- Don't Wait
Most Helpful Guy
When I was a little kid, I asked my much older cousin why he had a tattoo of John Lennon's "Immagine" drawing instead of something cooler like a skull.
He told me that the thing to remember with tattoos is: Whatever you think is cool when you're 20 years old, might not be so cool when you're 80.
That's my advice to you. THINK about what you're getting.
More importantly, think about WHERE you're getting your tattoo. I once met a kid with FTW tattooed on his cheek. Nobody is going to hire some punk kid with a Fuck The World tattoo on his face.
All 8 tattoos on my arms can be covered by long sleeves and the lowest one is still 3" above my wrist.
I also have the Pittsburgh STEELERS logo tattooed on my right calf muscle. My job requires me to wear long pants. Even in the desert heat.
Nobody in my industry cares about my arm tattoos. I wear short sleeves at work. I have a flaming Chevy bowtie on the inside of my right bicep, the new CAMARO lettering in flames on my right tricep. I have a Treble Clef on my right inner forearm and "Rock N Roll" on my right outter forearm.
My left outter forearm says Lucky 13. The inner forearm has a skull with a snake for a tongue that wraps around behind it like The Dark Mark from Harry Potter. I just thought it was cool as fuck. I've got a massive demon face with horns and blood on the teeth covering the whole top of my left forearm, and the underside of my left forearm is a tribal design.
If I was thinking about what I was doing, I would have gotten all of my arm work done as sleeves. My left arm below the elbow will eventually be all horror tattoos with tribals mixed in. Above the left elbow will be biomechanical but not the retarded gears and cogs visible through torn skin. It will be all car parts.
My right arm above the elbow will be all Chevrolet performance. And below the elbow will be Rock N Roll and guitar designs cause I play Rock guitar.
I want a bunch more on my front, back, and sides. No more legs.
Most Helpful Girl
In most country, you have to be 18 to get a tattoo and there's a reason for it. If a tattoo artist accept minor, he's not professional. Two years is nothing.