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Sarah Hyland and her best friend just debuted matching butt tattoos – HelloGiggles09.05.17

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Tattoo a heart on your sleeve, for mental health – SMH.com.au09.05.17

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‘Black sheep’ barber from Cork celebrates multiple global hairdressing awards – Irish Examiner09.05.17

A Cork barber is over the moon after winning awards at some of the worlds biggest hairdressing competitions, writes Denise ODonoghue.

Paul Mac, who is based on Paul Street in Cork city, recently won an award in the US, where he was the only finalist from Ireland.

He will travel to Paris later this month to collect his latest award, bringing to three the number of world titles with which he has been honoured, having won his first global award in Lisbon three years ago.

“I am from a small place in West Cork called Ahiohill, definitely not a common career for a lad down these parts. Id definitely be the black sheep,” Paul said.

“My two winning looks were a total contrast. The first, which won me the OMC Hairworld World Best Barber Cut was an old school rockabilly greaser look inspired by Johnny Depp in Baby Cry. It was shot in my new shop, Paul Mac Special Hair, which also won me Best Classic Barber Image and Irish Barber of the Year at the Irish Hair Photographic Awards back in June.

Photographer:Kest Model – Conor Morley

“The second award, Behind the Chair Hot Shot Hair Tattoo Shot is from my STARR-BOI Collection, which is a futuristic collection and was a finalist for Irish Artistic Team of the Year, the first ever for a barbershop and my first time ever using two female models in that collection.

Photographer: Dark Hearts. Model:Viki Burke.MUA: Nicole Lynch

“For it to win in Texas from 215,000 entrants in all categories and 600,000 votes worldwide was amazing. I was Irelands first winner of the competition and to be hanging around for the week backstage and sitting side-by-side with Kim Kardashians hairstylist, Philip Wolff, was very surreal.”

Paul will collect another prize in Paris later this month.

“I will be receiving the OMC Hairworld World Best Barber Cut Presidents Award in Paris in two weeks as part of Hairdressing Councils Team Ireland.”

Paul, who has been a barber for 14 years, says he spent time honing his craft before he began entering competitions.

“I dedicated my life to upskilling, creating a brand, my own unique style. I wanted my work to inspire. Ive always said Id rather be Marmite than vanilla.

Paul collecting his award in Texas

“I then spent two-and-a-half years entering every competition there was, but fail after fail. I was coming home empty handed, often not even placing [in the] top 10.

“I was told my new style was too crazy. Crowds loved them but judges set in their ways hated them. Most people told me to tone it down, I had to go more commercial to succeed, or quit competing and concentrate on editorial, but this only spurred me on more.

“A handful of mentors told me to stick to my gut stay true and in time Id win the industry around. It was bloody tough and a financial nightmare, but I never stopped believing, even when many laughed in my face. I knew one day Id turn it round. I think its a Cork thing, they dont call us the Rebel county for nothing.

“After watching the worlds best up close and personal the last week it only drives me on more to succeed and keep learning my craft and progressing. Ive had more knock backs than successes in my 14-year career. Lifes a marathon, not a sprint.

“For years I had people grind me down, that I had no chance, that I was nothing special, only a little barber from Cork. But I never gave up dreaming.”

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Paris Jackson’s New Killer Tattoo: Beautiful Chest And Belly Designs For Those Inspired By The Look – HuffPost UK09.05.17

But now Jackson has triggered the internet for something a little more… playful.

The 19-year-old got new tattoos of religious symbols descending in a straight line from her chest to her belly button and shared the look with her fans on Instagram.

Anthony Harvey via Getty Images

Jackson isnt the only star who is partial to a bit of chest ink. Rapper and actress Eve is also known for having two little paws on her chest, an image synonymous with her sassy stage persona.

If Jacksons snap has inspired you to consider a similar inking, here are a few of our favourite designs from social media to inspire you:

And we couldnt resist sharing some with the same idea, only down the back:

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Tat-Tuesday: Students share stories behind their ink – UT The Daily Texan09.05.17

Editors note: Tat-Tuesday is a weekly series that features students around campus and their tattoos.

