As a women who has tattoo, I love my tattoos. I carefully picked what i wanted my body to be tattooed with, knowing very well that they would be there forever. Every single tattoo I have means something for me. Either reminds me of an experience, emotion, memory of somebody, they make me who I am. I am happy with my choices, and I think they are the best accessories my body can ask for. I admire the artwork that other women put on their bodies as well.
We are beautiful, and we are JUST as entitled to have tattoos as men are. Regardless of their design and apperenece. Own it. Love it. Be proud of it.
My tattoos. – First of all, can you say they don’t look hot? I feel like a goddess every time I look at my tattoos. I try my best to wear them beautifully and to be an exemplary figure for everyone. Personally, I would like to have more tattoos and I might just do something about it. My skin. My tattoos.
Megan Fox – This is a woman who wears her tattoos proudly. They are almost never photoshopped out when she’s on magazine covers or in ad campaigns. Which is saying something, because having tattoos in the modelling industry is usually seen as a downside, and the fact that they don’t retouch them when she’s on the covers of major magazines is pretty powerful. Her tattoos are prominent, and she is proud.
Angelina Jolie – We’ve seen Angelina Jolie transform, and she’s always been an icon. Through every stage of her life, whether actress, model, or mother, she has shown off her jaw dropping tattoos. I love how she’s refuting the idea that you can’t play those roles while having tattoos. I know women who think tattoos are fine, until that woman becomes a mother. Then suddenly it needs to be something shameful? No.
Rihanna – Ri Ri is COVERED in tattoos. And I LOVE IT. This woman can pull off any look. She is sexy, she is confident, and she is inked. Just like all of us should be.
Ruby Rose – As someone who has never seen Orange is the New Black, I can’t personally attest to her being a major woman crush. However, I pay enough attention to social media to know that Ruby Rose is considered a goddess and her tattoos deserve recognition.
These are only a mere few of the amazing women around the world who have tattoos.
I sometimes can’t believe the negative attitude toward some women’s tattoos. Our body is ours. We can do what we choose; what you think is beautiful. Tattoos are a piece of art, and if a woman wants to express herself with one, then we should celebrate it, not scorn it.