The weather has been sucking lately, which means that it must be another November in Greater Vancouver BC. At least the Holiday season is around the corner, right? But before we get into our annual lists of seasonal tattoo ideas it’s time to weigh in with our monthly “Tattoos in the News” update. Is there anything happening around the continent and world that may impact decisions for your own upcoming works of body art? Let’s find out!
Interesting Tattoo Related Stories from Around the World as of November 2023
Fake Forehead Tattoo?
We have to shake our heads over the fact that this story made headline news this week (two puns in one sentence) but it’s true – a TikTok and Instagram famous (whatever that means) influencer is being discussed after she allegedly tattooed her boyfriend’s name on her forehead. The Toronto Sun (cutting edge media resource, clearly) reports that she is being called out for faking the procedure. Is the tattoo really drawn in, in Sharpie ink? You be the judge:
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Whatever the outcome of this highly contentious event is, there is a lesson to be learned. If you get your partner’s name tattooed on your face and the relationship takes a bad turn, you can have the tattoo removed even if you didn’t apply it with a felt pen. Simply book a consultation for laser tattoo removal at Adrenaline Studios.
Kim Kardashian Reveals Lip Tattoo
We move from one insightful piece of journalism to the next, with this People Magazine report that Kim Kardashian has added to her “body of work”. No, she didn’t receive another butt enhancement (well, maybe she did). Instead, she unveiled on a November 9th episode of The Kardashians that she has an inner-lip infinity sign tattoo that she received back in 2021 when she hosted Saturday Night Life (SNL). Inspired to get your own? Schedule a consultation for a lip tattoo at an Adrenaline Studios near you.
Tattoos No Longer Illegal in Langley BC (wait, what?)
You read that right, up until just over a month ago, tattoo shops were illegal in the Township of Langley BC. No one even knows why this law was enacted way back when, but after it was brought to council this autumn the silly bylaw was reversed (as reported by CBC News). That being said, there are still no tattoo shops in their neck of the woods quite yet, which is why you (Langley resident?) should book your next tattoo at Adrenaline Studios in Vancouver at your earliest convenience.
Stay tuned to the Adrenaline Studios blog as we continue to deliver interesting news from the world of tattoos. And if you’re in the Vancouver BC or Toronto ON area and want to get a new tattoo, schedule a consultation today.