Karen Dabroi

Using a sewing needle taped to a pencil, visual arts studies sophomore Karen Dabroi started DIY tattoos when she was 16. Though many students seekout professional tattoo artists with detailed designs, some do it themselves.

I thought it was cool, but that took a long time, Dabroi said. So I got just tattoo needles (and) ink from an art store.

Without the expensive tools used by professional artists, Dabroi has to figure out which designs can be visually appealing but still easily drawn with herstick-and-poke system. She is left with basic shapes tattooed across her body, but for Dabroi, each tattoo is a reflection of her in that stage of life.

I used to like self-harm a little bit, Dabroi said. Its the same effect, you know poking yourself but its kind of constructive, its an outlet for emotions. Its whatever comes to mind, whatever you see, interpret as you wish.

Ben Hsi

The meaning of the beautiful tattoo that adorns the upper arm of UT alumnus Ben His is missed by most Americans. The design is a stylized poemthats been in his familyfor generations.

Its been around for, I dont know, a hundred years, Hsi said. The meaning is essentially Have good values, pass them on and your family will beblessed. Each character represents what generation you are within the Hsi family.

Hsis immediate family first moved to America in 1979, two years before his birth. Though the distance prevents Hsi from keeping a close relationshipwith his distant family, he said the tattoo serves as a connection to them.

It reminds me of what my grandparents went through, Hsi said. Our family may be in different places, but they crossed different cultures and places across the world just to give us a better life.

Regina Balmaceda

English freshman Regina Balmaceda has never lived near mountains, but her special connection to them led her to get the simple yet stylish tattoo onher thigh.

Every time Ive gone (to a mountainous area) I feel invigorated, Balmaceda said. I use (the tattoo) to remind myself of the invigoration I feel. Theenergy feels very natural, very primal.

Balmaceda did not grow up with this passion for mountainous regions, finally developing it during a profound moment in the peaks of Wyoming.

I remember I would be hiking and I would just stop and breathe in, Balmaceda said. I felt stronger. Thats where I feel alive. Even though I might change, that feeling wont. Its always going to remind me of what that felt like.

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Scented tattoos are a thing and we are very intrigued – Her.ie09.05.17

Bittaparsley anyone?

There are plenty of non-conventional tattoo trends doing the rounds these days.

From watercolour ink to glow-in-the-dark designs, the humble tattoo is not what it used to be.

We’re (mostly) enthralled by the clever and creative ways that people have been deciding to decorate their bodies, but now, there’s a new kind of tattoo trend that we really weren’t expecting to take off.

Not only can you ink yourself up to add a bit of colourto your skin, but as it turns out, you can also add smells too.

Or rather, the guys over at Tattly can.

The temporary tattoo company are busy designing tattoos that are stunningly beautiful that also smell like your fav herbs and flowers.

Fancy a bit of parsley on your shoulder? No bother, Tattly’s got the design just for you.

Think a hit of a strawberry scented lollipop would brighten up your day? It absolutely would so stick it on your thigh ASAP.

Unlike regular tattoos, Tattly’s designs aren’t permanent which means that everyone from kids to people who don’t really want to smell like thyme for the rest of their lives can avail of them.

According to their website, all of the tattoos are safe and non-toxic.

Designed primarily by French artist Vincent Jeannerot, they transfera “sensibility and emotion which he feels when he paints the tiny details or a delicate shadow.”

Sounds decent to us.

Tattly’s scented tattoos come in sets of two of eight and are all printed using vegetable based ink.

Jeannerot’s latest set of perennialfloral themed tatts will set you back about 15 quid for a pack of eight, which isn’t bad for a solid two to four days of smelling like roses.

Images via Tattly.

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‘Hand and neck tattoos can have a serious impact on your professional life’ – Galway tattoo artist – Independent.ie09.05.17

Gordon Carney, owner of G’s Tattoos, on Shop Street in Galway City, told Independent.ie that he will not give someone their first tattoo on a body part that is easily visible as it’s an issue of ethics.

