Permanent accessory

@leateagee (3667)
China
August 19, 2008 12:21pm CST
We accessorized our body to express our mood and to show to people that we look great or that these things look great on us. There are many forms or ways on how to accessorize our body. Mostly we dress the way we feel and expresses our mood and feelings with it. There is one accessory that even from our dear ancestors were already been using and patronized. This is the permanent human art "TATTOO". There are pros and cons of course for this matter. We can say that tattoos are permanent jewelry since it is painted in our body. PROS: It is a form of expression and a human art. It also has served to be an incredible make-up that enhances our eyebrows and lips. CONS: One form of expressing through tattoo is having the name of your love be engraved in your body and when you broke u ... you'll have to spend big money again just to have it removed. Another is that most company don't accept people with tattoos. What about you What is you opinion about this matter? Have a great day mylotters! Take care
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@currykai (427)
• Malaysia
20 Aug 08
I have nothing against anyone or friends with TATTOO but I cant bear to have it on myself. I think is really cool and defining your own character but whenever I imagine myself gets older around 50+, I am not sure how good looking am I with the tattoo then. The pain is not the main factor for me but is the permanent mark that i feel is a bit put off for me. However, I always go for some temporary tattoo where I could remove them and the purpose is just for fashion..
19 Aug 08
Hi leateagee, My friend has tatto of a snake ond her arm and it does look good but I don't have on me as I'm to scared to have it done, I don't mind people have tattoos on themselves but I don't like it if they have it all over their body. Tamara
• India
19 Aug 08
thnx for telling all these things...........
@eden32 (3975)
• United States
19 Aug 08
My partner is a tattoo artist. I've seen many beautiful, original pieces and I've seen ones that leave me scratching my head wondering what the person was thinking. But beauty is in the eye of the beholder and who am I to say that their crappy tattoo is crap. I have one. I think less is more, and this will probably be the only one I ever get. My eldest son on the other hand loves them, and at 19 he already has about a dozen. So long as your an adult, and you weigh out the pros & cons for yourself, I feel it's your body & you should do what you wish with it.