Once again about the free cheese: the "promotional" tattoo on the face broke the girl's life
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Tattoos have become a real trend, especially among young people. But at the same time, according to statistics, three out of four owners of such jewelry regret their choice. Among them is 23-year-old Tania Davis from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, UK. She carefully tries to hide the tattoo on her face with makeup, but it doesn't matter to her.
There are a lot of tattoos on Tanya's body, but one of them, on her forehead, prevents her from living. It is too big to be hidden under the hair and too bright to be disguised with foundation creams.
Tanya didn't even know what kind of tattoo they were doing to her. Only when the first letters CUR appeared, she asked what it was. It turned out that the inscription cursed, that is, "cursed", was made on her forehead. There was no turning back and Tanya allowed me to finish the work. She was very worried about what her mother would say to this, because it's one thing just to have a tattoo and quite another to have the mark of the damned right on her forehead.
She was not worried in vain and her mother's distress was not the worst in this case. The tattoo has completely changed her life, and not for the better.
Tattoos placed on the chest, back and even arms can be hidden under clothing if necessary. With images on the face, everything is not so simple. Tanya Davis is faced with a misunderstanding among people and cannot find a job.
Davis actively goes to interviews and sends out resumes, but gets rejected everywhere. Some employers say "no" even before the meeting, having barely learned about the girl's problem.
But another tattooed British woman, Amy Smith, has another problem. After masking the tattoo on her face, her own children did not recognize her.