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  1. With infinite timelines available, then there must be infinite possibilities, which presents that nothing is impossible, just improbable in this reality. In some reality therefore, an Oompa Loompa is looking at his tattoo and...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 11/02/2019

  2. I usually dip a cotton swab in hydrogen peroxide and swirl it around in my belly button. To keep it from stalling weird you should probably do this at least once a month.

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 25/09/2016

  3. my advice, if you like the idea and want it than get it

    4 Answers · Beauty & Style · 18/09/2016

  4. Well, they're called job stoppers for a reason. Some artists just don't feel comfortable doing that to someone, unless they've already dedicated most of their body to tattoos. There's also the possibility that they don't...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 03/07/2016

  5. You chose correctly, a Mandela would look awesome there.

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/01/2016

  6. ...it soak for 5-10 minutes twice a day. You can shake the glass, or swirl it, to try and get the crusties off, but if they won't, just use...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 26/08/2015

  7. I am 17 and have been shaving since the age of 9. I have always used and will always recommend Venus razors. (5 BLADES) They give the closest shave. I prefer using shaving creams. They...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 20/06/2015

  8. ... "tribal" - that is, those random swishes and swirls .....those aren't from any actual tribal culture at all. Feel free to get ...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 21/04/2015

  9. for colours i would go with blues, purples, aquas and greens cold colours basically (and maybe a little red). it will look good with the fish theme. I'm not sure how long it will take depending on where and how big your tattoo is. i wouldn't go...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 27/06/2014

  10. First of all, this tattoo design is VERY detailed so it will have to be very large or you will lose much of the detail over time. Tattoos inevitably fade and bleed (like ink on fabric). and because you have so many lines so close together they'll bleed together and you'll lose much of the detail...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 19/05/2014

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