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Heather Rae Young Finally Reveals The Meaning Of Her Unusual Tattoo – The List02.19.21

During a joint interview with Daily Pop, Young explained simply, "I did it as something special for my fianc, my future husband," (via E! News). The Selling Sunset star had no idea fans would have such a negative reaction to her pretty new ink, arguing, "I will be Mrs. El Moussa, so this is my name." Young added that the moniker is something they use frequently around the house, predominantly with the Flip or Flop star's children. In particular, they ensure El Moussa is addressed either with "yes sir, daddy" or "yes sir, Mr. El Moussa" as a sign of respect.

In conjunction with that, Young advised, "He says, 'yes ma'am, Mrs. El Moussa'." She described it as "something cute we do around the house," which is where the idea for the tattoo came from. It has nothing to do with being subservient to a man. El Moussa confirmed, "That's why she took the post down. I was like, 'What is all this? No, no, it's just a cute little thing around the house!'" He loved the design, describing it as "the best gift I ever got." Soon they'll be Mr. and Mrs. El Moussa, so why not make it permanent?

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Hiawatha vape and tattoo owner sentenced to over 8 years for drugs and firearms – The Gazette02.19.21

CEDAR RAPIDS An owner of two Hiawatha vaping and tattoo shops, who unintentionally alerted authorities to his firearm and drug crimes by reporting a handgun had been stolen, was sentenced Friday to more than eight years in federal prison.

Daniel James Abbott, 48, of Cedar Rapids, pleaded in September to possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

During a preliminary and detention hearing in March, a federal agent testified authorities recovered methamphetamine, marijuana, ammunition, firearms and $50,000 cash from Abbotts shops, River Rats Vapes and Insidious Ink, in 2019 after he was arrested for waving a gun around.

The drug investigation started Feb. 18, 2019, when Abbott reported to Cedar Rapids police that his handgun had been stolen.

Abbott told authorities he was at Insidious Ink shoveling snow when he noticed his firearm was missing from his ankle holster.

On July 30, Abbott reported to Hiawatha police that money and a handgun were stolen from his shop. Abbott then admitted to officers that he used methamphetamine at the business around the time the money and firearm were stolen.

Cedar Rapids police were called Sept. 23, 2019, for a report that a person, later identified as Abbott, was waving a gun around, according to hearing testimony. Officers found him walking with a backpack and empty holster on his hip. Abbott told the officers he used to carry a firearm but didnt anymore and wore the holster out of habit.

In October, officers searched Abbotts home and found meth, drug paraphernalia and about 4,732 rounds of various ammunition.

During the March hearing, an agent also testified that the amount of meth 200 grams found at Abbotts businesses indicates trafficking. Officers also found 217 grams of marijuana, along with the paraphernalia, guns and cash.

The cash was found in a safe, along with meth, Xanax pills, marijuana and marijuana edibles, the agent said.

During a search, officers also found several checkbooks with fake checks, firearms hidden in the attic and materials for making false identification, the agent testified. A copy of Abbotts drivers license bore a different name.

Abbott told authorities after this search that he started using meth more than a couple of months ago.

During the investigation, authorities discovered Abbott had a civil no-contact order against him in September from his wife or ex-wife, which makes possessing firearms illegal.

Abbott attempted to buy a gun last year, but his application was denied because of the possession charges pending and the no-contact order, according to testimony.

U.S. District Judge C.J. Williams sentenced Abbott to 105 months in prison and fined him $20,000. He also was ordered to pay $4,736 in attorney fees and serve five years of supervised release following his prison time.

Abbott also has been charged with forgery in Linn County District Court.

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Nominate Your Favorite Tattoo Shop in the Southwest Michigan 2021 – wkfr.com02.19.21

What's the best tattoo shop from South Haven to Battle Creek and all spaces in between for 2021?

You can't trust just anyone to tattoo your body. As Johnny Depp once said, "My body is my journal, and my tattoos are my story." We need your nominations to determine the best place to get inked in Southwest Michigan. Only one nomination per tattoo shop is needed. Nominations end Wednesday, February 24th. Then, votingwill run from Thursday, February 25th through Monday, March 8th. We'll share the results with you live on-air and on-lineon Tuesday, March 9th. Please do your best to provide accurate information including correct spelling in your nominations.

We did not take a poll on your favorite tattoo shops in Southwest Michigan in 2020 due to the pandemic. However, we do have your voting results for 2019.