“We get a lot of people who come in for their first tattoo and they might want it somewhere very visible. We just send them away. It’s because of ethics and a duty of care as well. We don’t want to give the tattoo industry a bad reputation and if we give people tattoos like that straight away, we will,” he said.

The tattoo artist, who is originally from Dublin, added that having a tattoo on a body part that is hard to conceal like the hand or the neck can affect someone’s professional life and make it difficult to get a job in some sectors.

“It can have a serious impact on your professional life. If you have neck tattoos, it’s going to be difficult to pass job interviews.”

Mr Carney said many people become addicted to tattoos and that’s why they cover their body in them. Hannah Aitchison of LA Ink TV show fame believes it is the process of getting the tattoo that is more addictive than the designs themselves.

She said: “Many people talk about being addicted to tattoos but I think they’re more addicted to the process.

They’re addicted to the process of doing something so significant and it having such a tangible effect on their personal being. There’s so much about life now that we can’t control but getting a tattoo is utterly your decision. “

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Business Transitions: Art of Beauty Skin Care Associates adds two team members – Frederick News Post (subscription)09.05.17

Two join staff of Frederick

wellness studio

The Art of Beauty Skin Care Associates in Frederick has recently added two new members to its team.

Debby Schroeder graduated from the Potomac Massage Training Institute in Washington, D.C., in 1998.

She has since acquired hundreds of hours of education in areas such as hot stone, prenatal and geriatric massage.

In recent years, Schroeder has focused on reflexology after receiving training at the Baltimore School of Reflexology.

Phyllis Jordan is a graduate of Central Maryland School of Massage, and has studied both traditional and alternate massage techniques and various modalities.

She strongly believes in the healthy wholeness of body and mind, and helping clients meet their health and wellness goals.

Follow Ryan Marshall on Twitter: @RMarshallFNP.

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Art of the rose – South China Morning Post09.05.17

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Through the ages, the rose has captured the imagination of countless poets and artists. What is even more intriguing, however, is that its beauty is actually a tangible quality that can be extracted by science and turned into a ritual that can suspend the passing of time. Lancmes Absolue LExtrait line is the culmination of the art and science inspired by the beautiful rose.

And it is not any rose. At the heart of Absolue LExtrait is the Lancme Rose, a flower created in 1973 by rose-breeder Georges Delbard that has become the brands ubiquitous symbol. While it is remarkably vivid, resilient and adaptable, Lancmes research department has discovered that it also possesses unique skin regeneration properties. Since 2012, these properties have been incorporated in all Absolue LExtrait creations, including the Ultimate Elixir.

The pinnacle of French artistry

The Ultimate Elixir, the revered superstar in Absolue LExtraits lineup of products, gets a luxurious and artistic makeover this year by French artists Alex and Marine who despite their young age have received critical acclaim in the world of fashion and design.

For the Ultimate Elixir Art Edition by Alex & Marine, the duo has designed a limited-edition coffret and jar that breath a carefree yet elegant femininity with more than a hint of contemporary French style. In their rendition of the iconic Lancme Rose, they have uncovered a never seen before facet of its natural and hypnotic beauty. Reinterpreted in a style that is both delicate and abstract, the rose reveals a strong, daring and timeless personality that is irresistible to todays women.

Science for the senses

The power of Ultimate Elixir comes from the native cells of the Lancme Rose, which are harvested through a proprietary process known as Fermogenesis. Developed by Lancme, this biotechnical process allows each native cell to slowly mature and multiply in its own time free from strain, protecting its metabolism and potential for regeneration.

The Lancme Rose native cells are proven to have power to improve the skins regenerative process. It is a generous gift from nature, unwrapped by science.

Combined with an elegant texture and enchanting fragrance, the Ultimate Elixir is a joy to experience. The skin is firmer, revitalised and takes on a dewy glow.

Ultimate ElixirArt Edition by Alex & Marine HK$3,700

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Sarah Hyland’s dinosaur tattoo – Sunday World09.05.17

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