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“Negative Judgments Placed on Woman with 14 Facial Tattoos, Labeling Her as a ‘Bad Mom’ and ‘Criminal'”

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The mother of four with 14 face tattoos has revealed that people assume she’s a “bad mom” because of her inks, with some people even calling her a “criminal.”

Claire Elsie Rose, 33, who works as a tattoo artist, said she is often asked about her aesthetic choices but doesn’t regret her body modifications.

The business owner, lives with her four children, ages six months to 13, and her partner, Johnny, 30, who is a driver.

She insists there is a “huge misconception” about face tattoos, that people think anyone with it is “wild and irresponsible” or a “criminal”.

“I also have questions like, ‘Why are you doing that? And comments like “You used to be so pretty!” implying that I somehow ruined my looks,” she said. the sun.

A mother of four with 14 face tattoos has revealed that people assume she’s a ‘bad mom’ and because of her inking some people have even called her a ‘criminal’

Claire Elsie Rose, 33, who works as a tattoo artist, said she is often asked about her aesthetic choices but doesn't regret her body modifications.  Pictured on the beach with her children.  The business owner, lives with her four children, ages six months to 13, and her partner, Johnny, 30, who has been a driver for three years.

Claire Elsie Rose, 33, who works as a tattoo artist, said she is often asked about her aesthetic choices but doesn’t regret her body modifications. Pictured on the beach with her children. The business owner, lives with her four children, ages six months to 13, and her partner, Johnny, 30, who has been a driver for three years.

I used to argue but now I ignore it. I don’t have to stand up for myself and it’s not worth my energy.

Claire, from Lincolnshire in the UK, said she used to find the comments frustrating but now pays no attention to them because she “knows she’s a good mum”.

“I have a successful business and I’m in a secure relationship – there’s nothing weird about my life and I love nothing more than a night out in my pajamas!” she added.

The mother-of-four added that she got her first tattoo when she was 15, paying just £10 ($19) to get a little fairy on her wrist.

Claire insists he is there

Claire insists there is a “big misconception” about face tattoos, that people think anyone with them is “wild and irresponsible” or a “criminal”

Claire, from Lincolnshire in the UK, said she used to find comments frustrating but now she pays no attention to them because

Claire, from Lincolnshire in the UK, said she used to find the comments frustrating but now pays no attention to them because she “knows she’s a good mum”. She was photographed before getting any tattoos

This is one of her only regrets.

“I was so young, I don’t recommend getting one at this age – I loved it then, but it’s covered now!” She said.

Claire’s face tattoo

  • Rose in the right ear
  • 222 on her right cheekbone
  • PMA — which stands for positive mental attitude — is on her cheekbones
  • “fierce” on her jaw
  • “Bil Ami” – above the left eyebrow
  • “Mama” on her left jaw

  • “Queen” above the eyebrow
  • Butterfly from her hairline
  • Heart on the cheekbones
  • Love under her left eye
  • floral mandala left ear,
  • “Hope” under her eyes
  • A diamond in her hairline

Claire now has 60 percent of her body covered in tattoos, spending £8,000 ($15,107) in total, despite many tattoos being done for free.

After she was a teen, she gradually built it up including a chest tattoo of ‘lots of stars’ and a mermaid tattoo on her neck when she was 18.

While working in the offices after school, she had to be covered up – in turtlenecks and scarves even in the summer heat.

But at the age of 25, Claire was taken to the hospital with breathing problems, where they discovered a tumor in her lung.

“It turned out to be benign but I hadn’t known it for some time, and it was terrifying,” she said.

“It made me realize we don’t know how long we’ve been here, and then I decided to get a face tattoo,” she said.

She explained that despite being “heavily tattooed,” she was afraid of getting ink on her face, as she thought she would be judged.

However, after eight years she doesn’t care, and now with 14 tattoos on her face.

“It was so empowering — I was finally able to be myself and it was so liberating,” she added.

Her first face tattoo was “Queen” written across her eyebrows.

Although she feels more free, she says that

Although she feels more free-spirited, she says the “judgment is really lifted” with a full face by saying she gets “ten times more looks.” Pictured during pregnancy

Although she feels more free-spirited, she says the “judgment is really lifted” with a full face by saying she gets “ten times more looks.”

Even when I go to the store with my kids, the security guard follows me, or people cross the road because they don’t want to pass by me.

“I used to find it very sexy, and it was frustrating to be judged for my face tattoos, especially considering why I did it.”

“The last thing I want is for my parenting to be judged. She added that getting tattoos does not affect who I am as a mother at all.

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