Forty seven tattoo shops in the Kalamazoo area were nominated in 2019. After over 8,000 votes Infinity Ink in Sturgis inked the #1 spot. Portfolio Ink in Three Rivers,Art & Soul Tattoo in Portage and Kalamazoo,Hot Rodders Ink in Three Rivers andBlackwater Ink Allegan rounded out the top 5. You can see the full 2019 poll results by clicking here.

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‘Ink Master’ Shared Some of the Most Painful Tattoos They Ever Filmed – menshealth.com02.19.21

If you want to get a tattoo, odds are you're going to have to endure some temporary pain and discomfort. That's usually a given.

Some tattoos, however, require more of a physical sacrifice than others. (Take these examples of people who got their armpits tattooed, for instance.)

In a recent video, the Paramount Network TV show Ink Master shared a compilation of some of the most painful tattoos that clients have ever experienced, and the 10-minute video isn't for the faint of heart.

Highlights from the clip include an elaborate, full-back tattoo of a set of wings illustrated by two artists at once, as they race against the clock. In another, a young woman sits through extreme discomfort while getting her scalp tattooed, and nearly passes out from the pain.

Perhaps the most noteworthy highlight, however, involves a challenge from the show in which four artists tattoo a client's entire backside at oncelegs and allas she breaks down crying, and understandably asks to tap out. In the final example, the artists create a series of elaborate tattoos directly on their clients' palms, which speaks for itself. (Any time you tattoo over an area of the skin with such a high concentration of nerve endings, you're going to feel it. Badly.)

That's also why it's so important to make sure you won't regret the final result when all is said and done.

New episodes of Ink Master air every Tuesday at 10/9c on Paramount Network.

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Tattoo Aftercare Products Market 2020: Expected Development, Share, Demand And Study Of Key Players- Research Predictions and Forecast 2026 KSU | The…02.19.21

The Global Tattoo Aftercare Products Market has witnessed continuous growth in the past few years and is projected to grow even further during the forecast period (2021-2027). The assessment provides a 360 view and insights, outlining the key outcomes of the industry. These insights help the business decision-makers to formulate better business plans and make informed decisions for improved profitability. In addition, the study helps venture capitalists in understanding the companies better and make informed decisions. This report studies the Global Tattoo Aftercare Products market size, industry status and forecast, competition landscape and growth opportunity.

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Vintage Tattoo owner strives to keep artistry and inclusivity alive – The Reflector online02.19.21

Near Rick's Cafe on Martin Luther King Drive stands a humble Starkville business which differs from that of a typical college town. The staff is only made up of one individual who has brought expression and creativity to his craft for over two decades.

James "Chris" Callicott is the owner and sole employee of Vintage Tattoo. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, and raised in Hernando, Mississippi, Callicot experimented with many different types of artistic mediums growing up. He never planned on pursuing tattoo artistry as a career, but he could not imagine his life with any other career now.

"I started out as a janitor and a watchdog, then everything went up from there," Callicott said.

Callicott has worked in the industry for around 25 years. He started working in Southaven, Mississippi, and then spent a few years in Arizona. He was bouncing around from city to city until he took over Vintage Tattoo from a close friend and settled here in Starkville. He claims to have acquired the shop to go in a better direction than it originally was.

"It was a random chance that I ended up here ... opportunity, I guess," Callicott said.

Callicott also yearns to put an end to the stereotype of tattoo shops being "predatory" against women and minorities and make it an inclusive environment where artistry is to be celebrated and welcoming to all.

"I know a lot of good guys in this business ... but there is still a problem in certain places. Run it like a business, and make it inclusive instead of exclusive. I want everybody to be comfortable here," Callicott said.

Savanna Clardy, a junior elementary education major at Mississippi State University, has had a couple of bad experiences with tattoo and piercing shops. She praised Vintage Tattoo for a different experience.

"I think the guy that runs it is why it stands out, because he made the experience memorable and safe at the same time," Clardy said.

Callicott recalled a Friday night where the shop was full of smiling faces and kind words and people of various races and genders. He was excited to see the camaraderie and comfort that people found in Vintage Tattoo.

"It's like a concert. Nobody cares about what people there look like; Everyone is there to listen to the music," Callicott said.

Alli Norcross, a sophomore elementary education major at MSU, recalled her experience at Vintage Tattoo and Calicott's kindness during her visit.

"He constantly made sure I was okay since this was my first rib tattoo a notoriously painful placement and was so kind through the whole process," Norcross said.

In the time of COVID-19, almost every aspect of the tattoo industry has been affected. Callicott has seen an increase in his supplies and increased his rates. He does not allow walk-ins due to social-distancing laws, which has caused him to deal with many impatient clients.

