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Tattoos
olympic tattoos
Blacklight Tattoos
No Regrets
No Regrets
No Regrets
Blacklight Tattoos
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo Festival
Tattoo artists once used rakes and chisels before applying pigment to the skin. Fortunately, times have changed. Sterile instruments and years of apprenticeship have improved safety. Artists usually begin the process with a sketch or an outline, applying that template to the skin. They then work the needle and ink with diligence and care for hours at a time. The sensation, clients report, is similar to a bee sting, a slight tickling or a sunburn. (Nathan ONeal/ABC News on Campus)
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