"It's better to burn out than fade away ~k.c." cvchic13
Desolation Row, United States
Joined: Feb 2005
|I am posting this picture in my journal because for some reason, I can't upload it at school. It says that the web content is blocked or some s*** and it really pisses me off So I guess the second best thing would be to post it in my journal, though I wanted it as my avvy. |
You can't really see the detail well because of the fact that it is still healing, but you can see it for the most part. I was kind of leary of getting it on my foot and there was a reason I should be: it was so incredibly painful. I've heard that when you get a tattoo, after a while the skin becomes numb and you can hardly feel anything. That didn't happen. I could feel it the whole time and I was biting my lip to keep from screaming. It felt like someone was taking a rusty, sharp needled and stabbing the flesh of my foot a million times.
The coloring was worse, though. That felt like my skin was being ripped off with that same rusty, sharp needle. Needless to say, it was a very excruciating experience, but well worth it. Now I have my daughter's name on me forever and it's in a nice place because I can easily hide it when I get a job in the profession I'm working towards in college.
I look forward to getting more tattoos and of course piercings. I can't wait
In case it is hard to see, there is a hot pink outline of my daughter's name, as well as around the hearts and the chain. There is also a neon yellow shine on the inside of the heart that you can't see too well, as my blood has turned it red
|Nice tat! Next time get the tattoo in an area farther away from your bones. Somewhere where there's more meat so to say. That's the reason it hurt so much.|
Nice tat! Next time get the tattoo in an area farther away from your bones. Somewhere where there's more meat so to say. That's the reason it hurt so much.