for use “on”
    the skin, let alone to be “injected into and under it”.

    These inks are industrial inks which no health authority anywhere on earth
    has ever approved.

    These inks contain acids, toxins, plastics and mercury, they are a time
    bomb, which, after the tattoo is applied, your bodies blood flows through,
    this eventually destroys the liver and due to the carcinogens in the inks,
    also put the wearer at long term risk to cancer.

    Although people may think, given the fact tattoos have been around since
    time in memoriam, that tattoos must be risk free; what they don’t know, is
    that in the past, natural dyes were used, but due to fading, operators now
    use completely unapproved industrial inks which do have both short term and
    very long term health risks.

    It’s no surprise the in thing in Hollywood at the moment, is the removal of
    tattoos, because the fad is over, but also, because the wearers are trying
    to remove the long term possibility of cancer.

    Unfortunately, some of the removal processes are just as risky, depending
    upon the colour of the inks used in the original tattoo.

    It must also be acknowledged, life is a long time, fads come and go, but a
    tattoo is there forever, and given the undeniable stigma surrounding
    tattoos, it’s no surprise, that on women, they are known as “tramp
    stamps” they take away the decent image of even the most beautiful girl,
    they are known to be worn by people with low self esteem, and women who are
    sexually promiscuous.

    Respect is something we all need in our lives, and our self respect, or
    lack of it, is another thing tattoos take away from us.

    Briefly and by no means the full story, tattoo’s began as an ownership mark
    on Egyptian slaves, this was adopted by the authorities for prisoners, and
    then by men who were really only trying to portray a dangerous image,
    wannabe tough guys, frauds, usually men of weak character. On women, they
    were used by pimps to mark their whores, showing they were his property,
    hence the term, “tramp stamp”.

    My advice when it comes to fads or fashion is that fads and fashions come
    and go, so it’s unwise to ever do anything that is permanent, because it
    won’t match future changes in fads or fashion.

    A necklace or an earring you can remove, the same applies to a dress or
    it’s style, so why would anyone who enjoys keeping up with fashion,
    permanently disfigure and degrade themselves, to then be stuck in that
    moment in time forever?

    Tattoo’s eventually become a permanent reminder of an act of
    thoughtlessness and youthful ignorance more than anything else, but what
    has also been proven, is that any tattoo the wearer claims is about someone
    else, is really only about themselves and how they want others to see them.

    Anyone contemplating something as permanent as a tattoo, should try wearing
    a fake tattoo for a good long period of time and they will quickly learn
    they have classified themselves as low life’s and losers whom decent people
    really do not want to associate with, who employers do not want
    representing their businesses; they should try the fake tattoo to learn how
    people begin to treat them differently, and I’m sure in time they’ll never
    regret not getting one, but if you do get one, you will most likely regret
    it for the rest of your life.

    Some say Tattoos on women are sexy. I do understand how a tattoo can
    create in the observer, the impression that the wearer is sexier with the
    tattoo, but that’s only perception, it’s to do with the attraction of the
    forbidden, the wearer is seen as sexually promiscuous, as a result, the
    male or female observer, who was seeking easy gratification, would have
    their sexual instincts ignited by the fact their target had a tattoo, so
    yes, I can understand that misguided view, but once again, in the case of a
    female, it only supports the “Tramp Stamp” view people from all walks of
    life have of tattoos on women.

    It is most obvious, a tattoo is a bad move, if people want to remember a
    loved one, they can have that persons name engraved on a nice piece of
    jewelry, avoiding any risk to their health.

    Above everything, no matter how much people try to deny it, is the negative
    way you will be forever perceived, I mean one day you may wish to be a
    “Clean Skin” to get some great opportunity, or even some respect, and there
    you’ll be, all marked up like a junkie or a criminal, but mostly as a
    mindless sheep, a person who shows poor, long term judgment, not exactly
    the image or the character quality one would need to succeed.

    I’m simply offering food for thought in order to enable people to act by
    being informed, I do not care how many tattoos people choose to have, it’s
    their life and their health, but above all, their happiness they must
    consider for the long term.

    There are huge risks with both tattoo application, and with their removal,
    with the best advice being, do not get them until the health authorities
    approve every aspect of them, especially the industrial inks currently
    being used by all tattoo artists.

