Hello. My name is Madisson and I’m taking an intensive course of tattoos. No, I’m not the typical “tattoo artist” model that probably crossed your mind. There is an established stereotype for what normally tattooers are, but this stereotype is wrong, and I am the proof.
My freedom ends when yours begins. Each person has the freedom to do with their body what they understand, even though this may hurt some susceptibilities.
I am a native of Southampton and the mentalities here are quite “advanced”, as there are no great judgments or such discriminatory looks, unlike other more rural and enclosed places. I’ve done some trips with people with lots of tattoos and I’ve always had those strange looks. Some were looks of novelty and difference, but others were even repugnant.
https://www.facebook.com/OfficalRyanAshleyMalarkey/ I leave you the link of the young woman who inspired me to follow the course I followed.
Ryan Ashley Malarkey became INK MASTER’s first female winner after eight seasons and achieved what dozens in her position were expected to achieve at the pre-eminent tattoo competition show. Before conquering America and the legendary tattoo artist, Oliver Peck, Malarkey was fashion designer and owner of the store Strange and Unusual Oddities with only five years of tattoo under the belt. However, despite the odds placed against her, Malarkey used raw talents, fearless ambition, and what proved to be the unstoppable power of a female alliance to prove to the judges as well as the nation that she was the greatest tattooist of the Eight season. Malarkey is an artist who has shown that he can adapt in any situation, and that is why the tattoo industry and fans should stay alert to their upcoming tattoos and movements.
Now that I have introduced you to my inspiring muse, I want to tell you what you can read in the following posts. I want this blog to be super comprehensive, so I can talk about anything on it.
I’m a simple girl with strong emotions. Wait everything, today I talked about tattoos, tomorrow I can talk about the gentleman who passed me in the queue, and the next day talk about a recipe for a cake.