Thursday, March 10, 2016

Think Before You're Inked

This book is a guide to  help explain everything you need to know about getting a tattoo. Available on Amazon. 

Tattoos are among the most popular forms of self expression today. If you do not have a tattoo yet but have thought of it as many have taking the plunge can be a scary prospect lets face it getting a tattoo is surrounded by mystery.

 Think Before You're Inked is available on Amazon, CLICK HERE

Think before your inked dispels much of the mystery surrounding getting a tattoo so you can feel more comfortable and confident getting one.  
Cherie is a Tattoo Artists with a background education in art and design, who has been tattooing since 2002. As a tattoo professional she is often asked questions about getting a tattoo by the timid, the nervous and the just plain curious. 

Think Before You're Inked answers these questions. 

Cherie deals with the issues surrounding getting inked as simply as possible, and answers all the common questions including: 
"Does it Hurt?" 
"I want a tattoo but I don't know what I want how do I decide?" 
"How do I find a good tattoo artist?"  
"How much does a tattoo cost?"  
"My tattoo looks bad what can I do?" 
"How do I look after my tattoo?" 
"How is a tattoo done?" 

In her shop they do at least 2 cover up tattoos or tattoo rescues a week and often many more than that. There are a lot of people that have tattoos they are not happy with, this book is designed to help you avoid being one of these people. Think Before You’re Inked covers everything you need to know about the tattoo journey from the beginning to the end, so you can be safe and get the best tattoo possible.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Semicolon Tattoo Meaning

; Semicolon tattoos are a symbol of hope.
; People all over the world tattoo the mark as a reminder of their struggle, victory, and survival.
; A semicolon tattoo helps people talk more openly about depression

; By writing a semicolon on your wrist, you are making a promise to yourself that it is ok to reach out and seek for help… stand up for you or anyone you know who has depression, anxiety, has self harmed or has contemplated suicide and help our peers, our friends and our family know that we speak up for them and that we stand up against Mental Health and the stigma that’s attached to it.
; The semicolon is an important piece of punctuation and is a perfect symbol for those who are struggling.  
“A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life.” ~Amy Bluel~