    Never penetrate the skin unnecessarily, because to do so is to undergo a
    surgical process and the risk of infection in this day and age, is huge,
    especially when super bugs are considered.

    Only fools inject drugs, so it’s fair to say, similar risks exist with any
    kind of injection, and in the case of a tattoo, thousands upon thousands of
    deep skin injections are involved but instead of injecting an anti biotic,
    they involve industrial inks.

    I’m happy to have done my best to inform. Good luck with whatever way you
    decide to go..

  • Jaime Flor 3 years ago

    I remember talking about getting 1 of those typical tribal band tattoos,
    but they’re so trendy, that I’m glad that I didn’t. I believe in
    impermanence, and tattoos are very permanent, so I’m not sure if I’d be
    happy with any one idea.

  • Dokktar Vakinvsky 3 years ago

    I thought about getting a tattoo of my personal symbol around both of my
    eyes… in red…

  • Grim Reaper 3 years ago

    Tattoos are for those that have never grown out of the preschool mentality.
    That drawing on themselves is cool or fun.

  • Ashley Ellis 3 years ago

    I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with tattoos, but I do
    agree that tattoos that are visible would decrease the chances of you
    getting at least a good and well paid job. Tattoos are a symbol of
    something to someone, yes they’re a statement too, but if they mean
    something to that person, then there’s nothing wrong with it.

    My view is, they’re obviously permanent to a certain degree, because you
    now get the option of removal, although it’s not 100% guaranteed. But only
    get tattoos if they truly mean something to you, there’s nothing worse than
    just getting a random piece of ink that means nothing. I’ve always wanted
    my sleeve done, down to just above my wrist so it could be covered up with
    a shirt if needed, I’ve spent a long time coming up with loads of ideas
    that would completely cover my arm, but so far haven’t thought of enough.
    What I want, and other people should do the same, is to think of tattoo
    ideas which when they’re 90 years old, would make them think, dam, I’m
    still glad I had that done. A tattoo should mean something, not just some
    random shit inked on your body, because by that stage they start becoming

  • yourgirljazzy 3 years ago

    I love facial tats, I’m getting one soon above my eyebrow …. its a
    personal choice…. 

  • swagonwheels 3 years ago

    Are you really willing to risk the following?

    In addition to allergic reactions and the unknown long-term health effects
    from the metal salts and carrier solutions that make up tattoo inks, there
    are other health risks involved. Skin infections, psoriasis, dermatitis and
    other chronic skin conditions, and cancerous tumors (both benign, and
    malignant) have all been associated with tattoos. Due to the use of needles
    in tattoo application, there is also the risk of contracting infectious
    diseases such as tetanus, herpes simplex virus, staph, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis
    B and C, and even Syphilis. And those with tattoos might not be able to get
    a life-saving MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) test if they need one—some
    hospitals and testing locations will refuse to do an MRI on people with
    body tattoos due to the metal particles in the tattoo, which may cause a
    burning pain during the test.10

    If you plan on having your tattoo removed, you should be aware that some of
    the pigments used (especially Yellow #7) are phototoxic and may break down
    into toxic chemicals in the body when removed with UV light or laser,
    common techniques used in tattoo removal. The toxic end-products eventually
    wind up in the kidneys and liver, adding to your total body burden.5

    Think for yourself.
    In an ideal world, the ‘trade secrets’ clause that allows companies to put
    profit over public health would be disallowed for all products used
    topically, transdermally, or ingested into our bodies. However, in the
    absence of federal regulation to protect the consumer from unqualified
    tattoo artists, unhygienic tools and application methods, and highly toxic
    inks, the best advice for the youth of today is abstinence from tattoos. At
    the very least, one should find out if their state has any regulations on
    tattoo inks, and always ask to see the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
    for any pigment or carrier used to see basic health and safety information
    for the ingredients involved. Skin tests should be performed prior to
    tattoo application to see if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
    Although certain tattoo ink ingredients may be plant-based or otherwise
    considered safe and non-toxic, the truth is that no long-term studies have
    been performed confirming that they are safe to inject as a permanent
    cosmetic. Bottom line: don’t trust the government, tattoo ink
    manufacturers, or tattoo artists to give you accurate and complete
    information on the toxicity of the pigments and dyes being used—at least
    not just yet.

