I just read this interesting article that reflected the effect of age on tattoos. I agree with Lila that we just can’t predict what we’ll morph into after 20 years or so and we don’t have an iota of idea how our tattoos will look at that time.
As age and beauty doesn’t go hand in hand, most of the people believe that when they’ll turn 60, their inked skin will depict a different story. And this nagging question is the reason behind many tattoo lovers to actually refrain from getting ink. But, of course we’re always preparing for tomorrow, that doesn’t mean we should simply kill the present moment. Than why this whole hullabaloo, why to work hard and sulk whole of life when we know that one day we’ll be gobbled up by the already digged out grave?
Just ask people intoxicated with tattoos and drapped in ink from head to toe. They’ll break the bubble and take you out of the cozy and filthy abode so that you can enjoy the pain, the triumph, the sheen, and the fire of this enigmatic art called tattoos, irrespective of what your age is.
If still you’ve some doubts Art Richards is here to show you the way!