I tattooed my own FACE with a cute diamond – I already want another one but everyone’s saying the same thing
GETTING a tattoo is a high stakes commitment.
Especially if the tattoo is going to be on a part of your body that people see everyday.
This tattoo artist put her faith in her own skills recently when she decided to tattoo her own face.
Jumping in at the deep end, Jay Diamond, already had plenty of other tattoos, but none of her face.
But she decided to ink a pink diamond on the the side of her face, and everyone is obsessed with the tiny tattoo.
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The artist carefully added the dainty stencil to her face, making sure to take all the usual precautions.
Opting for a bright pink colour, she then prepared her tattoo gun and jumped right in.
Trying to multi-task tattooing her own face and film the endeavour ended up being a bit of a challenge, but nothing she couldn't handle.
Since the tattoo was so small, and there were no intricate details or shading, it didn't take long to complete.
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The finished ink looked cool and understated, and fitted her name perfectly.
She captioned the video: "I already want another one."
Everyone else loved the small design too: "Pink ink is so pretty," one said.
Another commented: "I don't even trust myself with drawing eyeliner straight!"
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Jay said that tattooing herself didn't come without it's challenges though.
"I had to adjust to tatting in the mirror, it's not for the weak."
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