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Does Billie Eilish Have Two Tattoos? Fans Think So – Teen Vogue05.06.21

Billie EilishsBritish Voguecover storyhas been just about the most talked about thing in entertainment news since it dropped. One thing fans were quick to notice was the 19-year-old's tattoo reveal and some believe Billie has not one, but potentially two tattoos!

Billie having a tattoo is nothing new to fans. The artist herself revealed last December, in the latest installation of her yearly interview withVanity Fair,that she had already gotten her first tattoo. Getting a tattoo was on her 2020 bucket list and she successfully checked it off. But she promised we would never know where or what it is. "I did get a tattoo, but you wont ever see it," she said back then and, well, things have changed a bit.

The BritishVoguephotoshoot gave us a glimpse at Billie's existing ink. The most visible tattoo spans part of her thigh and waist, but Billie fans were avid-eyed enough to spot what appears to be a more discreet second tattoo on her lower sternum. Is that a tattoo, Miss Eilish? one fan tweeted pointing out the larger piece. Two tattoos, BFF. Another one under her breast, another said in the replies. Billie, you didnt tell us you had two tattoos, another fan tweeted.

In terms of further confirmation? Well, Billie very subtly got involved and maybe confirmed fans' suspicions. A Billie Eilish fan account on Instagram made a post reposting a tweet with images from theBritish Vogueshoot that said, THE TATTOOS IM SO IN LOVE RN. Tattoos. Plural. Which, then, of course, Billie liked on Instagram. We see you, Billie! We dont know what else Billie has in store ink-wise or even what her current designs might be, but its great to see her expressing herself.

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Mastectomy Tattoos: Information, Health Risks, Ideas and More – GoodHousekeeping.com05.06.21

Every year, thousands of women in the U.S. who are faced with a breast cancer diagnosis have to make the difficult decision to undergo some form of mastectomy, or the partial or complete removal of one or both breasts. Some women have the disease and opt to have the surgery. Other women (like Angelina Jolie) who are carriers of the BRCA1 or BCRA2 gene mutations, hope that removal of healthy breast tissue will save them from a cancer scare down the road.

In some cases, this surgery can be life-saving and a huge relief. But that often doesn't negate the emotionally trying process of losing a part of one's body or accepting new scars. Many women seek a variety of cosmetic solutions to move through these challenging experiences. And one of those solutions is getting a mastectomy tattoo.

If you're curious about getting one or wondering whether they are for you, here's all you need to know, according to medical and artistic specialists.

A mastectomy tattoo is a tattoo that's designed to cover up scars from breast removal surgery.

Oftentimes, these are simple areola tattoos, according to Johnathan Bank, M.D., a board-certified plastic surgeon at NYBRA Plastic Surgery. When surgeons cannot spare the nipple during a mastectomy, they can often reconstruct breast (if the patient desires) then either instruct a technician or a pro tattooist to ink on a realistic-looking nipple to make things look like the breast hadn't had a major operation.

"It really gives a natural appearance and transforms [the reconstructed breast mound] from something that just fills a bra to something that has the full picture," says Dr. Bank.

Some women, though, choose to get tattoos that are more colorful and decorative at times, designs that span the whole chest. Intricate flowers, lace, feathers ... the possibilities expand as far as the imagination can stretch. Of course, these beautiful creations are done by professional tattoo artists.

One thing to note, though: Whether it's a regular areola tattoo or something more elaborate, there are many types of people besides mastectomy patients who opt for this sort of body art, says Shaughnessy Otsuji, a restorative tattoo artist and owner of Studio Sashiko.

"I see a lot of women who've had [general breast] reconstruction like a lift or any sort of reduction trans and non-binary clients who've had top surgery, and some people who've had scarring from an intense accident or disease that can remove the pigment and cause a lot of kind of disfiguration in the area," she says. "So any person who for any reason wants scar coverage or re-pigmentation in that area can have a tattoo done."

Fortunately, getting a tattoo is a very low-risk endeavor health-wise, according to Stacie Rae Weir the founder of A.R.T. School, which trains tattoo artists to work with breast cancer survivors.

"A tattoo is a really superficial kind of wound," says Weir, who is also a breast cancer survivor with her own badass mastectomy tattoo. "We don't even go through half of the layers of skin so it's fairly non-invasive."

Professionally licensed tattoo artists (and medical professionals trained in tattooing) use single-use sterile needles and other hygienic practices to keep you as safe as possible. (If you have any doubts about the shop or equipment, it's best to leave and do more research). But because they are penetrating the skin with a needle, there's always a chance that the area can get infected like with any old scratch.