"A third of our supplies are medical, and everything has either doubled or tripled in price. It changes the way you've done things for 20 or more years," Callicott said. "This is not the business to cut corners, either."

Callicott displayed enthusiasm for every part of his job but especially in regard to the hours he works. Being the sole employee, Callicott opens the shop around 1 p.m. and closes at midnight.

"I don't have to wake up in the morning, it's as simple as that!" Callicott said.

His least favorite part of the job is trying to talk people out of having a certain concept or idea tattooed on their body forever. He does this frequently, especially in terms of cover-ups or dead trends.

"People get a certain idea in their mind, and they are not gonna hear anything different," Callicott said.

When asked if he thinks college students have good taste in tattoos, Callicott said he was indifferent because taste is subjective. He believes it is an individualized thought process.

Ariana Collazo, a junior biological sciences major at MSU, has a brother who owns a tattoo parlor and has many tattoos himself. She spoke of the importance of having faith in your artist for such an intricate process.

"If you don't trust your artist, you don't need to be getting a tattoo," Collazo said.

Callicott wants everyone to know patience and trust in your artist is key to a smooth process.

"If something makes your spidey-senses go off, vote with your wallet. There are too many bad shops that do the wrong thing.The only way people learn is by being penalized financially," Callicott said.

Vintage Tattoo currently has over 10,600 posts on the shop's Instagram account (@VintageTattoo), and there is not one picture of Callicott himself. He claims this is because he wants to make it about the artistry and not himself.

Vintage Tattoo is open six days a week, promoting both artistry and inclusivity in its small corner of Starkville.

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Woman Reacts To Seeing Boyfriend For First Time Without Tattoo-Covered Face – BroBible02.19.21

People get tattoos for thousands of different reasons. To celebrate their team winning a championship, for a movie role, or just because they love The Simpsons so damn much.

Ethan is a 24-year-old guy from Australia with a passion for tattooing his body. He started modifying his body with expanders at the age of 11 and eventually progressed into tattooing his entire body.

I just thought it was cool, Ethan told Truly for their web series, Transformed. I just didnt want to look like everyone else.

Ethan has had so much tattoo work done across his body and face that he cant really pinpoint an exact number of tats on his body.

In addition to all the tattoos, Ethan has body modifications that include tattooing the whites of his eyes (WHAT?!?!) and bifurcating his tongue.

Ethans girlfriend, Meg, has only ever seen Ethan with tattoos.

Ethans tattoos were completely covered up with the help of a makeup artist and over two hours in a makeup chair. Ethan got to see his face without tattoos for the first time in years, and Meg saw Ethans face without ink for the first time ever.

When Ethan first sees himself in the mirror without his distinctive body art, hes pretty floored but realizes almost immediately that he likes his tattooed face much better.

But how will Meg react?

Fortunately, Meg likes her tattoo-faced boyfriend much better, though even if she did like cleaned-faced Ethan, theres really little he could do about it now.

People look at it like me getting tattooed and modified has a deeper meaning than it really does, he said before his transformation. At the end of the day, I do all this to my body because I think it looks cool, and thats pretty much the bottom line.

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The Hoff’s Hulkster Heat & CM Punk’s New Tattoo: Ten Things You May Have Missed In Wrestling This Week – Cultaholic02.19.21

A WWE star announced they were pregnant, one of the world's most popular musicians won a WWE title and another NXT TakeOver is in the books.

Those are just a few of the major happenings from another rollercoaster week in the world of wrestling.

Plenty more happened, of course,you just may not have seen or heard about it. And that applies to the wider wrestling landscape, too,not just WWE.

As usual, social media, podcasts and even the mainstream media have provided the expected confrontations, funny exchanges and other nuggets that may have gone undetected over the course of the past seven days.

So, as is now tradition (hey, this feature hasbeen going fortwo weeks so it's a tradition, OK?), we have compiled ten of these into one nice, digestible piece of wrestling story pie.

Dig in!

Another week, another simple mistake from legendary professional wrestling commentator Jim Ross that was jumped on by the internet wrestling community.

On this week's episode of AEW Dynamite, Good Ol' JR erroneously referred to AEW Champion Kenny Omega as the 'WWE Champion'.

Social media was quick to point out the flub to the Hall of Famer, who replied to a tweet by Fightful by saying 'Yep. Heat of the battle. Live TV. My bad...'

To be fair to Ross, he was employed by Vince McMahon's company for the best part of twenty five years and also often spends a great deal of time discussing WWE-related topics for his podcast Grilling JR.

The actual WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre, chimed in by posting a picture of himself with the caption 'The WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre is not impressed or amused'.