  • yourgirljazzy 3 years ago

    I love facial tats, I’m getting one soon above my eyebrow …. its a
    personal choice…. 

  • keeva2007 3 years ago

    just immagine growing old and all that art turning to mush…then everyones
    gonna look at ya as some weird old person

  • Dakota Olsen 3 years ago

    lol i hate people like this woman so much. just because you don’t
    understand something doesn’t make it stupid. 

  • Dimitris M Papadakis 3 years ago

    The ultimate declaration of mental masturbation….

    All justifications in favor of such garbage habits will center around the
    triptych: individuality, relativism, live (in) the moment.

    Try to rebut me without trespassing on one of these… Oh, and why are
    these three the cancer of today’s society?…. Well, you should start
    thinking instead of regurgitating like a little parrot that “it’s good and
    wonderful because it’s my personal choice and I love it”…

    If today’s people learnt to sift through the bad and the good, humanity
    would improve not just in science but in civilization, also. There is
    objectivity EVERYWHERE. you have been taught that everything is subjective,
    but you never ask “WHY”.

  • Robert Williams 3 years ago

    There is a point when tattooing becomes disfiguring. I’m not going to dance
    around it, the face is the point! Although, I don’t dislike most people
    with tattoos because more people with tattoos aren’t stupid enough to get
    one on the face.

  • Efflorescentey 3 years ago

    No matter how much you love tattoos, never get visible ones. Tattoos all
    over you mean you’re either a tattoo artist or a musician.

    Ones that can be hidden easily are cool though

  • turtlewax3585 3 years ago

    fuck i hate this girl

  • Elisabeth KittyLove 3 years ago

    Tattoos are kinda like makeup but tattoos are permanent. Like really
    people? People can do whatever they want to their OWN body!!!

  • fumpupuffy 3 years ago

    People who have tattoos are disgusting and immoral.

  • Steve Nutter 3 years ago

    Her consistent choice of the word “stupid” really makes her sound like an
    ass. Assy McGee everyone!

  • Alexander Poznyakov 3 years ago

    i am a tattooer, but face tattoo not for me. and lots of profesional
    artists refuse tattoo on face of their clients

  • imortalones 3 years ago

    ooh id have to pay some attention to a girl who would put my name on her
    face.. or even like her neck no doubt about that. obviously not
    everything.Also that vsing a ring pfff ring means nothing.

  • Barry Clayton 3 years ago

    I have tatts on my arms not sure if i would do my face but you have to look
    at it from others point of view, some hate tatts, some love them, i look at
    it like this some light a cigaret up suck the smoke into your lungs, pay to
    do it, it cost a lot and kills you, i hate that, you hate tatts, were not
    all the same.

  • Aaron Luthi 3 years ago

    she so pretty and now her face is ruined for life

  • Joey Dunsey 3 years ago

    If it makes you feel beautiful & happy. Then who cares. Even like the woman
    said, theres no psychy to someone being mentally ill if they have extreme
    tattoos. I have a large portion of my body tattooed. Including my entire
    neck, throat, hands, & some of my face. It’s turned me into a much
    healthier & confident person. I feel the ease to smile more because I feel
    like I have such incredible art to show the world. I never thought I was
    horrendous looking. But I do feel that I love the person I am, more now.
    This is because I’m able to express things in ways I couldn’t with
    possible words or just simple statements. I’m proud of the person I have
    become, it may have created a more challenging lifestyle for me. Just
    because of the world we live in. But I love working hard, showing people
    that I have a good moral character. It’s nice to know that when I
    accomplish things, or divulge myself into different aspects of life. It may
    have taken some extra stride and ambition. I think this woman tackled the
    subject without offending anyone. This is a nice video being respectful to
    both peoples opinions on the matter. I wish that there was more like this
    out there.

  • R Hettinger 3 years ago

    I adore tattoos I’m planning on getting most of my body done, I’m super
    excited about it!

  • Sara Forcey 3 years ago

    I love DNews 🙂 so interesting!

