body art


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The practice of adorning the body with piercings, tattoos, brandings, or scarifications

body art

Tattooing, body piercing, and body painting.
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Almost a third of those who have tattoos live to lament their body art, according to the British Association of Dermatologists.
Taking inspiration from the HTC One M9's brushed metal two tone finishes (gold on gold and silver on gold) the HTC INK design has also been recreated in temporary metallic body art, which Jourdan models in the Matt Irwin images, playing into this year's hottest fashion and beauty trend.
Yet people with tattoos can always expect their body art to be the basis of evaluations by others - unlike other aspects of a person's appearance, a tattoo is a matter of choice, and often communicates a specific message.
Now Body Art, as he likes to be known for short, is claiming his human rights have been breached.
Body art also relates to social and historical realities.
Cotton previously revealed that her career had prevented her from going too far with her body art.
The boys whipped off their tops in the sunshine last week and exposed a variety of body art.
The former tattooist has successfully swapped body art for pastry art after dishing up two giant-sized pies.
Summary: The third annual Venezuela Tattoo Expo is in full swing this weekend showcasing some of the most extreme body art.
It also provides detailed definitions of different types of body art, forms used by professionals and regulators in the industry, and personal stories.
But smoke from the fire has already made its way ahead as Aiysha's sizzling photographs, shot to promote her music videos, are making their presence felt with her body art doing most of the talking.
WEBSTER - Even though the town has reduced the age to 14 at which people can get body art, Downtown Tattoos owner Jason Baillargeon said he doesn't "want to be tattooing little kids.