Times have changed. Past generations saw tattoos as a sign of rebellion and crime. Today it’s not unusual to see cute grandmas, lawyers, doctors, cheerleaders, and teachers, proudly donning their ink.
Although tattoos have been around since the beginning of time. Samoan, Tahitian, Japanese, African, and Cambodian, among many others have inked their bodies as a cultural form of expression, social standing, and initiation.
This video has surfaced from China.
A woman with a stunning partial leg tattoo went to a tattoo parlour to get her left arm done.
It’s not clear what the new tattoo was supposed to be, but her artist was focused on his task.
Tattoos in China have grown in popularity in the last 20 years.