- 2019-03-22 19:45:41Z
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"She got popped."
The Swedish body modification artist claims the procedure won't make people deaf.
But he's still having trouble with the ponytail, which he describes as a "nightmare."
Bonus: It leaves your skin looking radiant, too.
But he's still having trouble with the ponytail, which he describes as a 'nightmare.'
The tattoos that people get are as nuanced as the skin they live on - but what about the people behind the needles? As tattoo artists become forces of their own (thanks to social media and celebrity clientele), there's an obvious lack of Black artists at the forefront. There are plenty of Black artists trailblazing in the tattoo industry, specializing in a variety of artful techniques.
Dermatologists love it, too.