The risk is higher if a person is on medication like blood-thinners, adds Weir, which can disrupt the healing process and make your skin more vulnerable to bacterial infections. So, make sure inform your artist about any medications or conditions that may be of concern; and always follow the tattoo aftercare guidance you're given to allow everything to heal properly, says Dr. Bank.

If you're wondering about the safety ink itself, ask your surgeon or tattoo artist about which ink they use. Generally, the pigment used in well-run parlors and doctor's offices are safe to use, says Weir. But if you're curious about the amount of heavy metals or the safety of any of the ingredients, you can always lookup the ink's Safety Data Sheet for clarity and peace of mind.

Allowing your skin to heal properly before you jump to get a tattoo is not only key to keeping you healthy, but also to help your tattoo look as beautiful as possible, according to Dr. Bank. That healing time can vary greatly depending on how many operations you had and if you received radiation or chemotherapy treatments.

"Usually, we like to wait at least three months to six month," says Dr. Bank. "Although, I would always caution on the side of safety and wait longer, especially when you're going to someone who's not directly in the medical field."

Weir finds, though, that sometimes even surgeons can give their patients the okay too soon. "Once the scars are white, they are ready to be tattooed,'" she says. "If they are still red, you can make the scarring worse."

When in doubt, it's best to consult your physician and a trusted artist who's done extensive work with mastectomy patients to make sure you settle on a timeline that's best for your body.

If it's not obvious already, you don't just want to hop over to the parlor down the street to get a mastectomy tattoo. Tattooing skin that's undergone surgery and other treatments like radiation and chemo is a whole other ball game, according to Otsuji.

"Since surgeons remove so much tissue, the skin tends to get a lot thinner," she says. "Radiation can also make the skin coarse and tough on the outside. So for me, as an artist, I have to analyze each breast accordingly. The goal is never to overwork the skin because you don't want to cause more scarring and trauma to the area."

What's more, "drawing a nipple is one thing while tattooing it is another thing," adds Weir. "So you do have to seek out somebody who really understands the artistic, optical illusion side of it and the scar tissue side of it."

Artists also have to work with the unique contours of your body. "We have to take the muscle flow of the body and the body mechanics into consideration to design something that's flattering," says Weir. "You don't want to plunk something over the scar itself, which tends to exaggerate it. You design to the body so you don't notice the scar."

Overall, you really need an experienced pro to do your tat even for "simpler" areola designs. Be aware that not all plastic surgery teams have skilled artists. Otsuji, for example, has seen many clients who've needed to rework or cover up their areola tattoos done by medical staff. So, it doesn't matter if it's a medical technician or an artist who's been tattooing for years. Ask to see a portfolio and see if you like the person's work before you have them inking something permanent into your skin.

Not sure where to find an artist? Your surgeon may be able to point you to someone who does great work. Dr. Bank, for example, has worked with Nicole Rizzuto, a talented medical tattoo artist. Otherwise, you can reach out to nonprofits, like Personal Ink, that connect breast cancer survivors with tattoo artists that specialize in mastectomy tattoos in your area.

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When working with the right artist, you can surely create a unique and gorgeous design that speaks to you and your journey. This realm of body art is ripe with all sorts of possibilities. For some inspiration, scroll through the alluring examples below:

Floral tattoo by Chris Black and Gabriel Knight

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Bird and monarch butterfly tattoo by Shane Wallin

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Peacock feather tattoo by Samantha Rae

Blooming trees tattoo by Delshay Haaheo

Rose tattoo by Stacie-Rae

Unique design by Justin Wild of All Sacred

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Oak Tree and red rock tattoo by Shane Wallin

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Deer tattoo by Bill Folk in partnership with Personal Ink

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Mastectomy tattoos are a relatively safe and beautiful form of art that can help a person embrace their body post-surgery, according to Weir. She can't tell you how many clients she's seen leave her parlor with happy tears in their eyes.

"I think a lot of people, myself included, don't realize how good you can feel about yourself after you get the tattoo," she says. "When I got it, I had this totally different attitude towards myself and this pep in my step. I never realized I could love my body that much."

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Scar tissue: Vietnamese women find healing with tattoos – The Japan Times05.06.21

Hanoi In her tiny Hanoi apartment, tattoo artist Ngoc inks middle-aged women whose lives have been upended by divorce or illness, each of them searching for healing through an art form that is still largely taboo in Vietnam.

