The blogger saved a tattoo and got a head of cabbage instead of an iris flower

US blogger Jessica Gansedo got a tattoo in memory of her great-grandmother, but the master filled it with a head of cabbage instead of a winged iris flower. The post writes about it Scottish Sun.

Jessica Gancedo talked about her bad tattoo experience on her TikTok blog. When the girl was 18 years old, she decided to get a tattoo in memory of her great-grandmother in the form of an iris flower with winged petals. The blogger admitted that the decision was spontaneous – she was looking for a budget tattoo artist who would draw in the near future. Jessica paid £285 (about 23 thousand rubles) for the work, but the result was very different from the idea. According to the blogger, the tattoo was of poor quality, and the drawing itself did not look exemplary. After the procedure, Jessica showed her father the tattoo and asked him: “Did you do this in memory of a head of cabbage?”.

The blogger shared his story on TikTok, the video went viral and got over 40,000 views. Subscribers began to discuss Jessica’s tattoo in the comments. Some assured the girl with their statements that everything was not so bad, others shared their bad experience, others advised to fill in another drawing instead of “cabbage”.

Formerly socialbites.ca saidThat the British complained of redness after using nasal spray for self-tanning.



Source: Gazeta

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