So that's Omega versus McIntyre confirmed for WrestleMania then is it, or am I....?

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3 Men Shared the Stories Behind the Epic Tattoos They Got to Cover Their Scars – menshealth.com02.19.21

Every tattoo has a story. A tattoo that covers up a scar, however, holds two storiesand no two are exactly the same. Depending on the circumstances, a tattoo might help someone hide the evidence of self-harm and feel less self-conscious in public. Or it might help them find the confidence to embrace the permanent marks that resulted from a life-altering surgery. While the reasons people get these tattoos may differ, the stories behind them are deeply personal, distinct, and always memorable. We talked to three men with tattoos over their scars about what motivated them to get inked.

Name: Austin ReedAge: 32Artist: Dawn Yermasek, Old Crow Tattoo

In 2006, during my senior year of high school, I got injured while playing soccer. I jumped up for a header pretty close to the goal, kind of went sideways in the air, and came down hard on my back. I was inside the 10-yard box with the ball still in play, and it was crowded with people moving around. I sat up and braced my hands to the ground behind me to push myself up. Another player was running across and jumped to avoid hitting me. He failed miserably.

His left foot came down right on my forearm right as I put my weight on it. Having broken bones beforehand, I knew it was broken as soon as it happened. I don't remember hearing the snap, but was later told everyone heard it. I lifted my arm up by the elbow and it literally looked like there was another elbow bent 45 degrees just above the one I was holding. My surgery consisted of two six-inch incisions2 plates, 12 bolts, and around 30 staples. The radius and ulna bones had criss-crossed when they snapped, so they had to go in on each side of my arm to pull them back and reset.

Fast forward to 2020, and I'm really into tattoos and watching Ancient Aliens. I had always wanted a tattoo on that forearm, but didn't really want to tattoo over the scar. I wasn't self-conscious about it. I mean, in the words of the great Shane Falco, "Chicks dig scars." I was worried on how ink would take to the scar tissue. So I started looking online at how others have tattooed around their scars versus tattooing directly on top of them. Being a huge fan of all things UFO and paranormal, I thought the scar would look pretty cool as a beam coming out of a flying saucer.

At first I wanted to have coloring around the whole scar to make it look like it was glowing, but then I decided it would end up taking attention away from it. So, I decided to have a saucer abducting a woman with colors at the top and bottom. It makes the scar look much more pronounced and incorporated into the design. It took around 2 hours to complete. I'm extremely pleased with the resultsit gets a lot of compliments and is a great conversation starter.

Name: Kevin AbrahamAge: 27Artist: Eldrick Murphy, Sin on SkinBefore I get into the story about the tattoo, I need to tell you the story behind the scar. In 2016, I was diagnosed with a form of bone cancer called Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis (LCH), which damages tissue and can cause lesions to form in the body. Basically, this cancer grew a tumor on my rib, and because of that I had to get three ribs removed on my right side and all of my lateral muscle as well to ensure there was no spreading.

As you can imagine, cancer was a very dark time in my life. People have harder battles than I did, but for me, the time was very dark. I wanted to get this tattoo because it was my way of showing acceptance of what happened. When I look at my scar, I remember all the hard times that cancer brought on me, my family, and my friends. But since getting the tattoo, I can also remember a happier time, a time when I chose to accept what happened to me and that I survived it. And what's a more badass way to show it than getting a tattoo?

The tattoo itself took about two hours in total. From what I understand, tattoo scars are not exactly easy. My family and friends had an overwhelmingly positive reaction to itthey loved it. I'm extremely happy with it, and it'll forever be my favorite. That photo was taken on the day it was done.

Name: Emmett L. Age: 24Artist: Brandie Cottrell, Atomic Tattoo

I got my tattoo just three months ago. It's a symbol from the book series Six of Crows, which is a series that got me through some very rough patches with my mental health. It took roughly four hours, but my artist, Brandie Cottrell at Atomic Tattoo, made it feel like the time flew by.

I got the tattoo to cover up self-harm scars from my teenage years. I am a female to male transgender man and, due to severe dysphoria, I resorted to self-harm to try and cope with it. I self-harmed for many years and, even though Ive been clean for quite a while now, I would still get some very intrusive questions about my scars.

In the end, I wanted something to cover it upnot because Im ashamed of my past, but because I wanted to show what I have overcome. Now instead of having scars that I feel the need to hide, I have a piece of art that I can proudly display.