Although attitudes are changing, tattoos remain associated with gangsters, prostitution and the criminal underground in the communist, broadly conservative country.

I met many women who told me they loved tattoos but they were born at a time when no-one supported them, said Ngoc, who goes by the name Ngoc Like.

But some are choosing to push back against those old ideas, seeing body art as emancipation from some of the rigid societal norms they have lived by.

Getting inked is often a landmark moment in these womens lives, Ngoc, 28, says.

They have overcome that fear of social prejudice and have a personal wish to renew themselves to open a new chapter in life.

Educated and business-savvy, Ngoc was ridiculed when she started out as a tattoo artist less than a decade ago with many assuming she did not go into the industry out of choice.

But she has since built up a solid, mostly female clientele.

Being a tattoo artist, I have had to accept the fact that people dismiss my skill, my studies, my personality. They say: You do this because you did not get good grades.'

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Just 4% of Vietnamese have tattoos, according to a small survey in 2015 by Vietnam market research firm Q&Me, the most recent data available.

It also suggested that 25% of people feel scared when seeing body art.

But for Tran Ha Nguyen, a high school teacher, getting a tattoo was an act of celebration following a divorce from her conservative and rigid husband.

My ex strongly opposed any tattoo on my body, she recalled. I on the other hand had been afraid I would lose my job if I had something visible.

After the separation, the 41-year-old said she wanted a clean break from her old self and to do things she would never have dared do in her previous life.

She chose a daisy design for her thigh, high enough that no-one can see it unless she is in a bikini.

Its just one small tattoo but I feel I have found my true self, Nguyen said.

Also recovering from trauma, 46-year-old Nguyen Hong Thai chose a rose tattoo over a scar on her stomach, and the words forever in my heart on her arm, months after her husband died of lung cancer.

He had always wanted her to get inked.

Now hes gone, I think he would have wanted me to be strong, to be the person I had always been with him.

The tattoos have given me strength and confidence (to do that), said Thai, with a huge smile.

Just 4% of Vietnamese have tattoos, according to a small survey in 2015 by Vietnam market research firm Q&Me. | AFP-JIJI

Ngoc has decided to focus her tattooing work on women with scars, both physical and mental.

Demand is growing her schedule is completely full, she says.

Her clients in Hanoi, where average monthly income per capita is less than $500, are often willing to spend double that amount on their body art.

One of them, 33-year-old office worker Huong not her real name has felt ashamed of her body since appendicitis surgery 14 years ago left her with an ugly vertical scar.

I considered going to a clinic to see if they could get rid of the scar.

But then I thought: why cant I have a tattoo to hide it?

Her eyes shut tight in anxiety, Huong lies on the chair, waiting for the needle to begin its march across her midriff.

This is not just about beautification The beauty here is giving a woman the chance to be herself, Ngoc says.

Hours later, looking in the mirror at a string of pink flowers across her stomach, a grin breaks out over Huongs face.

I was afraid if (my family) saw this big tattoo, they would think I was a party woman.

But the most important thing is I live for myself. If I can lose the shame around my scar, life gets more interesting.

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Tattoo studio proposed for the heart of Cowes – Isle of Wight County Press05.06.21

A TATTOO studio could be coming to the heart of Cowes.

Applicant, Chris Norris, along with two other artists, is proposing to open The Alchemy Arts Club on Cowes High Street at the former Quay 4 shop with a 'sincere hope' to establish a long-term business in the centre of the town.

Proposals for The Alchemy Arts Club. (Picture: Chris Norris)

The property has been empty for nearly two years now, with the ladies clothes shop closing in August 2019.

Planning documents submitted by Mr Norris say they would be obliged by the lease to ensure the appearance of the property would be in keeping with the Cowes aesthetic and look to create a smart, minimal and classic exterior.

To update the shop, the outside would be black with gold lettering and detailing but display no outward signs of tattooing and have the general look of an art studio/gallery.

A frosted-glass partition wall would be installed towards the front of the shop, separating the waiting area from the studio.

The former Quay 4 shop on Cowes High Street.

The three fully qualified and licensed artists have a combined experience of 24 years and have said they have built a regular and reliable client base.

As well as tattooing, with work done through appointment only, Monday to Saturday, 9am to 6pm, the mixed-media artists intend to sell prints from the studio as well.

Documents also say the premises would be kept sanitary, due to the nature of the work, and all cleanliness and safety regulations will 'of course' be adhered to.

To view the proposals, 21/00807/FUL, you can visit the Isle of Wight Council's planning register. Comments will be accepted until May 28.