  • CrimsonNorway 3 years ago

    I try my hardest not to judge people who I don’t know. I once worked in a
    greengrocer’s and served a guy with a lot of tattoos on his face. It took
    me aback when I saw him, probably because I wasn’t really expecting it
    (usually we’d have relatively “smartly” dressed customers, especially the
    elderly). It made me wonder what his every day life must be like- if it
    surprised me (somebody who doesn’t like to/or often judge), how would
    somebody else react to it? For this reason I’m sure it would be difficult
    to have any sort of job in service/commerce… so in my opinion I don’t
    think that facial tattoos are a sensible thing to have.

    I for one would love to have a tattoo (on a more discreet place), if it
    weren’t for my worry that I’d not like it/feel embarrassed about it when
    I’m older. 

  • Alexander Soto 3 years ago

    i have tattooed my face, i love all my tatts

  • Jarrad Brown 3 years ago

    fuck you bitch tattoos are awesome 

  • arashi tobi 3 years ago

    i think that its ok if it isnt too glamorus like mike tysons tatoo is ok a
    small tear drop is ok but 5 inch tatoos of your partners name on your face
    is too much what if it dosnt work out you dumbasses

  • Rupak Rana 3 years ago

    She abused tattoos too much. …. dislike

  • tahi laci 3 years ago

    Call me prejudiced, but I’m suspicious about anyone who goes out of his way
    to look like a criminal even if he did nothing wrong yet.

  • Kushtrim Hyseni 3 years ago

    She is so fucking annoying.. and im only 10 sec in the video..

  • Dustin Osborne 3 years ago

    nothing says i love you like giving your babe a facial……………..

  • amanda koenig 3 years ago

    Lol I find it funny that im in the video and had no idea till someone
    tagged me on instagram! id like to kno where you got the pic of me. But
    anyways I think some face tattoos are sweet mine is hard to see when my
    hairs down but id do it again for sure. And I also love how she doesnt talk
    about the love of art and that ppl have stories and reasons for getting
    things. Tattoo can b beautiful pieces of artwork but who cares if other ppl
    have face tattoos its no ones buisness but their own ! If its not you who
    cares what people do to their bodies. We dont judge other ppl for not
    having tattoos so why judge us for having them right 🙂 just be your self!

  • Rosária Ferreira 3 years ago

    This bitch scares me with her pig face

  • MrPhantomxPhantom 3 years ago

    lose some weight fattie you look like a cow. Moooo Bessie Moooo.

  • seanito041310 3 years ago

    Some People just love tattoos,don’t mean you’re fucked up in the head, I
    hate stuck up people like her

  • alfred gil 3 years ago

    Im in love with her <3

  • Chris Carlton 3 years ago

    95% of my face is tattooed. I did it more or less to keep people at a
    distance, also growing up I always had issues with the way I looked, always
    felt like I didnt fit in or wasnt good looking enough for anyone. Now
    instead of people looking at me, they’re looking at my tattoos. And if
    someone takes the time to get to know me and look past the tattoos then I
    know they are probably more genuine than the rest, and deserve my

  • Stormey roth 3 years ago

    what is wrong with a small star on ur sholder huh? im not getting one but
    still what would be wrong with it

  • tahi laci 3 years ago

    It’s always funny when people naturally break up with name of their ex
    tatooed on them, but it will be hilarious when the couple in the video
    brakes up.

  • ownzzyou1 3 years ago

    do a little bit of research next time it might help you understand that
    about 95-99%of tattoo ink is completely organic coming from natural plants
    and as well as yes there is health risks but that shouldn’t detour someone
    from going to a clean shop unless your doing it inside your own household
    without the proper gear or using needles twice

  • Sam Tran 3 years ago

    I will never have a tattoos

  • Schutz Wolfe 3 years ago

    Because everyone thinks she’s ugly, this is a good picture of Lesya (the
    Russian girl). No matter how much you hate how it looks, you can’t deny the
    linework is clean, and that he knew what he was doing. If it was a mistake,
    it’s a very beautiful one.

  • TheCheungDan 3 years ago


  • rogantu 3 years ago

    remember that getting tattoos can be addicting so someone looking for just
    1-3 could end up with very many.