15 December 2009

Teen tattoos

Parents were asked what age children should be before they get a tattoo – see what they had to say.


Tattoos and piercings have become a part of mainstream fashion and generally quite acceptable. But just because you have a perky butterfly fluttering on your shoulder, it doesn't automatically follow that you're going to be okay with your thirteen-year-old getting celtic ankle tattoos. 

Read the results of a brief survey conducted amongst readers reagarding both piercings and tattoos, and see if it mirrors your view.

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Tattoo trends

Piercing - in fashion or infection?

(Health24, December 2009)




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