I don't think I could handle getting tattoos on more sensitive areas, I'm a real wuss like that, but I would very much like at least something.
A LOT of people get tattoos and don't have the slightest hint of a criminal history, just like a great many other body modifications, from piercings to scarification don't inherently link to an unsavory character or history.
And really, would someone who has a rainbow or cute furry animal tattoo REALLY be reasonably labeled as a criminal on-sight? They might not last long in jail because of the tattoos, which would give incentive for them to abide the law even more.
Just food for thought, you know?
well when you go get it dont ask if they charge extra for colored ink because most artist dont charge extra but if your willing to ask they are willing to charge.
I'd also like a Storm Trooper helmet on one of my shoulder blades.
Iam neither criminal nor am i uninformed.
Everytime i see a post or have a conversation about tattoos,it's the same old story....
As stated in above posts.
As for asking for "extra ink" for one you should'nt need extra ink. For two a true artist,meaning one that works or owns their own shop will not charge extra for touch-ups.
And if you are starting out to be an artist...great i hope you succeed at it.
But,please for the love of god,tell me you know what an autoclave and a statim is.
If you don't get out of the business.
long sleeved shirt interviews. And after the hire you, you can't be fired for having a tattoo. Usually.
And it shouldn't matter, as long as it doesn't have anything to do with death or satanism or something. Like mine will
Not that much though. For a public school teacher though, they might ask you about it and require you to cover it up with proper clothing if they hire you (and having it on your bicep or tricep makes it fairly easy to cover-up with a formal long sleeve shirt). Tattoo on that part of your body shouldn't be a huge deal breaker for most people.