The other day I saw a tattoo on someone’s arm that said “remove me”…it’s amazing that once tattoos were rare…nowadays tattoos have gone mainstream…and have lost their cool…the industry to remove them is buoyant…many are regretting their ink!
How do you know that many are regretting their ink? Have you taken a survey with a large sample? I am pretty sure your assertion that many people want to remove their tats is as accurate as the polls that told us that Hilary Clinton was going to be our president. In any case, they look cool on her.
I disagree . She’s a lovely woman , that makes her special. The tattoos do not make one unique in this day when so many have them. Having no tattoos actually makes you unique and let’s your true self come through .
Discretion and a little mystery is always a welcome statement. No need to
reveal all to the world.
Tattoos do not make you unique, and they do not make you mainstream. It is a case by case thing. In her case, i agree that they very nicely fit her personality, and looking at her smile and rolled up sleeve, SHE certainly likes having them. Not sure what it matters if YOU like them. If you don’t like them, don’t get them. No reason to talk about it.
Why did u simply come out and be so uncouth and point out and mention her tattoos are ugly. If you don’t like tattoos fine. Some things are just left best unsaid !!! Anyways I think she is a wonderful looking woman.
Beautiful woman, cute 40′s work outfit, ugly tats.
Every toothless drunk out in front of our 7/11, every young person in my yoga classes, every other person of all ages has tats. Blurry, stupid blobs you wouldn’t put on your kitchen wall.
The wonderful thing about clothes and hair is that you can always change them. Tats are over, long ago.
There’s not a hint of what her teeth look like in the photo, and yet many people above have commented about her great smile.
Great teeth, missing teeth, crooked teeth or no visible teeth as in this photo……it’s still true that a great smile is the least expensive and most effective accessory for anyone in any walk of life, rich or poor.
“Very often the essential is weightless. A smile is often the most essential thing. One is repaid by a smile. One is rewarded by a smile. One is animated by a smile. And the quality of a smile can make you die of it.” Antoine de St-Exupery
I knew their would be an uproar over these Tattoos..
This women’s style is great, and the tattooed sleeve just makes you look at her
at a different angle. She is wearing a pretty denim dress, paired with a vintage head
scarf, but the tattoos give this look another dimension, and set’s her apart from the pack.
I also love the juxtaposition of her angelic smile and jail bird tattoos.
I read confidence in this lady! The conversation is a review on her tattoos. I see a strong, confident, stylish lady who gives zero f***s whether any of us like her tattoos Its the juxtaposition of her beauty x edge x style which makes her interesting.
So unique, so individualized, so bohemian Another lunatic with scarification rivalling a Maori warrioress. Have fun looking at your self you should have your head examined. Oh, love the Aunt Jemima look or is it a snood.?