posted on May, 3 2007 @ 09:05 AM
You have to use some serious sunblock on them, and they stay pretty crisp if you take proper care.
But getting someone's name is not bright -- no relationship lasts forever (unless you get your kids or your parents or something). I wouldn't get a
facial, neck, or back of the hand tattoo because I'm probably going to be going to family court with my abusive ex for years to come, but anything
else goes, as far as I'm concerned.
The most interesting tattoo I've ever seen made me stop and walk back for a second look, nay, an ogle.
I was cruising down Market Street in SF and passed a laundromat. A skinhead was sitting in the window reading a magazine. He had a perfect bullethole
tattooed on his head. Looked so real! It was oozing "blood" and some "brains". It was very in your face, but he could always grow his hair out and
cover it up. It was an amazing piece of work and one that I would never contemplate for myself. The closer bone is to the surface of the skin being
worked on, the more painful, and head wounds bleed like crazy.