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Tattoo Studios On Central, South Coasts Among Businesses Hard Hit By Pandemic, But Artists Excited To Be Back To Work – kclu.org05.06.21

Youre hearing the sound of an artist at work. Rick Sutherland has been at his craft for more than three decades. Today, his canvas, so to speak, is the arm of Katie McCarter of Thousand Oaks.

Its been a tough year for Sutherland, as well as the tattoo industry in general. His studio, Clear Vision Tattoo in Moorpark, has been closed for nine months out of the last year by the states COVID-19 health orders.

Sutherland says he understood and supported the initial shutdown. But, he says it became harder to understand the second time around, especially after going into places like Walmart filled with hundreds of shoppers. He says even before the pandemic, his industry took an extraordinary amount of health safety precautions.

He has five artists in his studio, and it was hard for everyone to be idle.

Sutherland says some tattoo artists did some work anyway underground, just to survive. Some of his friends in the industry lost their studios as a result of the pandemic.

The tattoo artist says what saved his business was government help. He says from the City of Moorpark to the federal government, agencies really stepped up with support.

Sutherland has been back in business for a few weeks now, and says it feels great to do what he loves so much.

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Patrick Gower tattoo: Recipient was gifted inkwork by a friend – New Zealand Herald05.06.21

The tattoo tribute to Newshub journalist Patrick Gower. Photo / Supplied

The anonymous recipient of a Patrick Gower tribute tattoo was nominated for the job by a mate in Melbourne, who won the free tattoo through a Facebook competition.

The palm-sized portrait of Gower - along with the phrase "its the f**king news' - was inked by Whakatne tattooist Rich Neilsen on Saturday.

The owner of the new tattoo was given little warning he would soon have the New Zealand celebrity inked on his body, with a friend in Melbourne contacting him to say he had won the competition for a free portrait tattoo.

"And I contacted Rich and he said 'Mate, you're getting a tattoo of Paddy Gower, when are you coming in'", he said.

"I think most of us in New Zealand are pretty big fans of Paddy, but I just thought it was a bit of a chuckle.

"It was a series of events and I just ran with it."

Normally working in a Japanese-inspired or old-school American style, tattooist Rich Neilsen had put the offer out on social media last month for a portrait tattoo with the owner of the best idea getting the ink for free.

"I love doing a portrait every now and again. And I hadn't done one for about six months so I put up a post saying 'the best idea, I'll do it for free'," he said.

He posted portraits of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Billy T K and Kim Dotcom to give people an idea of what he wanted.

The recipient said he had been "stoked" to get the Gower tattoo, and surprised to see how much interest it had created online.

"I think if you're going to get a tattoo or a portrait of a New Zealand icon why not go Paddy, he's definitely got the head for it," he said.

"It was all just done for a bit of a laugh and kind of ended up a lot bigger than I expected it to be.

"Got the tattoo on the Saturday and it was on The Project [TV show] on Monday."

He also confirmed he would be returning to have an apostrophe added to the "its" in the phrase inked above the portrait, which was located on his thigh.

"I didn't really think that was that much of a major but I think a bit of the country does seem to think it was a problem," he said.

He had many other tattoos which had all "joined together now", he said.

He was also no stranger to spontaneous tattoos, once getting a tattoo chosen by his tour group in Vietnam, while blindfolded.

"Luckily they chose something not so bad, the word Vietnam," he said.

"So it's not out of the ordinary for me to do something like this."

"I definitely don't have any other famous New Zealanders, but it might become something that I look into in the future."

His wife was also a big fan of Paddy Gower and thought the tattoo was "pretty hard case", he said.

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CDMX congress will prohibit tattoos and aesthetic piercings on pets – The Yucatan Times04.22.21

The Commission for the Preservation of the Environment, Climate Change, Ecological and Animal Protection of the local Congress approved an opinion that prohibits tattoos on the skin of animals for aesthetic or ornamental purposes, as well as the placement of earrings, piercings or piercings. Photo: (Cuartoscuro)

MEXICO CITY (April 21, 2021) (EXCELSIOR).- Performingtattoos on the skin of animalsfor aesthetic or ornamental purposes is prohibited inMexico Cityafter the Commission for the Preservation of the Environment, Climate Change, Ecological and Animal Protection of the local Congress approved an opinion.

In addition, the placement ofearrings, piercings or piercingson animalsis prohibited.