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5 Best Tattoo Artists in Houston – Kev’s Best02.19.21

Below is a list of the top and leading Tattoo Artists in Houston. To help you find the best Tattoo Artists located near you in Houston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

The top rated Tattoo Artists in Houston are:

Artistic Impressions Tattoo Studio has numerous tattoo artists ready to create beautiful and artistic masterpieces. They are certified and licensed to do tattoos. The tattoo artists give their full attention to their clients. They collaborate with them to produce the most fitting masterpiece. Furthermore, they also use the latest equipment for their job. They constantly sanitize their supplies before and after every client. The studio is also well-maintained and managed by approachable staff. In addition, they follow-up their clients for aftercare. They give the most comprehensive instruction after the procedure.

Products/ Services:

tattoo artists, piercing, tattoo

Location:

Address: 20633 Katy Fwy ste b, Katy, TX 77450Phone: (281)-599-1349Website: artisticimpressionstattoo.com

Reviews:

Stefan did an amazing job! I had 2 tattoos I needed to be touched up and worked on and he did them justice. They were both memorial pieces and he made me fall in love with them all over again! Very professional and clean! Krisda Renee

Scorpion Studios Tattoois a premier custom tattoo studio with state-of-the-art facilities. They have tattoo artists with years of experience. These artists also provide designs with intricate details. Furthermore, they use sterile equipment only. They also ensure that it is also used once. The studio offers thousands of designs for a competitive price. Moreover, their clients can choose from various tattoo artists with their own expertise. Their designs are drawn-to-order. In addition, their tattoo artists are professionals and licensed. They uphold a high degree of standards for their work.

Products/ Services:

tattoo artists, tattoo

Location:

Address: 1401 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77006Phone: (713)-528-7904Website: scorpionstudiostattoo.com

Reviews:

Fantastic artists, super clean environment. Cant say enough good things about Mr. Dan Martins custom pieces and customer service. If you want a good tattoo go to your local tattoo parlor, but if you want a GREAT tattoo go to Scorpion Studios! The photo attached is almost 25 years old and still a fantastic piece of work! Bobby Scott

Bayou City Body Shophas years of experience in delivering quality artistry to the local residents. They also offer their services to the surrounding areas. Their tattoo artists are licensed artists. They also have experience in providing the most complex designs. Furthermore, they commit to providing quality and clean studio. They constantly develop their artists as they are trusted in the area. Moreover, they provide styles like photorealism, American traditional, and portraits. They also provide new school, lettering, and full color. In addition, they offer body piercing done by expert professionals.

Products/ Services:

tattoo artists, tattoo, body piercing

Location:

Address: 4025 Hwy 6 N #105b, Houston, TX 77084Phone: (281)-856-8400Website: bayoucitybodyshop.com

Reviews:

Ricardo was an excellent artist. He listened to what I wanted and nailed it perfectly. The staff is very friendly as well. Great atmosphere and experience all around. Definitely my new go to shop. Mark Hewlett

Sintown Tattoo Studiooffers the most talented tattoo artists in the industry. They opened their doors to the public in 2005. Since then, they have been delivering high-quality services to the community. They provide unique and well-made designs to their clients. Furthermore, they tailor their tattoos to the individual. They find the most fitting tattoo for their clients according to their preferences. Moreover, they strive to produce award-winning arts. They combine past and modern techniques in their work. Their tattoo artists are also friendly and knowledgeable.

Products/ Services:

tattoo artists, tattoo, body piercing

Location:

Address: 648 S Texas 6, Houston, TX 77079Phone: (281)-617-1475Website: sintowntattoostudio.com

Reviews:

Gabriel the tattoo artist was amazing!! He did a free hand drawing of the concept I wanted. I was a bit skeptical at first, especially about the handwritten names if my children. My mind was literally blown by his talent when he tattooed my childrens names perfectly. Very professional place. Loved every minute of it. Nisha D Souza

Shaws Tattoo Studiois the first licensed tattoo studio in Houston established in 1979. Since then, they build a strong reputation for producing the best designs. They are also known for their most original designs. Furthermore, it is also one of the oldest and most famous tattoo studios in the area. They offer a single service to make sure that everything is sterile. They also use quality materials for their job. Their tattoo artists are oriented with every safety precaution possible. Moreover, they continue to make sure that everyone follows the highest standards. Their designs bring world-class quality.

Products/ Services:

tattoo artist, tattoo studio

Location:

Address: 1660 Westheimer Rd C, Houston, TX 77006Phone: (713)-528-1255Website: shawstattoostudio.com

Reviews:

This is the second tattoo Ive gotten here, and each experience has been great. The artists here take their time to ensure you have the best product possible. I hope to come here for all my future tattoos. Kaya Sciaudone

Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kevs Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kevs Best.

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