If you’re looking to dress up for the upcoming spring and summer, you’ll want to think about your tattoo.
“I think there’s a misconception that tattoos are only for girls,” says Rebecca Fries, a tattoo artist and co-owner of the Bistro Tattoo in Edina, Minnesota.
“Tattoos are everywhere.
We’re talking about women who are more than just girls.”
And there’s some research to back that up.
In fact, there is some evidence that women have more than one tattoo and that some have multiple ones.
But Fries believes that the real trend is women using their bodies to show off their individuality and individuality.
“It’s about taking your body and showing off your body,” she says.
“You can do it in a lot of different ways, but that’s what I find most beautiful about it.
It’s about individuality.”
For Fries and her clientele, tattoos have been a way to express their individuality, as well as to express themselves.
“A lot of women are like, ‘Oh my god, I’ve got this big tattoo, what am I doing with my body?'”
She has a few suggestions: A wide, wide, high-pitched, masculine tattoo, with a little bit of sparkle in the background.
A thin, feminine tattoo, and a small, feminine one.
Some of her most popular clients are women with tattoos that go up to their neckline.
“They’ll do something really bold, they’ll do it with the most feminine kind of tattoo, or they’ll go with something really masculine,” Fries explains.
“And then they’ll say, ‘Wow, this is so feminine.
It says, I’m a girl.'”
The tattooed woman’s body is also their canvas.
And if they can’t get it right, Fries can always come back and add more layers, like a bikini, and make it more provocative.
“In the case of a female, it’s really about the body as a whole, not just the tattoo,” Fris says.
You can use any kind of makeup and make-up you want.
“We want the tattoo to be very bold,” she explains.
Fries uses tattoos as a way of showcasing the body’s uniqueness.
“As a girl, you look like a girl because you’ve got a body that’s not typical,” she said.
“But a woman with a female body has a body.”
For more on the women’s rights movement in the United States, watch this video: Women’s rights in the US, 2016, PBS The Newshour video on women’s empowerment: The tattooing community has a long history of using their own bodies to express individuality.
The first women’s suffrage group in the country, the Woman’s Union, was founded in 1876, and many women in the women of the era were tattooed.
In the early 20th century, tattoos became a way for women to express and express themselves in public.
Fris is proud of the way that tattooing has become an essential part of the women who live here.
“There are so many women who have been inspired by the women and girls who have had their own tattoos,” she explained.
“This is a way that we can show our individuality and express ourselves.
And that’s the beauty of tattoos.”
In a world that is increasingly dominated by men, Fris believes it’s time to give women the same opportunities.
“The more tattoos we have, the more people will respect and be able to admire and appreciate the individuality of women,” she concluded.
“That’s something that we need to be more conscious of and we need more women to do this.”