On Friday 3 May I celebrated my 18th birthday and the very next day I ordered my long awaited gift: my very first tattoo!
For those who have commented on my birthday post, I thank you all so much for your wishes and I’m sorry if I didn’t reply to any of you, but there are actually like 30 comments and I wouldn’t write ‘Thank you’ 30 times, although I thank you 1000 times! 🙂
Then, some of you have asked the very frequently asked question when someone gets a tattoo, especially for the first time: did it hurt?
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Getting a tattoo can be a very exciting experience. You may wish to get one to remember someone special in your life or just a special moment in your lifetime. One of the hard parts of getting a tattoo is getting the money together. Some tattoos can cost a pretty penny to have done. The more elaborate and detailed, the more expensive it will be. Whether you get a Kits de Tatuaje or you stop by your local shop, here are seven ways you can save money for your next tattoo adventure.
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Requested by my fellow readers, I’m going to show you my “dream” tattoo, just that it’s not really a dream, but reality: i.e. I’m REALLY going to get my right shoulder (classic place uh? but perfect one for the 1st time :)) tattoed!
Why get a tattoo?
Because of Dan Brown! Yep, that’s his fault 🙂 He’s published The Last Symbol – his latest book – and in it the villain is a lover of tattoos and Dan Brown therefore describes tattooing as a genuine wonderful awesome art… as in fact it IS art! Not only something to show off or to scare or to intimidate (these 3 reasons are very bad ones – if these are the goals you want to reach in getting a tattoo… well you don’t deserve one).
So here’s my tattoo design:
I was inspired by Celtic patterns (google ’em for more info ^^) as I’m very interested in the old religion (now called Wiccan religion), legends and myths… especially surrounding Ireland and Britain, i.e. like Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table 😀 Love to discover and read all of these.
The star is mainly called a pentacle – a very important symbol (for the good) in the old religion.
I hope the photos aren’t too dark and that my drawing (trials to imitate) is not that bad… Of course the tattoo designer will make it more perfect 😉