Bikini bottoms can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a pretty embarrassing experience.
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Fawn Hall, 23, had a bikini top tattooed on her left arm while she was a teenager, but now she has a tattoo on her right arm.
“My friends and I had been trying to have a tattoo of our name on the side of our breasts for years,” Hall said in a statement.
“It was hard because the tattooing was painful, and we didn’t know if it would show up on the body and affect our self esteem or make us feel ashamed.”
Her friends tried everything from trying to tattoo it on her arms, legs, neck, breasts, back and chest, but none of it worked.
“It was really hard to figure out what to do with the tattoo because it was hard to tell,” she said.
“I had so many ideas and I just kept getting scared of what it would look like.”
So she tried it on herself.
She took a photo of her tattoo on the left arm and sent it to her boyfriend, who had done the same thing.
“He took it out of the ink and it was perfect,” she says.
“He gave it to me and said, ‘I don’t think this will look good in front of my friends.'”
Fawn was ecstatic.
She thought she had it done and thought that was all there was to it.
But then she started thinking about the tattoos on her arm.
What happens when you have a bikini?
It’s not just the skin covering your body that is covered with a bikini’s fabric.
The fabric also includes the skin around the nipple, and that’s where a bikini bottoms body starts to feel vulnerable.
In fact, when a tattoo is applied, it covers the nipples, and the skin is very vulnerable to damage, Hall said.
Fawn had a lot to think about when she decided to have the tattoo on both sides of her body.
She decided to wear a bikini to the beach and the day before she was to go swimming.
She didn’t want to go topless because that would have made her vulnerable, so she chose to wear her bikini top to go out in the ocean.
Her friend tried to get her to do the same, but she said she would have to go into a trance if she went into the water.
She tried going into a dream, and it didn’t work.
So, she decided she had to try something else.
“I was like, ‘Oh, I don’t know, why not have a different tattoo on my body?’
So I went to a different doctor,” she recalled.
She did a lot more research and was told by a dermatologist that her tattoo would be the same color as her skin.
Flynn Hall, 21, had her bikini bottom tattooed in 2012, but the experience has changed her life.
“The tattoo has changed my life,” she told Bleacher View.
“Since then, I have been able to be who I am without having a tattoo, and I am not ashamed of my body anymore.”
The good news is that there are some ways you can make your bikini bottes feel less vulnerable.
Fellow student and tattoo artist Jordan Risley also decided to make the tattoo work for her.
“That’s why it works,” she explained to Bleacher Sports.
“When you have an ink on your body, you have to think of what you want your body to look like, and you have the ability to be different with the ink.
It’s just a matter of how much you want it.”
You might not want to be able to wear your bikini top all the time, but you can definitely still get creative with the tattoos.
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