The opinion was presented by the president of the commission, Teresa Ramos, who explained that if the opinion is approved next Thursday in the plenary session of the Congress of Mexico City, everyone may report to the Secretaries of Health, Public Safety, the Agency Animal Care, the Prosecutors Office or the municipalities, this type ofanimal abuseto be punished.

The opinion was approved unanimously in the commission and arose as a result of an initiative of the local representative ofMorena,Esperanza Villalobos.

This specifies that tattoos or rings that serve to identify an animal will be exempt from the prohibition, which must be placed, only through the supervision of a veterinarian.

Ramos explained that other cities such as New York have already reformed their laws to avoid tattoos and earrings in pets, since animals such as cats and dogs suffer physical pain with these procedures.

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What are Trey Songzs tattoos and what do they mean? – The Sun02.04.21

TREY Songz, who has become caught up in a sex-tape scandal, is most recognised for his singing and rapping abilities.

But the 36-year-old, whose real name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, also has an interesting collection of tattoos.

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An alleged sex tape of the R&B artist has reportedly surfaced online.

According to reports, a nude video of Songz has leaked online, however there is no confirmation that it is in fact Trigga, as he is also known, as the man's face is not shown.

However some fans allegeSongzis the man in the video based on the tattoos.

Here's the inkings the rapper has:

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The first tattoo Trey got was of a cross on his upper right arm.

It features the word "only God can judge me", inspired by Tupac, who has a tattoo saying the same thing.

Trey says he was just 16 or 17 when he had this done.

In an interview with GQ he said: "I knew that if I had a cross my mom could only be but so mad."

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Trey hails the tattoo on the left side of his chest as his "favourite".

The writing is a prayer which he penned himself, and it reads: "To God I pray may Aprils showers rain on her Forrest and grow the strength that started with one Rose."

April is is mother's name, Forrest is his brother's name, and Rose is the name of his grandmother.

The poem means that he hopes his younger brother will be raised as strong as his grandmother, Rose, raised his mom to be

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On his left forearm, Trey has a depiction of himself as a child which he got at the age of 18.

The tattoo is of a small boy wearing a cap and diaper, sitting on top of the world.

Trey told GQ: "I'm sitting on top of the world because I had these big dreams for myself, I always felt like I would accomplish great things."

Above that, it says "April's boy", which is actually the name of one of his companies.

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Also on his left arm Trey has a tattoo of a storm, which features a tornado and the sun shining at the end of it.

He said: "It kind of means that if you can make it through the storm, the sun will shine."

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On Trey's right wrist he has the letters "T" and "H" along with an infinity sign.

Trey actually got this done when he was with his ex-girlfriend.

He told GQ: "I haven't covered it up yet so I guess that means something within itself.

"In order to cover it up it will have to mean something more powerful than the love that we shared at that moment."

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According to Trey, the two angels he got tattooed on his back in 2008 are "the most recognisable to his fans".

He added: "Every time I left the house my grandmother would say 'watch your back', and because of that I got angels on my back.

"Their wings are kind of weathered from fighting off so many storms."

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On the right side of Trey's chest appears to be a sign - but its actually the initials of the important women in his life combined.

The most visible letters are "A", for his mother April, and "R", for his grandmother Rose.

Trey says he was "mostly raised by women" and the tattoo also features the initials of his aunts.

He added: "I love that one a lot."

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Woman horrified after getting the tattoo of her dreams then discovering she copied the fridge logo without r – The Sun02.04.21

A WOMAN is horrified after finally getting the tattoo of her dreams, only to discover she copied the fridge logo without realising it.

The ink fan, called Phoebe, shared a clip to TikTok showing off the delicate waves she had tattooed on her wrist.

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She revealed she had wanted the tattoo for years, and would draw it on her skin while she waited to get it done permanently.

Eventually Phoebe got the design inked on her arm, but a year later to her horror she suddenly realised where she got the inspiration from - her fridge.

In a clip she opens up the fridge door revealing some waves, then holds up her wrist and shows off a near-identical design.

She said: A year ago today I got this tattoo.

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I love it so much. I wanted to get it for literally years and Id draw it on my wrist and dream of the day I had it.

I realise now where I got the idea from.

Its the design from the inside of the fridge weve had for basically my whole life .

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Her hilarious mishap, which has seen her now twinning with the appliance, has racked up hundreds of thousands of views, as people were in stitches over the similarity.

One person pointed out: Really shows were influenced by things we dont even notice.

Another wrote: You and that fridge are bonded for life.

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A third commented: I laughed too much at this.

Someone else thought: The fridge probably feels special.

While this person added: Thats actually really cute, youve got your childhood house with you forever now.

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