How Far is Too Far?
I don’t know how many of you guys have seen this already, but there’s a photo doing the rounds online of a girl’s new tattoo on her face. The girl, whose name is Lesya, has a new tattoo of her boyfriend’s name- on her face! All over it! Have a look:
Word on the street is that this is a tattoo which says ‘Rouslan’, which is her boyfriend’s name. Funnily enough, Rouslan did the tattoo, too! It’s been a bit of a topic of conversation for a few reasons. Obviously, people are shocked that it’s on her face, or because it’s her boyfriend’s name, or whatever. Everyone’s found some problem with it.
While I don’t really dig hating on other people’s tattoo choices, you can’t help but wonder when it’s too much, though. It wasn’t that long ago that most tattooers wouldn’t ever do this to a customer unless they knew them, and knew they could handle it. Now, it isn’t really seen as a huge deal to some people. Why is that?
Should tattooers be responsible for this type of tattoo, or should it be a case where if you’re old enough for a tattoo, you’re old enough to make your own choices? Personally, I think there has to be some degree of responsibility on both sides. I know plenty of tattooers who will tell their potential customers what works and what doesn’t, even if it means they’ll end up walking out without a tattoo. We need more tattooers like this, I think!
Really, I don’t want to say too much today because I’m really interested in your thoughts. What do you think of this whole thing, and other tattoos like it? What is ‘too far’? Hit me up in the comments section below.