I’m covered in tattoos and I love them – but here’s my biggest regret… I can’t wait to cover it up
A SELF-CLAIMED ink addict has tattoos all over her body but has revealed a small regret she has.
Mei Pang is an influencer with nearly 3 million followers on TikTok, where she shares snippets of her makeup routine and stories about her tattoos.
She has even collaborated with celebrities like rapper Rico Nasty and gained many fans.
In her latest video, she revealed that while she loves her body art, she wishes she could remove a piece.
Mei revealed what appears to be a skull tattooed behind her leg, explaining that she got the tattoo when she was 18 or 19.
She said: “I don’t want to go into the reason why I got it, but I’m over it. I’m over it
“I’m a grown man and I can’t wait to cover it up with something, I’m not sure yet.”
One grateful follower said: “Thanks for sharing this!
“I’m so ashamed of the tattoos I got when I was younger, but it makes me feel more normal.”
Another said: “It’s kinda cute though.”
Others said they can’t wait to see what she decides to cover it with.
Another tattooed woman admitted she regrets her decision, comparing it to “wearing the same t-shirt for a lifetime.”
Sara revealed she first started getting tattoos when she was in her 20s and loved them then – but now she compared it to wearing the same t-shirt every day and wished she’d thought twice about it.
Sara has black and white designs all over her chest, arms and even her neck.
Of her ink, the 36-year-old confessed: “Imagine you put on a shirt once in your early 20s – and now you have to wear that for the rest of your life.
“And that’s what it feels like to get a heavy tattoo before turning into a full-fledged adult human.”
Sara continued on her TikTok account @saraovershares, “There are many reasons to regret my tattoos, but today I wanted to talk specifically about not matching my aesthetic.”
A tattoo artist revealed the one design he rejects as it “ruins lives”.
The problem is when people ask for a face, neck, or hand tattoo without “having a single tattoo anywhere else,” the artist said.
“I can’t even talk to you,” he admitted.
The problem isn’t really the visible tattoos, but not paying your dues in other ink before going all out with something that’s not easily hidden, he claims.
Since face and neck tattoos can be “job stoppers,” the artist admitted that he didn’t like it when people thoughtlessly go full throttle without first committing to tattoo “culture.”
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