"Tattoos have life, and they speak when you look at them.
She feels strongly about what she has tattooed on her skin - they are constant reminders of an important time in her life"-Ashley Duvan.
For someone who’s fortunate enough to be in the presence of a woman who’s tattoos are full of tantalizing tales, it won’t take long to find out she’s much more than bonfire entertainment.
This point is what separates the girls who have ink from the women who wear tattoos.
These ten reasons apply to the inked up ladies who know how to work it even on a bad day.
Just like many tattooed men, she has no problem committing to the lifelong promise of having some skin art, which probably means she is committed in other ways too. The mystery about a tattooed woman is bound to leave a mark, on the heart for sure but also scratch marks on your back and bite marks on your shoulder. Not necessarily, it's more about knowing that you are one and never really voicing it because there's no need. Whatever someone thinks about her and her tattoos doesn't matter; the ink is hers and hers alone.
Of those 40%, almost half have more than one tattoo. These ladies usually aren’t afraid to commit to one thing and stick to it. then mayyybe that’s a different story.) They live life on their own terms. They’re confident in who they are and aren’t afraid to really show it. Tattooed and modified ladies are normally accepting of all looks and body types because they understand what it’s like to want to look different than the norm.
While still not the norm, tattoos are now more accessible and commonplace than ever. These ladies have sometimes withstood hours and hours of a needle dragging across their skin. Counting and asking about all of the hidden ones under the sheets makes for some really great pillow talk (And 70% of millennials with tattoos report that their work is hidden under their clothes). They’re open-minded and unabashed about their life and bodies.
A lady has class and confidence, she simply carries herself with dignity no matter what physical stereotypes she fits into.
The best tattoos are just like the best clothes it should be about the ones you wear, not the ones that wear you.